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As an unofficial extension of Women's History Month, Collections Management Assistant Liz Zanis showcases several of the Supersisters trading cards currently in the collection of the Museum's Department of Drawings and Prints.
I thought that with cleavage came power. But as my breasts swelled to a 32G, I found the opposite to be true
A graph on the Bloomberg terminal shows the number of pets lost, injured, or killed each month on U.S. airlines. ..
"We ... hold that values of privacy, self-identity, autonomy and personal integrity are fundamental rights guaranteed to members of the...
I grew up Roman Catholic. Yet, two years ago, I left communion with Rome after Pope Benedict XVI called same-sex marriage the most significant threat to Western civilization in the world today. I turned to the Episcopal Church, part of the Anglican Communion, as my new spiritual home...
The autumn's stamp series begins September 8 with Tom of Finland, who is considered one of the most well-known Finnish artists around the world. His emphatically masculine homoerotic drawings have attained iconic status...
LOGO TV has apologised for airing an episode of RuPaul's Drag Race with a female or she-male segment and regular appearance of the she-mail introduction to each of the episodes challenges.
Another day, another art fair. There has been, in recent years, a massive influx of art fairs, to point where it seems like every major city (and some boutique-y destination cities) has their own. Fairs accounted
Jessica is a 16 year-old transgender girl. She has been in and out of the foster care and juvenile justice systems since early childhood, surviving unthinkable trauma ...
A fisherman got an extra special surprise in his daily catch last week.
Guns behave strangely in Pistorius’s hands. As he tells it, they have an eerie autonomy.
I think the simplest answer for why George W. Bush started painting is because he has nothing else to do. Bush is toxic and unemployable as a political figure.
“Is that part of Cirque de Soleil?”
Back in the 1930s and 40s, the NYPD was keeping a close eye on potentially subversive political groups. By photographing rallies, funerals, meetings, and even an unsettling Nazi summer retreat on Long Island, the movements of these individuals were followed
She plastered a poster with her own face floating above the words, “Stop Telling Women to Smile” on a vacant storefront here, across from a federal courthouse.
Like a lot of women, one of the formative experiences of my teenage years was my first experience of being catcalled.
Here's what's happening on the baby names front: Fantasy fiction is taking over.
Bill O’Reilly’s latest freak-out helps explain why the satirist is so important for the progressive movement
Jimmy Carter’s new book, “A Call to Action,” is an urgent and bold addition to a library of some two dozen books he’s written in his post-presidency, as one of our finest global citizens. It’s subtitled “Women, Religion, Violence and Power,”