Roxanne Shante was among the first solo female rappers when she made “Roxanne’s Revenge” in 1984. Her stymied career is now the subject of a biopic.
Category Archives: Women and Girls
Pénélope Bagieu, the French graphic novelist, has created a visual tribute to 29 women who broke the mold.
Joy Press’s new book, “Stealing the Show,” traces the ways in which women have transformed the TV landscape.
The entertainer’s lawyers had said they needed the extra time to prepare after the judge’s decision to allow in testimony from additional women who say Mr. Cosby assaulted them.
In “Dear Madam President,” the Clinton campaign’s former communications director, Jennifer Palmieri, tells young women how to succeed in politics.
Emily Chang examines a tech culture that has become a boys’ club, hostile and averse to women.
Two new books, Patricia Fara’s “A Lab of One’s Own” and Claire L. Evans’s “Broad Band,” put women back into the history of science.
Why did it take nearly four decades for the world to realize that she was right?
Memoirs by Portia de Rossi and Cree LeFavour; plus, a book of reimagined fairy tales by Mallory Ortberg.
Five women told The Times that Mr. Meier sexually harassed them. In response, he announced a six-month leave as founder and managing partner of his firm.