Lily Cornell Silver hadn’t been in lockdown long when she realized her mental health was starting to deteriorate. It came upon her as a spike in her anxiety and depression brought on by the same thing everyone was experiencing: isolation and the novel coronavirus threat. It didn’t take long for Cornell Silver to realize she wasn’t alone. It is a shared traumatic event through which nearly everyone is struggling.
After the first wave of COVID-19 died down, the CDC released data on how American...
Roughly one in four women will have one. You probably know one of them, whether she’s told you about it or not. As of 2017, they’re at a record low rate in America, thanks in part to the Affordable Care Act’s requirement that birth control is covered by private insurance as out-of-pocket costs. That’s right: we’re talking about abortion.
2020 finds the Recording Academy’s board facing their biggest woman problem yet: their newest CEO and president, Deborah Dugan.
Joan Jett Has Spent Her Career Fighting For Equality In Music. But She Doesn't Know When We'll Get It.
With the release of the documentary Bad Reputation, Joan Jett has taken a moment to look back on her life.
Kacey Musgraves has released the best album of her career, but you're unlikely to hear any singles from it on country radio.
Coachella has emerged as the defining music event of festival season. Despite its pedigree, it has fallen short in one area: the lack of women on its lineup for most of its history.
Yola is putting her own spin on country — plus folk and Americana — despite the long and historic struggles in those genres for Black women.
There are multiple ways to earn money from a song or album in the music industry and royalties derived from master recordings are a big one.
Miranda Lambert talks about writing her 2019 album, Wildcard; meeting her husband; and being the star of tabloid magazines.
At least nine women have been shot to death since Friday in America, many of them by intimate partners and family members.
Stevie Nicks Is Getting An Honor No Woman Ever Has From The Rock Hall — & It All Started With This Song
Stevie Nicks will be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. She becomes the first woman to have the honor twice (following 22 men who have been double-inducted).