For years, Israelis reserved a special scorn for Balad's Haneen Zoabi. Now that she's gone, they have wasted no time in finding her replacement: Heba Yazbak
A book and an exhibition pay tribute to around 100 female photographers from the late 19th century to the end of the 1970s
Yishay Garbasz, a transgender woman who lives and works in Berlin, had not visited Israel for more than a decade while fighting to be listed as female on her Israeli passport
While decorated generals can't bring themselves to mumble anything more than 'blue and white' and 'unity,' TV presenter Rotem Sela, model Shlomit Malka and actress Gal Gadot are speaking out against inequality
'It’s Impossible to Reduce Me': The Most Up-and-coming Jewish Comedian Dares You to Put Her in a Box
She's performed in East Jerusalem, Berlin, Tel Aviv and Rwanda, has worked with the UN and peace organizations, grew up in a mixed Jewish-Arab community and speaks - and looks - like both. Noam Shuster-Eliassi isn't what you think she is
U.S. Filmmaker Lilly Rivlin, the Cousin of the Israeli President, Calls on Women to Take to the Streets
The N.Y.-based director talks about feminist pioneers, being a real activist and the "very serious quarrel" she has had with her famous cousin
Opinion The Israelis Who Protested Against a Home Sale to Arabs Aren't Alone. They Have Friends in the Left
As long as the false separation persists between the good, clean and just (and white) left on one hand, and the ugly and racist (and brown) right on the other, nothing will change
An academic and housewife see it as a likely possibility
At a time of increasing gender segregation demanded by parts of the religious community, will the initiative be a feminist achievement or create a gender ghetto?
When Lena Dunham writes about her hysterectomy, it seems the whole world has something to say about it
In her latest video, Mona Haydar hits back at the racists and misogynists who think they know what a woman should wear
Within the social boundaries that tell women what clothing is permitted, how free are we to really choose?
How can you not be annoyed when TV broadcasters make comments like 'go figure girls' and 'cute, how feminine she looks'?
Marilyn Wennig, 36, uniquely combines the two estranged worlds of an ultra-Orthodox lifestyle with secular Israeli film and literature.
It’s like asking whether research tools are feminist. The question, of course, is what you do with them.
Orna Donath, who has become the face of the non-parenthood movement, explains why this seemingly unfathomable choice can make perfect sense.
An increasing number of women are requesting that their sperm donor be an archetypal Israeli male. It has to be asked: How come?
That's a record number of women Knesset members, but numbers are not the only thing required to pass laws promoting gender equality?
Addressing prostitution requires more than the passage of a law. The need to do so became painfully clear in the wake of the suicide of a Tel Aviv prostitute earlier this month.
Even if the other Republican contenders are a bit less crazy than Trump, their positions on women’s issues are no less problematic.
As a child Liron Breier-Danziger was sexually assaulted by her friend's father. In a new exhibition, the 35-year-old photographer documents sites still haunted by acts perpetrated against herself and other women.
Female Ethiopian protest leaders, frowning on what they call the victimhood approach, are forging fresh coalitions in the fight against Israeli racism.
A prime minister’s wife under fire in his place, female MKs in the line of fire, sexist campaigns, few women in the parties, but also a new party of ultra-Orthodox women.
The megastar hurls sexism and racism back into people’s faces, one argument goes.
The controversial Ukrainian anti-sexism protest movement FEMEN opens a branch in Israel.
In her new book 'Bi: Notes for a Bisexual Revolution,’ Shiri Eisner explains why those who are so afraid of upsetting the gender hierarchy can benefit from it, and the connection between bisexual and Mizrahi identity.
Motherhood is the result of a powerful ability: the power to give life. Could that be one of the foundations of patriarchy? Did the oppression of women throughout history stem, among other things, from the fear this power arouses among men?
In the strict hierarchy that reigns in the human jungle, it would be hard to find a group more denounced and discriminated against than the transgender community.
What will you tell your grandchildren when they ask what you did to stop the state's ill-treatment of the poor and weak?
A feminist group on Facebook has helped more women take part in religious services and contributed to the creation of partnership synagogues.