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Today, Katherine Mansfield is considered one of the most influential modernist writers of the 20th century—but she considered a career as a professional cellist.
Venus Williams took the sports world by storm when she first arrived on the international stage as a teenage tennis phenom. She hasn't slowed down since.
Marie Curie, who was born in Warsaw, Poland, on November 7, 1867, is still the only person to receive Nobel Prizes in two different sciences.
From singers to scientists and athletes to activists, here are 130 amazing women who have changed the world for the better.
Amelia Bloomer’s impact on the women’s rights movement went much further than inspiring a fashion revolution.
Gibson was the first Black athlete to win a Grand Slam tennis event—and she also played pro golf.
For more than 100 years, March 8th has marked what has come to be known as International Women’s Day in countries around the world.
In this group of female explorers, you'll find names like Gertrude Bell, Osa Johnson, Valentina Tereshkova, and many more.
For the second year in a row, ‘TIME’ has singled out a dozen actors, sports figures, and activists making a difference in the world.
We take a closer look at the life and demise of the wronged queen who lent her name to a rebellion when she took on the might of—what was at the time—the world’s largest empire.
In 1973 Wisconsin, two Cub Scout leaders discovered a neat trick involving heated plastic. A classic toy was born.
Here are some of the best inventions by women throughout history, from the paper bag to windshield wipers, circular saws, and more.
The '80s video game 'Legend of Zelda' was definitely named after "America's first flapper." Learn more incredible facts about Zelda Fitzgerald here.
Find out how Women's History Month went from a simple daylong celebration born from a socialist idea to a monthlong institution in the United States.
To understand the power of journalism, look at the career of Ida B. Wells.
Writer and folklorist Zora Neale Hurston’s literary legacy is a class apart. Here are some facts you might not have known about the author of “Their Eyes Were Watching God.”
From the dangers of being a “sexual vampire” to the best ways to charm your in-laws, here’s what relationship advice looked like in the past.
Edmonia Lewis shaped her own identity in clay and marble, becoming one of the most renowned sculptors of the 19th century.
The first coin in the U.S. Mint's 2023 American Women Quarters Program features Bessie Coleman, the pilot who broke barriers a century ago.
Like so many other horror films, it has taken decades for 'The Slumber Party Massacre' to get its due. But it's now recognized as a touchstone of feminist horror and a shrewd satire.
An important figure in modern medicine, Lacks’s unique cells have been used in life-saving treatments. A new statue is another step in giving her the recognition she deserves.