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alcohol
alcohol

Women Don't Need a 'Jane Walker' Campaign to Want to Drink Scotch

Apparently women, much like vampires, must be invited to join your Scotch party.
Jelisa Castrodale
2.27.18
chips
chips

Pepsi Thinks 2018 Is a Great Time to Start Making "Snacks for Women"

At long last—chips that ladies can eat, too!
Mayukh Sen
2.5.18
Gender
Gender

This Afghan Cafe Was Forced to Ban Men. Now, It May Have to Close.

Political pressure forced the nearly three-year-old Bamiyan Women's Café to ban unaccompanied men. The staff is not optimistic about what that means for the cafe's future.
Maija Liuhto
2.1.18
butchers
butchers

Why Women Make Better Butchers Than Men

One of London’s top female butchers tells us why the male-dominated industry could do with more women.
Jessica Wragg
8.26.17
beer
beer

A Brewery Made a Pink-Bottled 'Beer for Her' and People Aren't Happy

Aurosa might be doomed for the scrap heap of terrible ideas, but imagine how pretty those bottles will look in the trash.
Jelisa Castrodale
7.15.17
women
women

Meet the Women Who Are Leading Puerto Rico's Bar and Restaurant Scene

The unofficial crew, who dubbed themselves the "damas cívicas," provides mutual support in an industry that can feel overwhelmingly male-dominated.
Alicia Kennedy
6.30.17
sexual harassment
sexual harassment

This Bar's A+ Sign Fights Sexual Harassment and Deters Creeps

"We had to toss out a guy who was harassing myself and another female bartender."
Nick Rose
5.26.17
beer
beer

Ignoring Beer's Sexism Problem Won't Make It Go Away

Award-winning homebrewer Mandy Naglich shares her take on what the craft beer world is doing right when it comes to tackling sexist attitudes—and where it still needs work.
Mandy Naglich
3.23.17
Snacks
Snacks

Study Claims Women Avoid Eating Junk Food in Front of Men

If you forced a woman to choose between a mediocre date and golden slices of fried, salty starch, what do you think she would really pick?
Gillie Houston
3.20.17
women
women

What Happened When London’s Best Female Chefs Hosted an International Women’s Day Dinner

Margot Henderson, Freddie Janssen, Olia Hercules, and more cooked in celebration of the women who inspire their food.
Johanna Derry
3.9.17
controversy
controversy

North Dakota Reps Argue Blue Laws Should Remain So Women Make Their Husbands Breakfast

One representative, Bernie Satrom, shrewdly saw the attack on the blue laws for what it was: a liberal attempt to smack the skillet out of his wife’s dish-soap-chapped hands.
Charley Lanyon
2.5.17
women
women

Making Soup with Sex Trafficking Survivors in Amsterdam’s Red Light District

Dignita is an Amsterdam restaurant that runs culinary training programs to rehabilitate those forced into the Dutch sex industry. “We have a great time here, we already start laughing when we walk in,” says trainee Inès.
Shanna F. Jones
1.26.17