The focus should be on supporting women to negotiate fairer pay.
Conflict and poverty further deepen the impacts of climate change, resulting widening income inequality between women and men.
As the Canadian Fertility and Andrology Society urges the government to consider "compensation" for surrogacy, we need to talk about the implications of this rhetoric for women.
Comprehensive, independent Australian data regarding domestic violence within churches is long overdue.
Most women feel unsafe when using public transport. Instead of gender segregation, researchers suggest gender-sensitive design could be a better way to ensure safety for all.
The versatile, controversial piece of clothing has come to symbolise both the oppression of women and their empowerment.
By speaking their truths in societies that would rather not know, queer painters, female rappers and other outsider artists are pushing the bounds of gender and sexuality in the developing world.
The gender-equity rule in Kenya's constitution offers an opportunity to remedy past wrongs. But the country's parliament is dragging its feet in implementing it.
Tales of levitation tend to belie stark inequalities and various forms of violence (often upon women).
The 'privilege of unknowing' allows onlookers to learn not to see, or otherwise sense, queer difference.
The Canadian Armed Forces has called for women to make up 25 per cent of its ranks by 2026. Attracting and retaining female recruits will require better gender awareness in the military at all levels.
According to a recent study, horror is the only film genre where women appear and speak as often as men.
Female leaders still face a hostile political environment in Canada, even though the provinces offer increasingly fertile ground for women in political leadership roles.
Why haven't feminists noted that the film is too Western and too white?
Marriage has long been tied to better health. The first study of the relationship between marriage, health and quality of life for LGBT Americans affirms the benefits of marriage – with some caveats.
India's advertisements not only challenge but also reverse the dominant roles that Indian men assume with the women in their lives.
Wives sometimes chide their husbands for being cold or distant toward their sons. But men express their love in subtle ways that deserve to be honored rather than belittled.
Is the bromance, as depicted in films such as 21 Jump Street and Pineapple Express, also making its mark on daily life?
India's Supreme Court could soon rule to abolish "triple talaq", a practice that allows Muslim men to divorce their wives instantaneously and discriminates against women.
Recent incidents reveal more than just men behaving badly. They show the consequences when corporate cultures are driven by hyper-masculine personalities at the top.