Many men were concerned about climaxing too quickly or lacking interest in sex.
Research suggests that men who are exposed to cultural images of traditional masculinity have a greater vulnerability to sexual dysfunction than those who aren't.
And it needs to wholeheartedly attack the foundations of western philosophy.
Some men don’t realise their abusive behaviour constitutes domestic violence. This needs to change.
What's often missing from domestic violence responses are investments and strategies to stop men perpetrating violence in the first place.
Skilled craft jobs like plumbing and carpentry pay better than most blue-collar jobs.
President Trump says that the white working class is being pushed out of the job market. But that doesn't seem to be true for the best-paying blue-collar jobs.
While in other countries, women are bringing down the powerful men who assaulted and harassed them, in Indonesia assault victims are still struggling to find justice.
A combination of a deep-rooted patriarchal culture, conservative religious values and gender-insensitive law enforcement practices still deters Indonesian women from reporting rape.
Pink pussy hats are out at International Women’s Day events, but they are facing opposition.
Progress on gender equity is harder to achieve, in part because of a belief on the part of some men that women have come too far too soon.
Women tend to get thrown into teaching rather than research, and tend to have their research overlooked.
Fewer girls study economics today than 25 years ago, perhaps because they have become aware of the barriers to progress.
Most of us make daily decisions about who we choose to work and collaborate with. So what if we used that to improve professional diversity?
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A confession: I can count on a single hand the number of women I have invited to collaborate with me on publications and grants.
What if investors could identify risks from companies’ approaches to gender early?
Gender lens analysis identifies risks and opportunities early. It is catching on.
Women have contributed to some of the biggest discoveries in the life sciences, but remain under-acknowledged.
Women have made life-changing research discoveries in the life sciences. Their achievements need to be recognized in order to increase future discoveries by women scientists.
While a lot of our focus is placed on getting women back to work, new research shows perhaps the answer to boosting our workforce is a little closer to home.
2018 #HearOurVote women’s March in San Francisco.
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English is a language made by men, for men and it reinforces inequality.
Mature women students face additional barriers when enrolling in STEM programs.
With changing student demographics, STEM programs need to provide different supports to accommodate the needs of women returning to education after a break.
Shamima Begum being interviewed by the BBC at a refugee camp in Syria.
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Women used to be largely ignored by counter-radicalisation strategies. Why that changed.
Students are invited to give feedback on teachers performance at Australian universities.
A study or more than 500,000 surveys shows university students demonstrate bias against women teachers, and particularly women from non-English speaking backgrounds.
Perfectionism often develops in childhood, is impacted by parenting and can lead to mental health struggles in later life.
New research shows that perfectionism has increased dramatically over the last 25 years, and that perfectionists become more neurotic and less conscientious as time passes.
Selfies document women's struggles and accomplishments, as they step out from their traditional roles in the home, into the male-dominated public realm of the city.
Women earn less than men in most occupations, including soccer.
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A decade ago, President Obama signed the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, the latest legislative effort to close the persistent gap between how much women and men earn. Here's why it hasn’t made much of a difference.
There are many genes involved in shaping not just our biological sex, but also our gender identity.
It's not about trauma or how you were raised: evidence now points to a biological basis for transgender, and to the action of particular genes in that determination.
Blood Speaks: A Ritual Of Exile © Poulomi Basu
Chhaupadi, the practice of exiling menstruating women and girls from their home, often to a cow shed, is still practised in some areas of Western Nepal.