Women who survive violence in Kenya are building peace in their communities.
Dirt blindness is used by some to excuse men for spending a third as much time as women cleaning. A new study shows it's a myth.
Approaching gender parity on the boards of big nonprofits might help narrow the pay gap among the sector's highest-paid leaders.
Major US environmental organizations have promised to diversify their staffs and boards for more than 20 years, but moved slowly. Will workplace scandals make a difference?
According to the General Social Survey, the percentage of men and women who identify as gay or lesbian has held firm. But the share of women who say they're bisexual has skyrocketed.
Research in mice shows that estrogen replacement therapy has the greatest chance of reducing cardiovascular disease risk if it is begun soon after menopause.
Why do female college coaches seem to be held to a different standard than their male counterparts?
Academic partnerships with diplomats, industry leaders and others, can provide a comprehensive approach to addressing the challenges faced by women in STEM.
Approximately 25% of women – representing all races and backgrounds – will undergo an abortion before the age of 45.
Women of color in public office often face great scrutiny and hostility. New research shows how France's first black female senators used their experience fighting Nazis to pass landmark legislation.
Often referred to as the first modern lesbian, Anne Lister had a lot of political ambition.
How do we get get aroused? And how can this happen without noticing it? Do the sounds we make during sex mean anything? Could rats help us figure these questions out?
The geographical proximity of grandmothers may have an effect on the number of children their daughters produce.
Women in Sudan have been resisting the controls placed on them for some time - by using their smart phones and social media to trade.
This is transcript of part four of the India Tomorrow series from The Anthill podcast, on women and gender politics in India.
🎧 Part 4 of India Tomorrow digs into what life is like for women in India.
Any policies and interventions around water management can only really be successful if women are included.
Google's algorithms reflect bias against members of racialized and gendered groups.
From video games developed where players can "play" at raping women, to advertisements that sexualise women's bodies, men’s entitlement to women is just a given.
Could mothers be responsible for the gender gap? Or are other factors at play?