Gender stereotyping might be funny, but it's no joke. A public health professor explains why she took action against everyday sexism when she heard it in a radio advert.
Boris Johnson and Plymouth parliamentary candidate, Rebecca Smith in front of a statue of Nancy Astor.
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It isn't just politicians: experts, business representatives, even academics quoted in the media are more likely to be male.
Paul Gascoigne arrives at court with his legal team and personal manager Katie Davies.
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Same old rape myths, same old victim blaming.
Best friends forever? Coleen Rooney (left) and Rebekah Vardy in happier times.
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We might lap up the spectacle of two high-profile women fighting publicly, but when do you ever hear about men having 'cat-fights'?
Beers with sexist names and labels were banned from the Great British Beer Festival this summer.
Codex Manesse, circa 1305-1315.
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In his text Fire of Love, Rolle has a few interesting things to say about medieval gender relations.
Sexual harassment and violence are widespread in universities, and in everyday life. For that to change, the culture has to first.
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Is there something in the way theatre is organised that makes abuse of power so depressingly commonplace?
England’s Lucy Bronze (right) and Spain’s Leila Ouahabi (left) battle for the ball during the UEFA Women’s Euro 2017.
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The reality of life as a female sports star.
BBC Question Time: one out of six ain’t bad… it’s pathetic.
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When it comes to 'experts' men still vastly outnumber women in the media.
Women make conscious decisions every day about staying safe, but they consistently underestimate how much effort it all takes and what that means for their freedom.
All spaces should be safe.
We must place the responsibility for preventing assault firmly on men's shoulders.
Laura Bates has received rape and death threats since launching the Everyday Sexism project.
From jokes to rape, there have been nearly 60,000 posts by women recounting their experiences of sexism and sexist violence since journalist and feminist Laura Bates launched her Everyday Sexism project…