Previous recessions have mainly hit men. The jobs figures suggest we should treat this one differently.
A scholar explains why the players are having so much trouble with their equal pay claim.
A study into the new Tasmanian laws finds they are warranted and necessary.
The mental health of young women is far more sensitive to unemployment than the mental health of young men.
In a national survey, transgender individuals had worse employment outcomes, lower incomes and higher rates of poverty than cisgender people.
Generic names can take on a linguistic life of their own, becoming powerful forms of social commentary.
After firms add more women to their board, dangerous medical products are recalled more quickly.
Working at home has been far from costless, but many of the costs aren't counted in the GDP.
The mental health implications of child marriage on young girls are significant
Little Richard honed his craft as a teenage drag queen. In everything from his hairstyle to his lyrics, we see the influence of gay contemporaries like Esquerita and Billy Wright.
A scholar and mother of a young child who is now working at home explores what's called the 'work-family conflict' – and finds that's the wrong label for the impossible choices faced by parents.
Women are underrepresented in technology fields, but especially so in cybersecurity. It's not just a matter of fairness. Women are better than men at key aspects of keeping the internet safe.
For many women, childcare has been unaffordable. Suddenly it's free. It's as if we have finally realised it is an essential service.
Phones sometimes serve as a 'digital leash' to check women's whereabouts - a growing feature of many relationships and conflicts.
Is it genes, chromosomes, hormones, the immune sytem – or behaviour – that makes men more susceptible to the deadly disease?
Despite both parents now being at home, the likelihood is that much of the 'domestic' work will still land squarely on the shoulders of the women of the house.
While male and female prisoners at Auschwitz faced the same ultimate fate – torture, forced labor and near-certain death – women sometimes reacted differently to Nazi captivity.
In the past, maintaining physical distance was an important aspect of public life – and clothes played a big role.
Indonesian textbooks represent gender equality better than their South Asian counterparts, but our analysis shows portrayals of women are still biased.
Rapid motorisation has made the Indonesian city of Solo prioritise policies to support motorised vehicles, paying little attention to cycling and marginalising poor women.