Rape myths and unconscious biases often see juries and police officers disbelieve women who come forward with accusations of sexual assault.
As a passionate and partisan defender of Allende’s socialism, Guzmán’s films celebrate popular protest and struggles for democracy and equality in Chile.
Naomi Klein uses her frequent confusion with ‘doppelganger’ Naomi Wolf to spark an exploration of doubles, mirror-worlds, and the gulf between left and right.
Faculty and university staff are embedding training to prevent gender-based and sexual violence into curricular goals of both arts and STEM classes.
The nonconsensual kiss of team captain Jenni Hermoso has sparked a massive and instant rejection of machismo.
Luis Rubiales’ speech against the accusations of having abused of Jenni Hermoso distils constant examples of machismo disguised as feminism that experts in the field are able to detect.
Girl math shoppers are showing mastery of portfolio management.
‘Ex-Wife’ originally outsold ‘The Great Gatsby,’ but critics sniffed at the novel, deeming it a melodramatic period piece − even though it tackled timeless issues like gender, money and power.
Rural women in Nigeria circumvent patriarchy to make decisions on their healthcare.
The Barbie movie has caused a media storm, even before the photo of the pink-clad Canadian PM and his son circulated on social media. Much of the conversation has zoned in on men and masculinity.
Foot stomping songs and charismatic performances make the stage adaptation of the 1970s TV series a hit.
Being a mom can be heartbreaking, empowering, scary, fulfilling and everything in between.
Alva Gotby’s book encourages women to refuse the labour of care – and even suggests abolishing the nuclear family.
In bringing Barbie to life, Gerwig, Robbie and their team have created a smart, enjoyable, feminist film.
Are you for or against Barbie? Writer-director Greta Gerwig piles irony upon irony to finally render the question completely redundant.
Barbie has had over 200 official careers. Often decked out in her signature pink, the doll has showed generations that they do not have to sacrifice their love of femininity in order to succeed.
Comic book depictions of superheroines as politicians illustrate how sexism weakens democracy and why comics history is relevant to contemporary politics.
Clever marketing of the “Barbie” movie and related merchandise have secured this iconic brand even greater recognition and financial success.
Barbie has long functioned as a proxy onto which cultural aspirations and anxieties about womanhood are projected.
Nel Law’s voyage to Antarctica and back, through the choppy waters of a longstanding marriage, is the story of a woman’s right to be, to change, to grow and to love.