The jokes, memes and skits came thick and fast – but behind the humor were serious points.
As fashion norms change, what people wear in public becomes ground zero for hashing out new ideas of race, class and gender.
While blatant discrimination is easy to condemn because of how obvious it is, there are subtler, more insidious forms that also need to be rooted out.
Research has long suggested that women shift left on a generational basis, but we think something else is happening here.
The ‘parental rights’ movement isn’t actually about education or protecting children — it is a conduit for right-wing extremism that will only harm 2SLGBTQIA+ youth.
Writing about same-sex relationships and gender beyond a strict male-female binary was more common in ancient Greece and Rome than students assume, a scholar writes.
Research shows gender-based violence increases in the aftermath of disasters. Governments must incorporate ways of addressing it into their disaster response plans.
Gender plays a major role in how mourning is done by the Akan ethnic group of Ghana
Women’s wellbeing paradox: unhappier than men but more social, with higher levels of emotional resilience.
‘Don’t Say Gay’ bills claim to use science to justify a binary definition of sex based on certain traits. But the biology of sex and gender is not so simple.
A lecturer in English literature gets her students to examine children’s books through the lens of race, class and sexuality.
The emotional realities experienced by women coaches are adversely impacting their ability to thrive in a culture that doesn’t recognize or support key parts of their work.
By examining the FIFA Women’s World Cup performances, we can gain insights into the efforts countries are making to address gender inequality beyond sports.
The IOC needs to look beyond gender parity and work with international federations to address athletes’ conditions of participation in sports to achieve true gender equality.
Our new research has tracked the gender of artists working at Australian opera companies and found evidence of pervasive gender inequality.
Dealing with climate change requires us to address not just our carbon emissions but also the disconnection with ourselves and our planet which fuels ecological destruction.
Our recently published research finds inequitable power dynamics behind the camera on Australian film sets are pernicious and persistent.
A vocal minority is calling for sexuality education to be pulled from schools. But my research shows many parents and young people want and need safe places to discuss relationships and sex.
The Taliban’s two years ruling Afghanistan have taught us ordinary human rights initiatives are insufficient to address gender apartheid. We need resolute collective international action.
Examining the understandings of what ‘toxic femininity’ means to people can reveal insights about gender, power and the impact of language on health.