From Happy Valley to social media, women police officers face rampant sexist abuse.
Women are severely underrepresented in tech. Strength in numbers – communities for women and women mentoring women – can counter tech’s sexist culture and help retain women in the field.
Interviews with women officers show the extent of misogynistic culture within police forces.
‘Tár’ shines a spotlight on the challenges of working in the ultraconservative world of classical music, including complex social issues such as misogyny, racism and homophobia.
A BBC Wales investigation reported claims of a ‘toxic culture’ of sexism and misogyny within Welsh rugby’s governing body.
Facebook and Instagram were recently told by their parent company, Meta, to overhaul their policy on nipple exposure. But the change may not be as radical as people hope. Here’s why.
Ageism is pervasive and these women are still exceptions in society.
Labels that reflect our gender, racial or age-specific biases can often undermine others.
The tools for reach and influence that the internet provides might be unprecedented. But people like Tate are simply pedalling the age-old sexist views that fuel gendered violence.
Female leaders tend to open people’s perceptions of what is possible for other women in politics – but the job is also still fraught with double standards and unique risks.
The news media provide a very particular case study of gender discrimination.
To address declining humanities enrolments, these programs should ensure they offer more than critical theory for identifying and analyzing problems.
Micro-accomodations are acts that seem small to those making them, but if repeated can have much larger positive consequences for those they target.
Horse racing can be at thrill for punters and jockeys alike. But sex discrimination could be skewing the odds.
Why age and gender are such prominent mechanisms of exclusion in parliaments and governments.
Women have to take on more unpaid labour – and manage their emotional response to this extra work.
Far more streets, buildings and public spaces in Canada are named after men than women, despite women making up a majority of the population.
Men were significantly less likely to express confidence in the Federal Reserve and optimism about the economy when monetary policy information came from a woman versus a man.
Social media commentary about the sale of menstrual products on trains is a glimpse into modern feminist debates in China.
Even when they offer similar listings, female hosts tend to charge less than their male counterparts.