Trans motherhood showcases the unique joys of being transgender, be it through developing a deeper connection with one’s own child or caring for others in one’s community.
After decades of effort to reduce discrimination in the workplace, a cultural change may be happening that will enable people to move past their unconscious biases.
Labels that reflect our gender, racial or age-specific biases can often undermine others.
Few Canadians know about the doctrine of coverture and how it stripped Indigenous women of their agency.
Few educators realise one decision in 1975 about notating standards cemented a practice excluding women.
Region-level data from France indicate that some masters-level specialities dominated by women have low levels of remuneration once in employment.
Newmarket’s draconian use of bylaws and licensing to target and displace Asian massage workers risks taking us back to a racist past in Canadian history, where Asians were seen as moral threats.
People in our experiments liked art by women – but believed women’s paintings are less attractive for investment.
The thorny issue of testosterone testing has made news, not just the growing skills on the field.
Rating services on ride and task apps disadvantage gig workers, whose future work assignments are affected by their ratings. Women workers are made vulnerable, and have to contend with harassment.
By surveying over 100 people in academic medicine, a researcher found that women are consistently excluded from important networking activities like watching sports, drinking at bars and playing golf.
One policy expert says we need a royal commission into ‘what the hell is going on’ with the gender pay gap.
When researchers examined the outcomes for cases to discharge student loan debt, they found that judges are often biased against people based on their gender and other factors.
Some countries report higher rates of COVID-19 cases and deaths among men. This might be due to underreporting among women with limited health access.
The inaugural chair of the ACCC says Gina Cass-Gottlieb’s experience opposing the ACCC in court will prove invaluable, and that it’s time to appoint a lawyer as chair.
As Western and Indonesian academics continue to engage in co-operation, we should find common ways of counteracting discrimination, including discriminatory practices against the LGBT community.
Jon Gruden’s resignation signals a much needed shift that hopefully forces franchises to be introspective when shaping their team’s social climate.
How companies love to tell us all the great things they’re doing to help women.
Existing gender and ethnic pay gaps in the public service complicate using wage restraint to improve the lot of the lowest paid.
South Africa frequently invokes its celebrated constitution that is based on human rights, but has often failed to live up to its ideals.