While tradwives emerge across the political spectrum, a small subculture use their platforms to promote the dark ideas of the far-right – including in Australia.
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.
New research shows that frequent posters appear needy, which pushes up against the expectation that ‘real men’ be stoic and self-sufficient.
Standards of beauty have been embedded in different cultures, in varying forms, from time immemorial. What endures is that women are still regarded as inferior to men.
Contemporary beauty culture in China blends traditional Chinese culture with modern aesthetics and global influences.
The incident at St. Xavier’s University in Kolkata amounts to gendered harassment.
The booming activewear industry markets an idealised feminine form and lifestyle, but women have also been liberated by its functional and versatile clothing.
Online workouts can give women support and inspiration. Now they’ve discovered the benefits, women might be less inclined to return to the gym once restrictions are lifted.
How did a punchline about bad middle-aged fashion become a trendy must-have for women of all ages?
Today’s young women might be less interested in etiquette classes, but many still seek advice on presenting a polished image. It’s important to remember girlbossing is capitalism, not feminism.
Long before Netflix’s Cheer documentary and JoJo Siwa, big huge hair bows were a thing. And it wasn’t always girls who wore them.
South Africa has a low number of male teachers in the foundation phase. Why this must change.
What does it mean to be a good father to your son? Drop the traditionally masculine roles and embrace your emotions.
It’s not about trauma or how you were raised: evidence now points to a biological basis for transgender, and to the action of particular genes in that determination.
Famously feminized by the Nazis – and later used in prison cells to limit aggression in inmates – the color pink toes a shaky line between social psychology and gender stereotyping.
What makes for a thriving nation and happy citizens? Values. A nation’s institutions need people with supporting underlying values to perform at their best.
In the first study of the relationship between gender and national identity, the authors wonder if the answer might explain why the country still hasn’t had a female vice president or president.
Women’s privates have moved to the front and centre of popular entertainment. And they’re not always pretty.
We’re used to categorising people as “male” or “female” – but that’s no excuse for lashing out when athletes defy our expectations.
As military organisations become less oriented towards violence, the traditional, aggressive, warrior-like culture of the military has to be balanced with new task requirements.