"Pudgy" men are more attractive to women and less likely to get cancer, according to a study.
Campbell said people try and find ways of validating the discomfort they feel when a woman runs for office.
Knightley, who became a mother in 2015, said paternity and maternity leave should be equal.
Imja Tsho has been rapidly expanding due to climate change.
The World Health Organization said infertility should not be regarded as simply a medical condition.
The action mirrors a similar protest against femicides that mobilized thousands of women in 2015.
The Democratic presidential hopeful was depicted with hooves, stomping on a map of Libya.
Trump said some of his accusers are too unattractive to warrant his sexual advances.
Britain's recent general election and Brexit vote showed us that anything can happen.
"No man would ever be at fault for having a serious look on his face," experts tell Newsweek.
Amnesty International questioned 1,000 people and the results showed "a definitive landslide."
Experts have called results of the world-first study "remarkable."
Women on Web provides medical consultations along with a dose of mifepristone and misoprostol.
The practice of involuntary sterilization has been widely condemned as a human-rights violation.
Female players face being forced to cover up at next year's world championships in Iran.
New allegations by a series of women have rocked the Republican presidential campaign.
Trump allegedly told Howard Stern, via CNN, that he "sort of gets away with things like that."
A London hospital trust claims to have a escalating problem with "maternity tourism."
Reducing the gender pay gap would add £150 billion to the economy by 2025, research shows.
Wolf and sheep is the debut feature film by Afghan filmmaker Shahrbanoo Sadat.
A number of high-income countries have performed considerably worse than expected.
Save the Children's president Carolyn Miles tells Newsweek the biggest global issue for women and girls.