"This election sends a message to women across the world that powerful men can sexually assault you and still be elected president."
The "Here" singer on why she wants to empower young girls with her lyrics and how Trump's presidency could be detrimental.
Brain scans are often used to prove that women are "not as good" as their male counterparts.
A report has assessed the experiences of 16-24-year-old females across every local authority in England and Wales.
Manuel Valls spoke about the "Islamist totalitarianism" budding in France.
British Muslim women face sexism, discrimination, and economic disadvantage.
Survey also reveals that women rarely told their employers about incidents.
In an essay for Glamour magazine, Obama writes, "It's important that [Malia and Sasha's] dad is a feminist, because now that's what they expect of all men."
Kevin Roberts has been placed on leave for claiming women don't want the top jobs.
The leader of the Women's Equality Party explains why misogyny in Britain's opposition party is now endemic.
Both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are inspired by the women in their lives.
The report makes 43 recommendations for a more diverse and inclusive U.K. parliament.
Women in Nottinghamshire encouraged to report misogynist incidents in an effort to tackle sexual harassment.
The Spice Girls first hit has been given a makeover to help raise awareness about global gender inequality.
Women in the top jobs would send a powerful message about who is fit to lead—and not just in times of crisis.
Germany's Angela Merkel and Scotland's Nicola Sturgeon may be the EU's saviours.