Accusations of misogyny over debate of Yellen's reported Wall Street speaking fees are just a primer for mainstream media to soon "go easy" on the incoming Biden administration, right-leaning critics claimed.
"Get all the sleep you can now," Jennifer "JWoww" Farley warned in a statement shared with Newsweek.
Harry Styles isn't slowing down on embracing feminine style, whatever Candace Owens might think.
On Monday, some Twitter users called for TV lovers to boycott HBO based on the film "Transhood", stating it showed parents "brainwashing" their children to become transgender.
"YouTube removed an entire episode of the Candace Owens show because we said that men are not women, and women are not men. I honestly cannot even believe how absolutely bats*** woke you have to be to believe basic truth to be 'hate speech,'" the conservative commentator tweeted on Friday.
Word-policing, even in documents few will ever read, forces a position under the guise of inclusivity.
Researchers analyzed more than 120 speeches to explore the relationship between gender and rhetoric amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Following the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the president confirmed Saturday he plans to work with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in immediately securing what will potentially be his third Supreme Court Justice nomination.
Remember the 2017 wildfire in Arizona that scorched 47,000 acres after one couple discovered they were having a boy?
We need to save women's sports by making sure only women can participate.
Conservatives fear change—but quantum physics tell us change and fluidity that defy simple rules are factored into the very mechanics of the universe. Good luck trying to stop us.
The new list exchanges racially insensitive and gendered terms for more inclusive ones.
A beloved author who captivated so many with the story of an outsider hero and the triumphant power of love, used her platform to stoke division. Imagine if she didn't. Imagine how she could change the world.
One reason America seems so woefully underprepared and erratic in its response to the coronavirus pandemic: our woeful gender disparity among decision-makers.
A tenth plaintiff just joined the group of women suing Disney for unequal pay.
A poll investigating Russia's attitudes toward female politicians found two-thirds of people surveyed opposed the idea of a female president.
Dr. Gina Sequeira told Newsweek she carried out the study after hearing a patient's "horrifying" experience with a pediatrician.
In the field of Earth Sciences, there has been no progress for decades.
The Swiss people took to the ballots on Sunday to decide whether or not to extend anti-racism rights to the LGBTQ community.
A new study found that mixed-sex and female-only teams judged each other on likability, whereas male-only teams did not.
North America's gender gap will take 151 years to close—longer than Europe and Africa—according to a report from the World Economic Forum.
Merit Ptah is frequently cited as the first female physician—even though there is no solid evidence she existed, says medical historian Jakub Kwiecinski.
The Taxi and Limousine Commission sent an email to drivers reminding them to defer to a passenger's preferred pronouns, or use gender-neutral pronouns if the passenger's pronouns are unknown.
A school board in Ottawa is facing a complaint from a couple upset that the school's gender identity curriculum confused their daughter.
Researchers came to this conclusion following three experiments designed to measure how the gender of the CEO influences people's perception of the company following a product flaw or ethical failure.
"It's great that now more people are opening up to this and realizing men dance," says Andrew Larose, a 16-year-old dancer at Canada's National Ballet School.
"Don't play games with me, kid," the former vice president told a young conservative who baited him with a question about gender at the Iowa State Fair.
It's time to face the social and political flogging that will undoubtedly come with speaking the truth boldly and without apology.
A 1946 poll showed only 35 percent of Americans thought men and women could be equally intelligent.