"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.
A car burst into flames on Australia's Gold Coast after being rigged to spew blue smoke as part of a gender-reveal party.
A woman returned a pink t-shirt purchased for her son at UK baby store Fred & Noah because her husband didn't want him wearing pink.
Three-quarters of Democrats say sexism factored into Hillary Clinton's 2016 loss but a sizable chunk of left-leaning male voters still don't trust a woman to defeat Trump in 2020.
Love has no boundaries.
"In the '60s and '70s, only men were hired as writers," says Lucy Howard, then a researcher. "It was the system, and we accepted it—until we didn't."
The "FOR HER" offering consisted of an assortment of vacuum cleaners, a kitchen water tap and a blender, according to an undated billing handout.
A city council in England issued guidelines to teachers of sexual-education courses that young students should be taught "all genders" can get their period.
Religious leaders not only have an obligation to prevent violence against women, they're uniquely well positioned to do it.
The Financial Times has developed a system to automatically check if its reporters are including enough women's voices in their stories.
A religion and philosophy professor is suing Shawnee State University because he believes he was wrongly penalized for dismissing a transgender student's requests to use female gender words to refer to her.
The hotline also received double the number of calls from first-time callers.
Many said the move was intended to erase the recognition of transgender Americans.
A Tucson, Arizona Border Patrol agent must pay $220,000 in fines after starting last year's Sawmill Fire during a gender reveal party.
Parisa Pourtaherian shot the match from a nearby roof in order to get around a gender restriction that barred her from covering a soccer game in the country's top league.