"We also advise that the United States take a hard look at its own domestic human rights record, and first take care of its own affairs," Chinese spokesperson Lu Kang said.
"It's a shame that we still are fighting for treatment that reflects our achievements and contributions to the sport," said team co-captain Carli Lloyd.
Former CEO of Reddit and board director at Flipboard, Ellen K. Pao, took to Twitter Wednesday to challenge fellow Silicon Valley executives to address a malicious subgroup of young men potentially within their ranks.
Braden River student Lizzy Martinez wants no-bra protests to show support for the "destigmatizing of natural bodies."
Female flight attendants won the right to wear trousers, following intense union pressure.
It's official: The beloved show will not get a second season. The series, about gender discrimination and harassment, was killed by a man later accused of sexual harassment.
"We all have a bias against women in leadership, including women, and then we need to correct for that."
The airport advertized the spaces as beautiful, convenient and cheap.
The ongoing political crisis between Qatar and other Gulf states highlights one of the problems of long-term sexism.
A recent study found that women almost always refer to their colleagues with the formal title, but men introduced women as "doctor" less than half the time.
One woman says she was told: "I hope you choke to death and answer my fucking question first."
The suit was filed by Jessica Golloher, the Middle East/North Africa correspondent for Fox News Radio Network.
Falzone was once referred to as the "face of Foxnews.com," according to her legal complaint.
Martin and Nicole did an experiment and discovered that what's in a name depends on whether it's a man's or a woman's.
Putting too much emphasis on stereotypical "male traits" promotes inequality, according to a gender studies expert.
Women make up just over a fifth of Pakistan's workforce.
A report claims that government tax and benefit policies will hit women harder than men.
In 1970, 46 women on staff sued the magazine for discrimination. Read the cover story on the women's liberation movement published the day they announced their suit.
Nearly five decades ago, 46 female Newsweek staffers sued the magazine for gender discrimination. What has changed since then?
Reducing the gender pay gap would add £150 billion to the economy by 2025, research shows.
People might care about sharing bathrooms with transgender people, but only because they are misinformed, acting out of a misplaced fear of predation or bigoted.
Six women give their top priorities
The number of women in the workplace is 25.5 percent lower than the number of men.