The results, released on Women's Equality Day, showed that 38 percent of respondents thought sexism has become more prevalent in the Trump era.
The two professors allegedly both received above norm teaching ratings and were promoted at the same time.
A 1946 poll showed only 35 percent of Americans thought men and women could be equally intelligent.
"They're already there—do you not know?"
President Sergio Mattarella is considering nominating a "neutral government" to break political deadlock resulting from the March elections.
Female flight attendants won the right to wear trousers, following intense union pressure.
Researchers called the results of their study "unfortunate."
"It's time for change," Ontario's Premier Kathleen Wynne said.
A new law requires diaper-changing stations in both men's and women's public restrooms, because dads are parents too.
Gallup linked the spike in dissatisfaction with the sharp focus that has been placed on how women are treated in the U.S. and around the world in the wake of the #MeToo movement and the Women's March on Washington.
We've fawned over their bromance, but they're each more focused on flexing their feminism and encouraging other boys and men to do the same.
A new Pew Research Center study reveals gender and partisan gaps on whether women still face significant obstacles compared to men.
Female warriors aren't just the stuff of legends.
The movement to destigmatize menstruation has added a crucial ally: men.
Oregon becomes the first state to allow a third gender option on drivers' licences, while California debates the Gender Recognition Act.
One year since her death, the Iraqi-born architect's success only highlights the long way still to go in achieving gender equality in architecture.
Patriarchal attitudes persist not because Islam is incompatible with gender equality, but because progressive forces have been undermined by various regimes.
A report shows nearly 40 percent of men think a woman is to blame if she is sexually assaulted while drunk and wearing a short skirt.