Boys are being deliberately targeted by online groups that welcome extreme acts of violence against women, research shows.
Sylvia Shaw, an academic and author of "Women, Language and Politics," told Newsweek, "This is part of the febrile political polarization in the run-up to the U.S. election right now—with a sexist twist!"
Senator Kamala Harris faced off against Vice President Mike Pence on the debate stage in Utah.
In a lengthy Twitter thread, actor William Jackson Harper called out the order for censoring some difficult aspects of American history.
Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez derided "misogynistic hypocrite" Republicans for mocking her over a $250 haircut but ignoring Trump spending over $70,000 on hairstyling costs alone.
Conway told reporters its "disheartening" to watch the media ask Harris about her wardrobe.
Woody Johnson is accused of making racist generalizations about Black men and questioning why the Black community celebrates Black History Month.
One reason America seems so woefully underprepared and erratic in its response to the coronavirus pandemic: our woeful gender disparity among decision-makers.
A poll investigating Russia's attitudes toward female politicians found two-thirds of people surveyed opposed the idea of a female president.
Uppity women are a prime enemy in Trump world. The president evidently not only shares this worldview but understands its power with his customer base.
At a campaign stop in New Hampshire Sunday, former Vice President Joe Biden called a student a "lying, dog-faced pony soldier." Biden later said it was a reference to a John Wayne movie.
"I realize there are a lot of Black women hurt and let down by what I said and also by what I didn't say," he tweeted.
A new study found that mixed-sex and female-only teams judged each other on likability, whereas male-only teams did not.
"I'm really sorry that in 2020, after YEARS of conversation of equal play, there are still some companies that make their stations play by these rules. It's unfair and it's incredibly disappointing," Ballerini wrote in part in her reply to the Michigan radio station.
Senator Elizabeth Warren answered a question at Tuesday's Democratic debates about whether a woman could win a presidential election by saying all the male candidates sharing the debate stage with her had collectively lost 10 elections.
Advocates of the annual celebration on social media said it encourages many men to discuss mental health, while others criticized the event as unnecessary.
"Maybe we're held to a different standard," Klobuchar said.
Andrew Feldman questioned whether the United States was ready to elect a female president on Rising with Krystal & Saagar yesterday.
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.
As long as there are still men who think it's OK to speak like Ken Fisher did, industries will continue to send the message that business is a "man's world." It's time to end this.
Connecticut political leaders have united to condemn social media attacks against female politicians.
A 2018 government report confirmed that a slew of products and services targeting women cost more than those for men. It is time for lawmakers to change that.
Julie Szulczewski has sued Charlotte's WSOC-TV for firing her after seven years of employment (and twenty with the stations' parent company).
A Democratic Party activist and MSNBC guest claimed Friday that voters in support of Senator Bernie Sanders instead of Elizabeth Warren are revealing their "sexism."
"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.
"It's 2019 and that's not something I want my daughter to be taught," the Nassau County student's mother, Kate Darrow, said.
The results, released on Women's Equality Day, showed that 38 percent of respondents thought sexism has become more prevalent in the Trump era.
"Men: Call each other out. Don't normalize this type of behavior. Make sexists the ones who are alienated, not women," said Starbucks Director of Product Engineering David Brunelle.
The controversial president is well-known for public misogynistic remarks and has confessed to sexual assault.