Shanghai's OCAT gallery is under scrutiny after an exhibit was put on display that ranked women from most to least attractive. The artist has been under fire for projects like this in the past.
Victoria Azarenka criticized Roland-Garros organizers for reserving the evening sessions for men's players.
A Tanzanian member of Parliament was ushered out of a government meeting after a male colleague complained that her black pants were "too tight." Dress codes for women have been highly fought against for decades.
"If evangelicals don't change, they pose an existential crisis," Anthea Butler said.
A petition from Apple workers about a controversial memoir led to the company's decision.
Using the phrase "boys don't cry" and even the word "guys" is not acceptable at the school.
Conversations with parents, students and teachers reveal that even self-described liberals and lifelong Democrats are extremely alarmed by what they see as dogmatic classroom activism and outright discrimination.
Victoria Education Minister James Merlino announced that lessons about consent would be mandatory in Victoria state schools from April.
"There's a lot of negativity towards the NCAA now, which obviously there should be, they should be held accountable to this," Prince told Newsweek.
Several public figures in the Asian American community have spoken about the links between racism and the objectification of Asian women.
"My heart breaks for you, son," Mississippi pastor Shane Vaughn said in a video addressing Prince Harry, urging the prince to "quit letting Jezebel" Meghan Markle turn him into a "pauper."
Piers Morgan kicked off the Tuesday morning segment of "Good Morning Britain" by telling viewers he was "distracted" by his co-host Charlotte Hawkins' "mini dress."
Female students were set 11 tasks, including to "obey any reasonable request of a male, according to a photograph purporting to show details of the assignment.
He dedicated an entire section of his sermon to "weight control" and told an anecdote about how a woman lost 100 pounds after being insulted by her husband.
"2010 called and it wants its lazy, deeply sexist joke back," Taylor Swift tweeted on Monday as Netflix continues to face backlash.
"You 'otherize' us enough, and you start to forget that we are human," one female Marine veteran told Newsweek.
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.