Depictions of girls as less academic than boys, men being belittled for "unmanly" behavior, and an array of other cliched portrayals have been consigned to history in British commercials as new rules come into effect banning gender stereotypes in advertising.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts has no intention of being "Hillary'd" in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary.
When internet trolls tried to detract from Katherine Bouman's rise to stardom for her part in creating the first image of a black hole, her colleague quickly shut them down.
The embattled Southern Poverty Law Center has tapped a new interim president and CEO, the civil rights organization announced Tuesday.
Some employees at the Southern Poverty Law Center say the legendary civil rights nonprofit group suffers from a "systemic culture of racism and sexism within its workplace."
Sexism, harassment and violence against women are widespread in European parliaments, according to a study published Tuesday.
Serena Williams' heated dispute with the umpire during the US Open final is the latest controversy involving the tennis superstar in recent months.
A Houston school has removed a quote popularized by a former New York madam after social media controversy over the saying, which was posted in a hallway above school lockers, according to CNN affiliate KTRK.
The former head of the Justice Department's death penalty unit has been demoted following a New York Times inquiry into accusations that he promoted gender bias and a "sexualized environment" in the workplace.
Hillary Clinton suggested Thursday that the criticism she should "go away" following her election loss to President Donald Trump is based in sexism.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg believes the "#MeToo" movement will have "staying power" and that she doesn't worry about a serious backlash.
At the Grammys this weekend, an audacious breakout star from the Bronx could make history.
Three leaders of the Miss America Organization resigned Saturday, two days after a report revealed purported emails from them and other employees disparaging pageant contestants.
Any woman, in any country, will most likely be able to relate to this situation:
In honor of Women's Equality day on Aug. 26, WalletHub has released its annual ranking of the best and worst states for women's equality.
It's normal to expect a certain level of scrutiny when a company wants to hire an intern. That scrutiny is not usually based on swimwear.
Women who attended a screening of the blockbuster movie "Wonder Woman" were put off to find the gift bags handed out by the theater contained diet pill pamphlets and dish sponges.
An 8-year-old Nebraska girl got an apology, and shout-outs from a few soccer superstars, after she was kicked out of a soccer tournament because officials thought she was a boy.
A university in Belgium has apologized for suggesting that women wear low-cut necklines to graduation.
Uber just lost a powerful ally for getting more women into its workforce.