I am an angry woman. And I am not alone.
For me, the current cycle of anger started with the women’s U.S. Open final last month. Instead of getting to marvel at the prowess and majesty on display, millions of us witnessed sexism on one of the world’s largest stages when Serena Williams was penalized for speaking tersely to the chair umpire.
The news arrives as the ride-hailing giant struggles to refurbish its damaged reputation.
New Zealand has added ‘sex work’ to its list of skills for migrants, adding to the normalisation of the use of vulnerable women’s bodies.
Vermont has a reputation as a liberal wonderland. Yet here we are in 2018, and Vermont is in fact the only state that has only ever elected white men to Congress.
What makes Emily’s List loom so large in 2018 is the combination of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 defeat and Donald Trump’s provocations from the White House.
More than 300 women — a record — are now running for Congress.
Emily’s List President Stephanie Schriock spoke to CNBC’s John Harwood about the Trump era, Nancy Pelosi’s leadership and the Me Too movement.
It’s Equal Pay Day, so congratulations, ladies! You’ve finally earned as much money as your male colleagues did last year, just after putting in four more months of work!
The BBC has pledged to have an even split between male and female sources by April 2019, while Bloomberg has also announced new plans to improve its gender game. Can it be done?
With his sharp words in recent days defending men accused of sexual harassment and spousal abuse, President Donald Trump launched another firebomb into the cultural chasm running through his presidency.
Documents and Infographics on Gender Pay Gap, Pay Secrecy, Equal Pay
California promotes its image as a place for adventure, stardom, and innovation. That image is growing dimmer as opportunity and entrepreneurship are stifled by workplace policies that leave vulnerable workers and women worse off.