The first black woman to lead America's West Point cadets. (ABC News)

A female sex worker’s Google-style gender equality manifesto. (The Independent)

The three women running for South Africa’s presidency. (The Conversation)

Women are gaining ground in virtual reality. (The Guardian)

Will a shift toward remote work solve techs gender gap? (Tech Republic)

Violence against women in politics is rising. (LSE)

3D-printed ovaries may help women have babies. (Washington Post)

The study that proves men aren’t born more competitive. (Quartz)

High rates of mental illness in women: partly biology, the rest is social. (The Conversation)

Taylor Swift hopes verdict will inspire other sexual assault victims. (Bloomberg)

Why women in India are taking selfies at midnight. (BBC)

Women bear the burden of China’s harassment problem. (Asia Times)

Chart of the week: Men vs Women: The world’s most powerful CEOs
In a list of CEOs of the Fortune 1000 companies, only 54 were women. Overall, male CEOs receive more compensation. The highest paid CEO is a man. However, the second, third and fourth best-paid overall positions are all women.
Source: Talentful, via NetImperative.com

Quote of the week
“When I entered the Academy in 1976, the men did not want us there. Now 40 years later, everybody recognizes the talent and skills women bring to the game.”

Pat Locke
Senior Advisor, Army Family Team Building
One of two African American women in the first class of women graduates from West Point
ABC News