Who gets to speak? Who do we listen to? And whose opinions do we respect? These questions are always important, but even more so now, as the UK faces an uncertain future, and political le...
From the first British woman to command a naval base to the first to head spy agency MI5 and the first to become a surrogate mother, a photo exhibition has documented the achievements of ...
New research suggests that men recover more quickly from the flue because they produce more of a key lung-healing protein.
Firms whose senior partners had more daughters were more likely to hire women.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern became just the second elected leader to have a baby while in office.
Because the region's tech industry is still relatively new, there is no legacy of it being male-dominated. Female entrepreneurs are working hard to keep it that way.
On average, a woman in rural India walks between 5 and 20 kilometres a day to fetch water.
New research shows that the Indian economy could be boosted by $770 billion.
Digital skills are increasingly essential, as automation and technology advances, but a persistent gender gap still exists.
Men and women suffer from sleeplessness in relation to gender-specific worries and tasks.
A new survey in the UK shows how many LGBT people still feel uncomfortable.
Nearly half of video gamers are female, yet women remain underrepresented, both in terms of characters and the industry.
The state ban ended on Sunday, marking the end of the world's last ban on female drivers.
Phyllis Deane argued in the 1940s that the measure was flawed because it didn't include unpaid household labour.
Women 55 and older represent the single fastest growing age-gender segment in the US.