More Than a Third of Tech Industry Employees Have Experienced or Witnessed Sexism, a New Survey Finds
Other research suggests that women are more likely to experience both sexism and sexual harassment in male-majority workplaces.
Denver Just Passed a No-Tampon-Tax Bill. Where Else Have Such Taxes Been Lifted?
One study suggests such bans are especially helpful to low-income women.
A Federal Judge Says It's Unconstitutional to Only Draft Men. Could the U.S. Start Drafting Women Into the Military?
Though the judge's ruling does not make a call to action, a federal commission is currently reviewing the possibility of expanding the Selective Service registration requirement to women.
Viewfinder: Protests Continue in India After Two Women Enter One of the Country's Holiest Temples
Clashes broke out in southern India for a second day on January 3rd as Hindu hardliners went on a rampage, seeking to enforce a general shutdown in protest over two women entering Sabarimala Ayyapa.
In Asylum Claims, Is Domestic Abuse 'Private Violence' or a Societal Issue?
Advocates argue that asylum seekers aren't just fleeing domestic abuse—they're fleeing gender-based violence.
The ACLU Accuses Facebook of Gender Discrimination in Job Ads
The complaint alleges Facebook discriminated against women and non-binary people by allowing employers to target men in job advertisements.
Women Pay More Than Men for Deodorant—and Mortgages
A new study shows that unfair pricing by gender exists across different markets.
Most Women and African Americans in Tech Say They've Been Discriminated Against
Science and tech jobs are among America's highest-paying and fastest-growing, but women and minorities in the field report they face unfair barriers in the workplace.