Ads that suggest that an activity is inappropriate for girls or boys because they are more suitable for the opposite sex, or shows a woman cleaning alone, would be axed under the new proposed regulations.
Researchers in England find a link between sexual morality and women’s economic dependence on men.
A new survey of children’s picture books finds gender stereotypes—nurturing mothers, breadwinning fathers—remain stubbornly persistent.
How the gleaming white fridge changed our relationship to food.
Anthropologist Christopher von Rueden's studies of a Bolivian tribe suggest that men's instinctive drive for power is a strategy to seed their descendants thickly.
For men and women in leadership positions usually occupied by the other gender, a single mistake is seen as evidence of incompetence.
Working magicians conjure up rationales — both beneficial and baneful — for why so few women perform magic.