The U.S. Soccer Federation Claims the Women's Team Actually Earns More Than the Men's Team, Prompting Backlash
Both the men's and women's national teams have disputed the USSF's claims.
What Are the Protests in Puerto Rico Really About?
Though leaked messages and a corruption scandal have brought thousands to the streets, frustrations on the island run much deeper.
The True Story of the Nigerian Schoolgirls Who Survived Boko Haram
Isha Sesay's new book gives a full and harrowing account of what happened to the 276 girls kidnapped by the jihadist group.
The U.S. Women's National Soccer Team Is the Best in the World and Still Can't Get Equal Pay
The United States Soccer Federation has argued the women generate less revenue—a claim that is not supported by the current evidence.
A New Study Confirms (Again) That Race, Not Economics, Drove Former Democrats to Trump
Research on Iowa counties that swung from Obama to Trump indicates that GOP success was driven far more by sexism and racism than by economic anxiety.
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.
Men Are Judged Based on Their Potential; Women Are Judged Based on Their Past Performance
"By not fully recognizing leadership potential in female candidates, organizations are inhibiting the prospects of half of their talent."
Witty Women Are Less Likely to Get Promoted Than Men
A new report finds that using humor in the workplace raises the status of male employees but has the opposite effect for women.
Let's Stop Using the Veneer of Feminism to Excuse Unacceptable Behavior
Cries of sexism around criticisms of Senator Amy Klobuchar's abusive management style are tired and misguided. We need to talk about this in a smarter way.
There Still Aren't Enough Women Working in National Security. And That's a Problem.
Last year, President Donald Trump signed a piece of legislation aimed at bringing gender inclusivity into the Department of State, but thus far there have been no tangible signs of progress.
Women Are Still Penalized for Having More Sexual Partners
New research finds that the sexual double standard persists.
Hit Movies Have More Female Characters—and Stronger Ones Too
New research finds females still make up a minority of the onscreen population, but they are depicted more often in leadership roles.
Fixing Sexism at the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
A sexist remark at a recent meeting prompted some soul-searching among the world's top climate scientists. How can they prevent women's expertise from being excluded?
Sexism and Religious Fundamentalism Drive Opposition to Abortion
Psychological research provides fresh perspectives on the underlying motivations of anti-choice advocates.