Americans are uncomfortable with men making decisions about women's rights.
New research finds females still make up a minority of the onscreen population, but they are depicted more often in leadership roles.
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?
Psychological research provides fresh perspectives on the underlying motivations of anti-choice advocates.
Males are much more likely to be granted last-name-only status, which implies eminence in their field.
A growing number of single women are running for public office. In order to beat their opponents, they may need to shatter some unfair stigmas first.
New research suggests male justices are more receptive to appeals that line up with gender stereotypes.
Two new studies suggest Trump broadened the Republican Party's appeal by tapping into deep-seated anxieties and prejudices.
A new analysis finds attitudes about gender and race were far better predictors of support for Trump than personal economic woes.
New research identifies yet another prejudice faced by women running for office.
Hospitality and domestic workers suffer staggering rates of sexual harassment and assault. But they are among women still largely omitted from the #MeToo movement—and many federal protections.
New research finds the stereotype that intellectual genius is a male trait can dampen females' interest in certain jobs or fields of study.