Gwen Stefani’s response to accusations of cultural appropriation has sparked further debate online.
The media treatment of South Korea’s first lady's latest scandals reveals the sometimes sexist expectations society has of the official role.
“Power to the people.” This was Tesla owner and billionaire Elon Musk’s triumphant pronouncement as he took the helm of Twitter, making big claims about overhauling the platform’s operations. However, many pointed out that these changes, far from improving the platform, will in fact make it a more hostile place – especially for women and marginalised people.
The murder has led to an outpouring of grief, but also anger at what some see as a failure to protect the woman from her alleged stalker, despite her many distress signals and appeals for help.
Last week, a young woman was killed before the court could rule on her alleged stalker, the latest in a string of women stalked and killed in South Korea. With a new anti-stalking law criticised for loopholes and the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family on the chopping block, South Korea is failing its women
How many female athletes with talent has the world missed out on because of stereotypes?
The clearest indicator of how much women’s sports are valued comes from remuneration. For all the talk of England women’s historic win, true progress might not be made until there is pay equity and real investment in women’s sports.
Cases of high-functioning autistic people exist, but are a rare part of the autistic experience.