Margaret Atwood’s ‘Gilead’ is not just a dystopian fiction—it’s a stark warning to all men and women.
Born from our Social Interest Group #StopSexism, we’re taking on all the angles across all media platforms.
From religion to theatre to war and politics, history has been unfair to women, everywhere. But it’s about to change.
While more dads adopt the banner of feminism, what does that really mean?
When discussing patriarchy and sexism against women, more men start on the defensive than not. Why is that?
Men need to see and listen to what is really happening to young women these days.
Stephán Amery McKenzie takes on the stuff we need to fight now more than ever.
Men are human, flesh-and-bone, cut-and-bleed humans who feel. They are not (super) heroes.
Are we lacking a consistent way to talk about gender bias?
Prof Emma Johnston at the Sydney Institute of Marine Science has always reported to a male supervisor, never a female. She talks about this here.
Men who are subjected to these problems don’t know where to turn for support, because all the awareness efforts are focused on gender.
Deeply rooted gender bias can undermine relationships – here’s a way to make sure that never happens…
Do we offer more praise and fewer expectations to girls than boys, or vice versa? One mother of two sons shares her observations.
Should we expect movies to represent our ideals?
In order for gender bias in science to change, men are going to have to take it seriously.
View image | gettyimages.comGena Raymond is rethinking the way she relates to the boys in her life.—I’ve listened to several intelligent men describe why they were not successful in traditional school systems. I’ve heard them talk about feeling like outsiders in a world dominated by female educators in a system that lends itself to the…