The host brought on a number of guests dressed as the traditional Dutch character 'Black Pete'
Equal rights for women is a long way off until all mothers have received the respect they deserve – including those forced to give up their child at birth, and those who desperately require a termination
Artists Molly Soda and Arvida Byström have compiled the photos that have been banned on social media
This season, say it with your chest
X-Files star Gillian Anderson has joined up with journalist Jennifer Nadel to pen a plan for women to take their destinies into their own hands
25,000 pupils will have day off school on International Women's Day as hundreds of teachers walk out
The French artist questions what it means to be a woman with witty, eye-popping gifs and cartoons
'Watson is a hypocrite. Now that she is being attacked for the same thing she attacked Beyonce for five years ago, it is a problem,' says critic
Senior Trump aide made up her own definition, saying: 'I look at myself as a product of my choices, not a victim of my circumstances, that's really to me what conservative feminism is all about'
The images may be old-fashioned, almost quaint, compared to what’s available online, but Playboy’s apparent message – that If men are financially successful, they are entitled to consume luxury, whether that’s a Bugatti or a beautiful teenager – endures
Group banned from Sina Weibo six days after posting translation of article calling for a 'militant feminist struggle' in answer to Trump's policies
Members of the East London Strippers Collective campaign group have seen the rise and fall of the 'bonaza era' of exotic dancing, and they say women are the ones suffering
'I'm showing non-binary people exist and they are beautiful and loveable'
“Oh, it's only the best day of the year”
Most women don’t think of themselves as victims, or in need of mobilisation by Clinton. They have enough willpower and competitiveness to get things done themselves. Yet increasingly they are being asked to club together with the sisterhood, or whatever it’s called next
Craftivism allows feminists to reclaim traditionally feminine skills – and defy oppression