News Andy Gray and Richard Keys at the Sony Radio Academy Awards in 2012

Footage shows axed former Sky Sports presenter Gray making offensive chant at female colleague

A screen shot from the NotBuyingIt app.

#NotBuyingIt: feminist group The Representation Project launches app to call out sexist adverts

The app builds on the #NotBuyingIt Twitter campaign

Three Generations of Women: telling the stories of 100 years of growing up female in Britain

There is the woman who dreamt of being a goalkeeper for Arsenal Football Club but was discouraged; the mother who was so short she had to sit on pillows to drive ambulances in the Second World War; and the bull-fighting grandmother who was born a maid, in a stately home.

Marine Le Pen is facing the prospect of disappointing results in local elections in March

France's National Front: After a series of political setbacks, it seems Marine Le Pen is not so mighty as all that

After three years of almost unbroken success, the National Front leader Marine Le Pen has begun to stumble in her drive to steam-clean and re-brand the French far right.

Beth Tweddle on her way to securing a bronze at last year’s Olympics

Beth Tweddle's Twitter Q&A saga: Let’s judge women on their work, nothing else

If they’re lucky, sportswomen can get away with being ignored. Could the average football fan tell you how the England women’s cricket team are doing?

A Facebook logo made up from pictures of users. Many teens are turning their back on the social network

'Liking isn't helping': How Facebook is killing student activism

Status updates - when they're not baby pics or relationship updates - may "raise awareness", but is that even worth anything?

Robin Thicke has been crowned 2013's sexist of the year by the End Violence Against Women Coalition

Robin Thicke named sexist of the year 2013

The End Violence Against Woman Coalition chose the 'Blurred Lines' singer

Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines' sparked so much debate over gender inequality that it has inspired a new National Theatre play

National Theatre to tackle sexism in new play 'Blurred Lines' named after Robin Thicke's hit

The controversial chart-topper is the inspiration behind the production

Everyday Sexism blog reaches milestone of 50,000 posts

Laura Bates started blog less than two years ago to document accounts of discrimination 'so niggling and normalised that you don't even feel able to protest'

Sex doesn't sell? This study into women's response to raunchy advertising starts wrong and gets worse

The conclusion that women use sex as a bargaining tool is wildly outdated

Council bans use of word ‘Commie’ – but ‘fascist’ and ‘Nazi’ are fine

Birmingham City Council has revealed its official email blacklist, with some surprising results

R Kelly, Black Panties: Album review

Let’s talk about sex, baby – and nothing but sex

Nelson Mandela dead: Full address to the nation by President Jacob Zuma

Address to the nation by President Jacob Zuma on the death of former President Nelson Mandela, 5 December 2013.

Girlguiding report: sexism blamed as three in four girls report low self-esteem

A growing number of girls and young women suffer from low self-esteem, with three-quarters of 11- 21-year-olds saying that sexism has an impact on most areas of their lives, according to a report by the charity Girlguiding.

Martyrs? Guest-house owners who turned away gay couple on ‘religious’ grounds are nothing of the kind

The Supreme Court ruling is a reminder that we have - mercifully - moved on from the Middle Ages

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