Considering that sexism is rampant on the left at this time – with women expressing their views being met with that notorious Twitterstorm of abusive and often misogynistic 'campaigners' – forgive me if I feel a little cynical about how all of this is going to work
'Female is not a genre. Don't categorise my sex.'
Bella Jones was wearing patterned leggings and a pink jumper dress
A majority of women in the national survey say discrimination still makes their lives harder
One advert shows a woman holding two clementines over her breasts, looking sad. She then holds up two melons and grins inanely
Imagine if in the industry you were dying to break into, you merely had to wait a few years for your predecessor to 'expire' – would you protest?
Aaron Persky has come under fire for sentencing a man to just four days behind bars after he pleaded guilty to possessing images of child abuse
It comes with one major caveat - the ruling only applies if the lawyer in question ‘knows’ he or she is being sexist
Robbie says she has no idea whether her costume was digitally altered for promos or not
Women, not men, propel the cult of motherhood and spread the frightening notion that life will never be truly complete without a baby, and that no career plaudit can compare
He argued the debate on gender bias in the advertising industry is 'all over'
The current media focus on such abuse being somehow endemic to the “hard left” may have the unintended consequence of letting everyone else off the hook
By enabling ostentatious rabble-rousers like Yiannopoulos to present themselves as martyrs in the cause of liberty, there is a danger that Twitter shifts the focus away from their misdemeanours, instead of holding a mirror to them.
Her co-hosts subjected her to constant remarks about her appearance on live television
'When that irritation is combined with the warm moist environment of the genitals, it becomes a happy culture medium for bacterial pathogens,' doctors warn
Watson believes the 'pervasive' issue of violence against women should be talked about more