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Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard

'Gender wars' flare with vengeance over Australia opposition's crude joke at Prime Minister Julia Gillard

Australia's "gender wars" have reignited with a vengeance, with the Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, warning that politics will be dominated by "men in blue ties" if her Labor government loses power, and the opposition Liberal Party embarrassed by revelations about a fundraising dinner menu containing crude references to Ms Gillard's physique.

Women need to embrace inequality, not fight it

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Image taken from the Dreamscape Networks television advert featuring Pamela Anderson, which has been banned for being sexist and degrading to women.

TV Advert showing Pamela Anderson covered in cream banned for being 'sexist and degrading' to women

A television advert featuring actress Pamela Anderson wearing a bikini and covered in cream has been banned for being sexist and degrading to women.

New BBC head of news James Harding has long battle ahead for more women broadcasters, warn female ex-governors

Former Times editor told journalists he was 'determined' to bring greater gender parity to on-air presenting and reporting team

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Facebook has agreed to review its community standards around hate speech following a campaign led by the Everyday Sexism project

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Apprentice candidate Zeeshaan Shah was fired by Lord Sugar last night after being accused of chauvinism by fellow contestants Natalie Panayi and Leah Totton.

Bad taste: Sergio Garcia’s fried-chicken dig at Tiger Woods highlighted how out of touch the game’s attitudes are

The Last Word: Golf must end the hypocrisy before its halo slips totally

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BBC Broadcasting House Portland Place London as the organisation is to remove gagging clauses from its contracts in the wake of the Savile scandal to make it easier for staff to speak out about any claims of harassment.

BBC issues anti-harassment guidelines to combat a 'strong undercurrent of fear' and bullying

The BBC today moved to address a culture of bullying and fear within the organisation by issuing new anti-harassment guidelines to staff and removing “gagging clauses” from contracts.

Stirling Moss should update his brand of sexism

When we feminists put our time and energy into deconstructing a culture of inequality, the least our adversaries can do is make an effort to stay on-trend

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