Researchers asked young female women at a US university to choose the words they felt best described the BDSM trilogy
Her friend Nicola Gavins took the photo and criticised the restaurant’s 'archaic and sexist' dress policy
A petition to sack Kuenssberg was taken down due to misogynist abuse
The article matched swimsuits with ‘body types’ and advised girls aged 8 to 12 on how to ‘add curves’
The deputy crown prince has previously appeared to express support for more women working
Cate Blanchett implored Hollywood to see that 'the world is round' in her 2014 Oscars acceptance speech
'I’ve got a list as long as my arm about comments I’ve had about my figure and it’s not right,' Jessica Varnish says
Andy Inglis' job posting for an assistant position sought to actively fight gender imbalance in the industry by specifying for a 'woman under 30'
University confirms student faces 'possible disciplinary action'
'They do not like me speaking out about anything political because it's hard to see your kid take criticism,' says Lawrence
In both the private and public sectors, women make up a quarter of the workforce, yet for women of colour the numbers are even more dire
Despite what she might think, Charlize Theron is lucky: labelling beauty a burden is a luxury only beautiful people have
'It's no different than if a person of another religion has said: "I don't want to sit next to a Jew"'
The horror of being branded a “slut” or, conversely, “frigid” is a near-constant concern for schoolgirls today. A fear of being labelled uncool, fat, ugly or gay is just as acute. Now there is another term to add to this lexicon of smears to inspire dread and shame in girls across the nation: clever.
Members of the Association of Teachers and Lecturers union will draw attention to the issue at their conference next week
Ms Ford accused Facebook of having a 'pathetic, hostile attitude towards women'