UK schools have considered banning face coverings, but teachers we spoke to said very few girls are wearing them in the first place.
The Canadian town of Spaniard's Bay has become embroiled in a controversy over allegations that an instructor showed trainees porn, among other bad behavior.
Then Broadly tells us what they see on the horizon for women's issues in 2016.
Vanessa Engle's new documentary Love You to Death explores the lives of the 86 women killed by their male partners in Britain in 2013.
The terrorist atrocities in Paris have triggered a wave of anti-Islamic hate crimes largely directed at British women.
Pregnancy, family, menopause, and double standards around gender make living with HIV a very different battle for women.
The Victorian Legislative Council has voted to restrict pro-life protests to 150 metres from abortion clinics.
Looking into the growing trend of managing periods with porous objects that are technically animals.
A new BBC3 documentary aimed to explore female violence and how we view it as a society. But it failed to look at the reasons behind why people lash out.
It's Equal Pay Day, and women get paid less than men, despite what your lame memes and bad statistics say.
Claudie Haigneré on inspiring young girls to join the next generation of astronauts, and whether there should be an all-female space mission.
Justice Femme say growing intolerance is leading to increased violence.
Irina Rozovsky captures the disconcerting beauty of a nation that no longer exists.
This week the World Health Organization published figures showing that two-thirds of the world's population under 50—that's 3.7 billion people—have the herpes virus. That's most of your friends and probably you.
One official has already compared them to housewives.
A Bangladeshi-American novelist's search for home in the hills and jungles of South Asia.
Last week we looked at all the ways we've failed female refugees. This week the situation is even worse.
Indigenous women wear niqabs to direct Harper's attention to Indigenous issues and show solidarity with Muslim women in Canada.
After a scary incident of street harassment I wanted to learn how to defend myself, but I kept running into sexism.
We need to decide if we're actually going to do something about systemic violence against women, or just act like it.
The problems here are like a case study for higher education.
"It's empowering to see how strong people are in the refugee camps – they aren't just some poor souls, they are fighters who have decided to take control of their lives."
Celia Rowlson-Hall's gorgeous feature-length silent film "Ma" re-imagines the life of the Virgin Mary.
We talked to author Jon Birger about the shortage of educated men, where women should go if they really want to land a husband, and why boys aren't going to college in the first place.