Men make up 95 percent of the music tech industry, but Covid-19 combined with the mainstream rise of bedroom pop has enabled more people to get involved from home.
Military service remains one of the most heated and divisive topics in Singapore, more so with gender equality being debated in parliament.
Early this week, the Indian Navy deployed its first set of women combat aviators in frontline warships.
Cambodian Women Are Posting Photos Wearing ‘Sexy’ Clothing to Protest Proposed Law That Would Police Women’s Outfits
Cambodia is considering draft legislation that would ban women from wearing clothing deemed “too short” or “too see-through.”
As we exit 2019, it’s imperative to ask: Why is Bollywood?
“If I am having sex with multiple partners, I would rather use a condom because this is not definitely protecting me against STDs.”
24-year-old Yukino Takanashi speaks to VICE about how she got into trucking and what it's like to work in a male-dominated industry.
Multiple Cases of Trans Discrimination Motivate Passionate Campaign for Gender Equality in the Philippines
In one case, a trans woman was handcuffed and brought to a police station after trying to enter a women's restroom.
90 percent of women in Bangladesh face sexual harassment on public transport, a longstanding concern for daily commuters.
We cannot be idle bystanders, we the public, the people on the bus and train, play a role in creating a safe space.
An age-old law in Japan reinforces that husbands and wives must have the same last name – but women are fighting back.
Referencing #MeToo, this women's movement combines the Japanese words for shoes (kutsu) and pain (kutsuu).