Women have the right to vote in the vast majority of countries, but de facto issues across the globe—like lack of access to childcare or safe transportation, or the sense that their vote doesn't matter—still stand in their way.
Waziran Chhacchar’s death sparked outrage over a tradition, widespread in rural Pakistan and Afghanistan, that is known to use women as potential objects of revenge.
After sustained campaign on social media, Lahore school fires four male staff for sexually abusing students over the years.
Coming out to others can be tough but coming out to yourself can be infinitely more difficult and scary. That is, until it gets liberating.
A survey of the headlines would certainly suggest it is, with one women's advocate blaming a rampant culture of hostile sexism and sexual objectification.
Survey shows that women report feeling more anxious, depressed, isolated, overworked or ill because of increases in unpaid care work
Will I find more peace with my size as a man than I ever could as a woman?
"One day, I started sweeping, filling water and washing clothes. When my brothers and father would come back from work, I would serve them food. Slowly, they started supporting too."
Oscar snubs are the tip of the iceberg. Five women at Sundance told VICE what it's like to be a filmmaker in a system that's designed for them to fail.
Neil Strauss's 2007 pick-up artist guide is less a dating book and more an RPG, pro-magician propaganda document, and catalyst of the incel community.
From their hometown Antwerp, Stef van Looveren is making waves with their gender-defying wearable sculptures.
“This one time, I was at a community event and someone kept referring to me as ‘she/her’. When I told them that this is not my pronoun, they told me, ‘You're too pretty to be a boy.’”