What do our Next Gen writers think about the London private school bringing in skirts for boys? From 10 to 18 years of age, students weigh in on a possible gender-neutral future.
Wall Street’s Fearless Girl statue is generating Internet talk, with one particular artist calling for its removal. I agreed with his comments and was excoriated. Why?
I read a recent article that called for the banning of the stay at home mum to close the gap, however I believe the questions are deeper and more numerous than a solitary clickbait headline.
Back in 1963, Gloria Steinem tumbled down the rabbit hole to expose Playboy. She succeeded and the world gave an ugly snapshot of life under Hef.
Vida Goldstein was a true maverick, for her herculean effort turned Australia into one of the most progressive nations in the world.
What’s always puzzled me is how feminism became a dirty word, not amongst men, but amongst women.
What does the next generation think of today’s issues? The Big Smoke’s Next Gen program publishes Australian students mentored by TBS writers. Today, Chloe (14) picks apart gender roles to do away with them for good!
As a member of the sausages that protested the AACTA’s, know that the steps we took on the red carpet represent the first of many.
Donald Trump’s reinforcement of the glass ceiling may be shattered by the erudite confidence of his daughter Ivanka. Watch this space.
A recent investigation into the AFP has turned up numerous instances of bullying and sexual harassment. However, the AFP claim they have it under control.
The process of achieving true gender equality feels like it’s going at snail’s pace, but in these troubling times, a fifty-fifty ratio is urgently needed to bring greater political and economic stability to the world.
The transgender bathroom furore is about inequality, but it is also the inequality you choose to see, and choose not to.
Belinda Paterson’s inspirational climb to the top of the American hotel industry is helping bring change to our shores.
Holly Whitman explains how Saudi women gaining the right to vote could lead to marginalising the power that ISIS exerts over women in the region.
The contrast of expectation and reality for women in the workplace is difficult to tackle, writes Anna Kochetkova, but the situation is improving…and productivity is increasing.
Taking on Jacob Lynagh’s reply to Clem Ford’s #QuestionsForMen article, Chelsea Corless argues that pitting men’s rights against women’s is counterproductive.
Jacob Lynagh puts forth some potentially divisive and controversial #QuestionsForWomen in response to Clementine Ford’s #QuestionsForMen.
Bianka Farmakis understands the feminist label turning people off when it is synonymous with self-righteousness and bra-burning, but to turn away from the movement’s cause is to turn away from humanity.
Katherine Quinn reckons the Australian Open and the WTA in general could be a trailblazer for women’s sport…if only they would allow for a five-set game. #equalityinsport
Conrad Liveris wants to see more women in leadership, hell, EVERYONE wants to see more women in leadership…so come on PM, where are they?
For Mia Falstein-Rush, in an ideal world, we’d only acknowledge female filmmakers for the content of their films, not their gender.
The G20 gets things done when it decides to take action, but Conrad Liveris thinks they need to take a look in their own backyard first when it comes to gender equality.