The workplace #MeToo backlash, queer life in Sāmoa, ditching the makeup bag, tales of female desire and do women have better sex in socialist states?
The #MeToo movement and the reduction in harassment it has achieved has brought with it a ‘backlash’ with negative side effects for women’s careers, research has found.
Fa`afafine, transgender, and queer people of Sāmoa tell their own stories in a new book.
"Instead of a quest for a sort of humanitarian equality we've moved to a kind of female chauvinism."
“Beyonce is brilliant, talented, strong, amazing - but she’s not a feminist because she’s a strong woman."
For the past three years, Australian journalist Jane Gilmore has made it her mission to fix headlines that label, blame and shame women.
Vogue sex columnist and 'sexpert' Karley Sciortino fronts the VICE TV show Slutever.
Lisa Taddeo spent eight years tracking the women whose stories comprise her book Three Women, which explores our complicated relationship with sex.
Former stripper Hadassah Grace has written a book of poetry called How to Take Off Your Clothes.
Socialism offers women more opportunities to live better lives than unregulated capitalism, says university professor Kristen Ghodsee.
The internet has given women in music more autonomy but hasn't really changed the way they're regarded in the industry, says music critic Amy Raphael.