Below are the best articles we could find on Gender Justice and gender discrimination.
Evidence shows that women are less self-assured than men—and that to succeed, confidence matters as much as competence. Here's why, and what to do about it.
Writing in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, Dr. Felicia H. Stewart and Dr. James Trussell have estimated that there are twenty-five thousand rape-related pregnancies each year in the United States.
It can’t be about “empowerment” any longer. To make real progress, it has to be about power—using and growing the power we women already have.
Feminism, when you look at it as Gloria Steinem does, as the recognition of the full humanity and full equality of both men and women, is peace work
Black women are 37 cents behind men in the pay gap—in other words, for every dollar a man makes, black women make 63 cents.
With her play and her talk, did the soccer star inspire us to redefine the meaning of sports? She tried.
The constant scrutiny into the runner’s medical history reveals what happens to women who don’t conform to stereotypes.
“I’m Gloria Steinem, and I wish I were in every one of your classrooms,” Steinem said by way of introducing herself to the group, whose members sat at tables arranged in an egalitarian square shape in the society’s imposing library.
After fifty years, Gloria Steinem is still at the forefront of the feminist cause.
Legal protections against pregnancy discrimination are one thing. Actual feelings of security are another.
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