Feminist campaigners are being accused of secretly filming dancers in legal strip clubs in a bid to try and shut them down.
A comedian has raised over £70,000 for charity by replying to every person asking “When is International Men’s Day?” on Twitter.
Kensington Palace has said reports that the Duchess of Sussex wants to raise her child gender fluid are “totally false”.
A debate on the Matthew Wright show tackled feminism, including whether women can be both sexy and feminist, and if the #MeToo movement has had the impact women hoped for.
A debate on the Matthew Wright show tackled the issue of transgender rights and toilets, and whether a trans person’s right to identify as the opposite gender should come before a biological woman’s concerns about sharing a private space with someone who may have a penis.
Professor Ellis Cashmore, Visiting Professor of Sociology at Aston University has said that the two children family has been “disappearing for the best part of a century”, as new figures show that families are now only having one child.
Writer Andy West has said that the feminist agenda is “toxic” and going to end up “holding men back”, which he thinks will not help women either.
Martin Daubney, co-founder of Men and Boys Coalition has said that feminism is only an issue talked about by “the privileged”, after new research found that feminism made men more ambitious because of competition for top jobs.
Michael Graham argues that men and women are inherently different in his latest column
Julia Hartley-Brewer had a heated debate with Clare Murphy from the British Pregnancy Advisory Service
James took on Harriet in a gender grudge match to mark International Women's Day
Danczuk asks 'if women don't want to be looked at, why is the UK beauty business one of the biggest in the world?'
Julia speaks to MP Maria Miller about latest figures on sexual harassment at work
Many have praised the student for her work and asked for it to be available on a t-shirt
Harman tells Eamonn Holmes she was bombarded with abuse when she first became an MP
Miriam Gonzalez, who supports the Inspiring Girls campaign, defended Formula 1's "sensible business decision" to get rid of its Grid Girls. However, when asked what she thought about F1 operating in countries where women's rights are scarce, she promptly zipped up.
Eamonn says men need to understand what its like to be female, 100 years after the first women were granted the vote
May tweets group photo of female MPs without senior-most Labour figures
It wasn't just men who were opposed to the idea of women voting
Our talkRADIO host asked listeners whether they thought she was exploiting her new recruits
It seems the campaign for women's rights is resulting in some losing their jobs
Alexa used to thank people for using derogatory terms towards it, but this has now changed
The 78-year-old has said in the 'old days' women would 'slap down' men trying to harass them
The video shows women sexually harassing men in the way you might expect men to harass women
A Parliamentary inquiry is to begin on the sexual harassment of women and girls in public places
Journalist Harriet Minter tells us why Catherine Deneuve's letter is wrong
You might have experienced some pretty poor dates or online dating conversations, but some have experienced very offensive messages
Emma Hayes also says women's brains are wired differently to men's and women would have no problem seeing naked men in the changing room
Kate Morgan made the outrageous comment on Twitter
The president of Iran's weightlifting federation has said the country has 'talented female athletes'
Football team Boca Juniors has claimed that the cheerleader group 'reify women'
The spaces are usually wider than others and near the exit of the car park
From Gamergate to gutter-dwelling pick-up artists, we dive deep the misogynist alliance at the heart of the Trump-voting right
Katie Hopkins is no stranger to surrounding herself in controversy by making some shocking comments
Campaigner Natasha Devon says segregating men and women is a step backwards
Management of the nightclub say they were unaware of the sign but will remove it
Police were removing people from the sit-in and taking their names but as they did so others took their place in the protest
The police officer said feminine care signs should be changed to descriptions such as 'personal care' or personal hygiene'
Sundar Pichai says he wants girls to know there is a place for them in the technology industry
Whittaker could inspire a new generation of young girls
Girls were previously not allowed to take part was it was deemed by some as immodest
The Speed Sisters compete against male racing drivers and often compete for a title or bragging rights
A female-only music festival is being organised in Sweden - but Julia believes it is a retrograde step
Amber Rose belittles all of us by showing off her lady garden on Twitter
Jinwar Free Women's Village is being created by the Kurdish community of Northern Syria and the women creating it say they're fighting for a peaceful, self-sustaining life
A cinema in Texas announced a women-only screening of Wonder Woman which sold out in just under two hours
Former crew leader on the Maiden yacht Tracy Edwards announces the support of Jordan's Princess Haya Bint Hussain in their restoration project
All UK companies with more than 250 employees are now required to publish the average pay for men and women, in an attempt to close the gender pay gap
David Moyes has threatened to slap a female reporter, however it seems football has long had a problem with the role of women in the sport
Columnist for the Daily Mail Amanda Platell also says women's groups are not promoting equality by claiming all women are victims
Sir Roger Gale was criticised for calling two women who work in his office 'girls,' as some claimed it was a demeaning term
Retiring Judge Lindsey Kushner has warned women against getting too drunk in order to protect themselves better from rapists and the two talkRADIO presenters do not see eye to eye on the matter
As we mark the annual day to celebrate women, what would be different in a matriarchal society?
The results were found by a survey commissioned by Plan International UK