Ads that include "harmful" gender stereotypes, such as a man being unable to change a nappy, are banned under new rules that come into force today.
A player for QPR FC Women has criticised the lack of availability of the Women’s World Cup collectable stickers.
Theresa May's gift to Melania Trump has been described as “lazy sexism” by a member of the Women’s Equality Party.
A mum-of-two has criticised the chain for selling a babygrow emblazoned with the phrase 'Lock Up Your Daughters'.
An MP has launched a bid to stop products from being priced differently based on whether they are targeted towards men or women.
Upskirting, the act of taking a photo up someone’s clothing, is set to become a crime after being approved by the House of Lords, with offenders to face up to two years in prison.
Ben Dellot, Head of Royal Society of Arts' Future Work Centre has said that women have “borne the brunt” of job losses due to automation and austerity.
The Advertising Standards Authority has introduced a ban on adverts that feature stereotypical gender roles or characteristics.
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.
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.
Sir Steve Webb, a former Pensions Minister has said that businesses need to “retain older workers” but that as a “man in his 50s” he admits he has lived a “privilege existence”.
Tissue brand Kleenex will phase out its 'Mansize' tissues after customers complained that the name was sexist.
The document by The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy defines women as "emotional, vulnerable, and concerned with appearance."
Stuart Napper caused controversy on Twitter after putting out a job request for a “young lad” for a roofing job, but he says he was “just trying to find a young lad to give him a decent start” and would “absolutely” take a young woman if she applied for the job.
The shadow foreign secretary has weighed in on the university study suggesting the Mr Men and Little Miss books are sexist.
The email was sent on the man's last day working for The&Partnership in London
Danczuk asks 'if women don't want to be looked at, why is the UK beauty business one of the biggest in the world?'
The sign said 'no shirt no service' next to an image of a man and 'no shirt free beer' next to an image of a woman
Charles Wooley asked the Prime Minister about the conception of her baby and called her attractive
Brendan O'Neill says we have to question the #MeToo and Time's Up movements in light of the Brendan Cox affair
The shop in Bolton was using a sign that said 'girls' instead of 'women,' even though the sign for males said 'men'
Carla Forcada says she was insulted by Spanish PR agency Impulsa Comunicacion
Many are calling for Orelsan to be stripped of his Victories of Music awards
Julia speaks to MP Maria Miller about latest figures on sexual harassment at work
The shopping trolleys feature images of women and children on safety instructions but not men
Dany Cotton says people sent hateful letters to her over calling for people to use the term firefighter
Neville can say what he likes. The reality is that his appointment demonstrates the FA at its very worst
The civil war in Haringey distils the Corbynite-Blairite feud to first principles. And there'll be plenty more battles to come
The advert asks applicants to 'deal with the male banter and be sociable but not distracting'
talkRADIO newsreader Sandy Warr says that attacking the former Manchester United star is missing the bigger picture
Saira Khan has said people shouldn't' have the ability to go back far into your social media history
The company are using an image of the same woman but with different clothes in a different setting
Neville faced torrent of criticism after being named coach of England Women's team
The editor of The New European says criticism shows ignorance around how creating a newspaper works
Galloway also laid into Toby Young, condemning him as a 'supuriating sore, seeping, weeping, vile bile'
James Damore says Google used illegal hiring quotas and shamed bosses into complying
Butler says she has serious objections to Young's appointment
Abbott was responding to an article which dug up a series of Johnson's old articles
Danczuk says there's nothing wrong with calling a customer 'honey' and people in the north wouldn't be offended
Young has faced fury from left-wingers following his appointment to the board of the new Office for Students
The advert shows Cara Delevingne walking down the street whilst men comment on her shoes
Kevin Hart spoke about the roles of mothers and fathers during this monologue on Saturday Night Live
You might have experienced some pretty poor dates or online dating conversations, but some have experienced very offensive messages
Charlie Silcox said 'rape is only unconsensual for about 8 seconds...after that...she loves it'
Stephen Callaghan wrote a letter which said his daughter left for school in 2017 'but when she returned home in the afternoon she was from 1968'
Jane Merrick, the former political editor of The Independent on Sunday, has been included as one of thee 'silence breakers'