With the Hollywood film due out, who were the real foot soldiers of the early feminist movement?
Photos posted by parents account for over half of content found on child abuse websites
Critics argue the contest encourages trans woman to conform to patriarchal ideals of femininity
Tech giant could also be hit with £10,000 fine if found guilty of 'promoting non-traditional relationships'
44 years ago today, marijuana was banned – the length of time other drugs have been illegal may surprise you
Technology is helping China move 250 million people from the countryside to its new 'smart cities' by 2025
From pay gaps to a lack of meaningful roles, gender inequality is still rampant in the movie industry
Guilty verdict shows that gender identity is a legal and ethical minefield when it comes to sex
Barriers to opening accounts may be 'unnecessarily high' for women in developing countries
Debunking the myths that Britain is a refugee magnet and asylum seekers are a burden on the state
Graphic photographs of child washed up on Turkish beach should 'force the EU to come together'
Politicians fail to agree on a way forward as the government faces urgent calls to do more to help
ITV's chat show invited audience to vote in a poll asking: 'is it ever a woman's fault if she is raped?'
Murder of journalists 'a macabre reminder' of how cyberspace has become a conduit for scenes of death
The pay gap between male and female managers stands at £8,524 – equating to 57 days of unpaid labour a year
Iain Duncan Smith's plan to encourage more people into work has already angered disability campaigners
Women have begun registering to vote for the first time, but their daily lives remain severely restricted
Greater awareness of transgender rights has not translated into broad acceptance, campaigners warn
Artist Jani Leinonen will run a series of lectures and workshops teaching young people how to be activists
Dozens arrested as armed vigilantes known as 'oath keepers' add to tensions on street