London’s Metropolitan Police Force is appealing to the public to report “hate crime related to the Covid-19 pandemic”.
Grand Valley State announced this week that it will open a girls-only STEM camp to boys to settle a Title IX complaint filed by University of Michigan-Flint professor Mark Perry.
Victoria’s Secret chose the middle of a worldwide pandemic to launch its spring campaign featuring transgender and plus-sized models. But interested consumers will have to wait as the lingerie brand said this week that it is closing its physical and online stores due to the coronavirus.
Marvel Comics has announced the superhero lineup for its New Warriors comic featuring characters named “Safe Space” and “Snowflake,” a tongue-in-cheek attempt to mock the terms often applied to leftists.
Disney will not be adding the 1946 animation Song Of The South to its Disney+ streaming service because it is “not appropriate in today’s world,” the company’s executive chairman Bob Iger said this week.
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has dismissed the case of two Christian midwives who were denied jobs in Sweden for refusing to perform abortions, ruling that the violation of the women’s consciences as “proportionate.”
Sir. Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web, thinks the web is “not working for women and girls.”
“Captain Marvel” star Brie Larson is telling women that they should “refuse to compromise” in a new, feminist-themed commercial for the Nissan Sentra that encourages consumers to fight the patriarchy and, of course, buy Nissan.
Why doesn’t CBS News disclose all the words and terms where “black” is used as a positive, or “white” as a negative?
A coalition of feminist groups, many representing the abortion lobby, is demanding the 2020 Democrats select a woman for vice president.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) on Tuesday accused Republican Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (D-CA) of sending a “bigoted” message on the coronavirus for noting its place of origin and demanded him to delete his message and “apologize immediately.”
The abortion industry celebrated “Abortion Provider Appreciation Day,” in honor of the medical providers who terminate pregnancies in the United States.
“Orange Is the New Black” star Yael Stone recently confessed that she might not have had children if she had been more informed about climate change.
A former student of the University of La Verne was arrested for allegedly sending ten racist threats against herself, as well as the student group with which she had a leadership role. The 25-year-old former student also claimed that she had “found a smoking backpack” in her car before being “assaulted by a masked man” on campus.
A bill in the Wyoming legislation to criminalize the practice of female genital mutilation (FGM) on minors that has bipartisan support is being slammed by transgender activists who claim it discriminates against those who might want surgery to alter their biological sex.
Two pediatricians say a study’s data actually reveals the opposite of what its authors conclude about puberty blockers and mental health.
Marietta College in Marietta, Ohio, fired tenure-track professor Bo Winegard last week without explanation. Now, Winegard is making the case that the college fired him for his conservative views.
London mayor Sadiq Khan declared himself a “proud feminist” and “ally” — “unlike the President of the USA” — and claimed climate change “impacts women and girls more than anyone else”.
The University of Wisconsin-La Crosse hosted a “Sexual Health Week” featuring a clitoral masturbation” teach-in equipped with a free sex toy giveaway, as well as “sex jeopardy,” and “condom bingo,” among other events.
Trevor Phillips, a veteran anti-racism campaigner, accused the Labour Party of “shutting down debate” after he was expelled from the party over allegedly Islamophobic statements concerning Pakistani grooming gangs.
A group of 31 women formed a topless human chain in London to protest against allegedly man-made climate change on International Women’s Day. (Warning: explicit images.)
A report from the Swedish Defence Research Institute (FOI) has claimed that Sweden may have the largest portion of so-called involuntarily celibate (incel) people in the world.
Good grief, cop killers and other convicted criminals have been allowed to publish books in this country, going back 65 years to Caryl Chessman, but Woody Allen is blacklisted.
Scott Presler said President Donald Trump’s tweets about the trash-filled streets in Baltimore inspired him to help clean up the city.
NEW YORK (AP) — Woody Allen’s publisher has decided to cancel the planned release of his memoir “Apropos of Nothing.”
Ben Carson told the House Appropriations Committee the rights of transgender individuals do not trump those of abused women in federally-funded homeless shelters.
Social media giant Twitter has issued an update to its “hateful conduct” rules to further ban tweets that may target different age groups, and the disabled.