A proposed law in France will fine cat-callers and wolf-whistlers on the spot. The new initiative, led by gender equality minister Marlène Schiappa, is seeking to tackle sexism, sexual violence and harassment in the European country. According to RTL, the bill will be voted on by members of Parliament next year.
"It's very nonscripted, it's spontaneous, it's overlapping, and it's very much like real life," says “Together Live” tour co-founder Jennifer Rudolph Walsh.
More than 31,000 women have responded to the #MeToo call-out, including celebrities such as Anna Paquin, Selma Blair, Debra Messing, and Anika Noni Rose.
A princess has been named to head a Saudi multi-sports federation, in a first for women in the conservative Muslim kingdom where men dominate all sports, an official said Saturday. The official, speaking on condition of anonymity, told AFP that Princess Rima bint Bandar bin Sultan has become "the first woman to lead a federation" covering sporting activities for men and women. In August 2016, the princess scored another first for women in Saudi Arabia when she was named by the cabinet to a senior post in the kingdom's equivalent of a sports ministry.
Why do many of the most famous women in sports media embody hyper-feminine molds? Big hair, lots of makeup, and short skirts does not make a sports reporter—or does it?
Next time you can’t seem to get out of bed and get yourself to work, think about Kelly Frey. A local news anchor for WTAE in Pittsburgh, Penn., Frey was out of bed and on her way to work at 3 AM for her morning broadcast — until a fallen tree quite literally blocked her path. “What do you do when a tree is blocking your only way into work at approximately 3 AM?” she wrote on Facebook.
“As soon as you use the word ‘beautiful’ you are taking the conversation somewhere that isn’t professional,” said a LinkedIn user who added “Mrs.” to her profile.
Sept. 26 marks the 5th anniversary of NARAL’s #MenForChoice initiative, which underscores the way men are standing up for women’s health and equality.
When asked to describe her career, the 30-year- old blogger turned Instagram star turned YouTube star says, “Right now, I’m a body-positive activist, Muslim feminist influencer, and a writer.”
Whitson's 665 days off the planet — 288 days on this mission alone — exceeds that of any other American and any other woman worldwide.
Laura Kenny is a British four-time Olympic medaling cyclist. So it was pretty surprising when The Times captioned a photo taken at Wimbledon of Kenny and her husband, cyclist Jason Kenny who is also an Olympic medalist, “Cyclist Jason Kenny was with his pregnant wife Laura.” And outcry has been swift.
The Senate health care bill will have a drastic effect on Planned Parenthood in Alaska, according to a new study shared exclusively with Yahoo Beauty.