A Louisville, Kentucky, reporter is speaking out after a man attempted to kiss her while she was reporting live on-air. "I hope he hears me," she said. "I hope we can all grow from this."
Former Miss America Cara Mund accused organizers of "insulting, alienating and discrediting the thousands of women" who took part in swimsuit competitions.
A nine-year veteran of broadcast journalism struck back at a viewer after he offered her some nasty, unsolicited fashion advice.
The top-ranked 17-year-old swimmer, who is expected to compete at the collegiate level in the future, was the only athlete disqualified at the meet, despite wearing the same swimsuit as her teammates.
The lawsuit, filed on the grounds of gender discrimination, states that three male colleagues deemed "too tall" were reassigned to other jets, while the female pilot was terminated.
"The View" co-host claims women in media wouldn't get away with an "obscenity-filled tirade" like Cuomo, who is being backed by CNN.
“I would never, ever want the light to shine away from another female, specifically another black female athlete,” Williams says she wrote to Naomi Osaka.
74 attorneys in Jackson County, Missouri, took a stand against a new jail policy that's been called "sexist and arbitrary."
Ava McDermott and her friend Sophia created a Change.org petition that inspired their school district to write a new dress code.
"I‘ve had mornings where I wake up & the 1st thing I do w/ my coffee is review photos of the men (it’s always men) who want to kill me," Ocasio-Cortez tweeted.
Catholic high school students are protesting a new anti-skirt policy meant to encourage “modesty” and prevent male teachers from feeling “uncomfortable” while addressing violations.
"Your behavior is a turn-off most of the time," read one response after "The View" co-host complained about being viewed as "hysterical."
Girls’ Life magazine has been called out for a sexist cover about makeup, boyfriends, and kissing, while Boys’ Life focuses on finding your dream career.