One critic of the feminist T-shirt wrote, "Lol. Hate it when Hollywood, companies use success as a platform to preach!!"
"Having #ItAll would mean living in a world where there is no multi-billion dollar weight loss industry telling us we aren't good enough the way we are and we need to buy product after product to feel/be better," one critic tweeted.
"It is this attitude that puts women off and another barrier stopping them from going into male-dominated careers," she wrote in a series of now-viral tweets.
During the day, an assistant principal pulled Brittney Coelho aside to point out an issue with her wardrobe — the fact that she wasn’t wearing a bra.
A 15-year-old Ontario high school student posted signs accusing the dress code of "objectifying women" and "perpetuating rape culture."
A spokesperson expressed "regret" over the ad, which prompted an outcry from shoppers and mockery from a rival store.
Romance-fueled narratives are everywhere, but I have found myself increasingly agitated and confounded by their presence and prevalence in kids’ media.
Appearing on a panel for the 35th anniversary of "Scarface," the actress was questioned about her weight in the film, and the moderator was immediately slammed for being condescending.
Bill Brown, a former Navy officer, couldn’t resist writing this in response to a Facebook post seeking female Navy officers: “So glad I am retired and not involved with this social engineering experiment.”
One heartening aspect of people’s focus on the trivial was this: At least a man was being subjected to the same detailed scrutiny that’s routine for high-profile women.
McCain's defense of retiring speaker of the House Paul Ryan was met with tweets calling her a "brat" — something she says a man wouldn't have to deal with.
Teens in Quebec are decorating their clothing with yellow squares to protest their “restrictive and sexist” school dress code — with female students demanding to ditch their bras.
“The dean told me it was to save myself from my own embarrassment," says Lizzie Martinez, 17. "If it truly was that, the students that were talking about me, that should have been addressed and not me.”
Bailey Davis, a cheerleader for the New Orleans Saints, says she was fired after three seasons with the squad for posting a photo of herself in a one-piece outfit to Instagram. Her lawyer claims a double standard.
Female students called the dress code, which banned everything from tube tops to open-toed shoes, "degrading" and "unreasonable."
Renowned trauma researcher, advocate, and psychiatrist Bessel van der Kolk has been fired from the therapy center he founded 35 years ago, following allegations of bullying.
Following backlash over a recent sexist tweet, Arrogant Bastard beer's co-founder has issued a statement apologizing for "distastefully making light of a very serious issue in today's society."
Critics have accused "Candy Shop Mansion" of objectifying women and posting inappropriate content, but it's survived a two-week Instagram ban.
Canadian UFC fighter Elias "The Spartan" Theodorou is about to make history as the first ring boy that MMA has ever seen.
Model Kate Upton followed through on a promise to reveal details about her allegation of sexual misconduct against Guess co-founder Paul Marciano, saying the fashion executive repeatedly groped her and called her a “fat pig” after she rejected him.
In this installment of a new column, "The #MeToo Guide to Raising Boys," Yahoo Lifestyle examines the concept of "toxic masculinity."
Humans of Fashion, here just in time for New York Fashion Week, is an NGO with a mandate to "create a safer workplace" for fashion industry employees of all types, launched as a response to the #TimesUp movement.
Those who have seen "The Big Sick," inspired by Kumail Nanjiani and Emily Gordon's real-life love story, know that the pair has been confronted with their fair share of discrimination throughout their relationship.