Dusan Tynek’s “Middlegame” goes beyond the artistic to shed light on some of the political and gender tensions we’re currently facing.
Tel Aviv designer Naama Agassi discusses her trophy design for the iphiGenia Gender Design Award and why it’s based on starfish.
Here’s a piece of advice for you, guys: You don’t need to be ashamed of your privilege—but you need to be aware of it.
A growing drag king scene in New York, led by Lee Valone Velour and others, shows that masculinity comes in many forms, and gender is performance.
Men and women are exploring their sexual fantasies more than ever before. One show, Mercy Mistress, takes an in-depth look at kink.
In 2014, Janet Yellen became the first female chair of the Federal Reserve—a historic appointment, given that women make up less than 30 percent of the economic field.
2016 has been a difficult year, one that’s seen a type of social and political heartache many would like to forget; it’s also been a year filled with strong female voices speaking out against racism, sexism …
To the chagrin of many, the UN’s next leader will be not a woman. However, he—Antonio Guterres, former Portuguese prime minister and head of the UN refugee committee—did campaign on a promise of gender parity.
The world of publishing has traditionally been considered a boys’ club. But according to publishing executive Erin Cox, sexism is only part of the picture.
Katherine Johnson’s mathematical genius helped her defy racial and gender barriers and NASA.
STEM-oriented professions are experiencing significant growth, but is gender still a problem?
As a letterer and graphic designer, Isabel Urbina Peña has a longstanding passion for everything related to letters. … These discussions led her to create the Yes, Equal project, a database of female creatives.
In recent history, a growing acknowledgement of gender disparity in the workplace has led to more conversations about women’s initiatives and an increased focus on mentorship programs.
One of the many recent projects that have set out to explore the issue of gender and its relation to childhood is JeongMee Yoon’s “The Pink and Blue Project,” in which the artist photographed children’s rooms filled with products in only two colors.