Female students called the dress code, which banned everything from tube tops to open-toed shoes, "degrading" and "unreasonable."
Critics have accused "Candy Shop Mansion" of objectifying women and posting inappropriate content, but it's survived a two-week Instagram ban.
Marriage and family life can certainly affect your career, but now an NBC commentator is suggesting that it can affect your athletic performance, too. Broadcaster Bode Miller is in hot water over his comments about Austrian skier Anna Veith. Veith was a gold medallist at the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, but came in 15th after competing in women's giant slalom in PyeongChang on Wednesday.
"Sports Illustrated is always selling the same idea: All female bodies are to be desired. All are objects."
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.
A job advert has been slammed online for saying potential candidates must have the “ability to deal with male banter and be sociable, but not distracting”.
"I went on to imagine a parallel universe, where roles are inverted and men are given a taste of their own sexist poison.”
"I don't come to the gym to be sexualized. I don't come to the gym to have my body on display," said one of the women in the video.
"For those concerned with the price of my Globes sweater, I just don't think a $5,000 gown would have added to the conversation in the same way."
In light of the Time's Up movement, which celebrities marked by wearing all black to the 2018 Golden Globes, one wonders: Why can't smart women love fashion and be activists for change?
The combined salaries of "Today" anchors Hoda Kotb and Savannah Guthrie don't equal what the ousted Matt Lauer took home.
"I stand by my actions and hope that I've inspired women to feel comfortable in their bodies, no matter how they look."
A new advertisement has opened a Pandora’s box for the Danish jewelry brand of the same name. “We could not believe it, but unfortunately it’s all true,” they captioned their photo of the advertisement.
Amid the many headlines published on Monday about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s engagement, one stood out. Written by Joe, the website described the news with as “Successful actress Meghan Markle to wed former soldier.”
A fifth grader in Atlanta is taking on the city Board of Education’s dress code in an effort to be able to wear leggings at school.
According to a WWD report, Condé Nast and Vanity Fair employees disapproved of VF's new editor Radhika Jones's fashion choices. Here's why that's sexist, and how people are reacting.
“What made me want to do this was the fact that women in my school get dress-coded for showing a little shoulder or some stomach area,” says Phil Rodriguez.