The BBC2 TV series is validating and dispiriting at the same time.
As new film Bad Moms reveals, what the cool girl is to the diet-obsessed prom queen, the cool mum is to the PTA harpy.
A new parliamentary report seeks to expand how far a doctor’s “conscientious objection” to providing abortion can stretch.
The law can, and should, recognise that women’s access to work and the financial rewards that come with it is not the same as men’s.
The debate over gender in sport shows just how difficult it is to draw a sharp distinction between male and female bodies.
With Labour about to elect a male leader for the 16th time, why do so many people reject the idea that left-wing politics can be sexist?
And let us not overlook the new trend in politics for lesbians in high places.
Any woman who spends much time around the Conservative party is used to seeing Maggie surface as the spectral trump card against every accusation of sexism. Let's not do the same with May as Prime Minister.
In the Darkroom charts the author's relationship with her transgender parent.
I have spent the day being told I should be pleased that the future leader of my country will be female. This is the feminist revolution in the same way that the Charge of the Light Brigade was a military triumph.
The idea of the stay-at-home dad is older than we think.