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Combating sexism in the workplace has become all the rage, and rightly so. There is no excuse — not now, not ever — for treating women differently from men when it comes to pay and compensation, in representation on corporate boards or in the ...
The New York Times is facing blowback on social media after publishing an essay by an African-American reporter who accused white women of racism for not ceding space on city sidewalks to black men. In a Wednesday essay titled "Was That Racist," ...
Six months ago, one powerful white man in the White House, watched by seven more, signed a piece of paper that will prevent millions of women around the world from deciding what they can and can't do with their own bodies. In that moment, on his very ...
The U.S. owned drugstore chain, Boots, stands accused of sexism after its top pharmacist suggested lowering the price of the morning after pill could be "incentivizing inappropriate use". The Walgreen firm is the U.K.'s largest drugstore with more than ...
Wake up, Boots. You can't judge women who need the morning-after pill
Labour Has Accused Boots Of "Infantilising" Women Over Morning After Pill Charges
Boots is charging women high rates for the morning after pill because they think we might use it 'inappropriately ...
In 2017, women have the right to work, vote, eat Yorkie bars and now…wait for it… we can even drink beer. Not just the pale ale consumed our male comrades, oh no. Aurosa, a Czech Republic-based brewery, has launched “beer for her”, a premium ...