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Jul 17, 2019
Alzheimers spread differently in men, women more likely to develop it: new studyDiagnosing women for Alzheimers is harder as they tend to do better in verbal tests than men.
Jun 19, 2019
Maharashtra textbooks do away with gender stereotypes; illustrations depicting male chefs, policewomen aimed at 'social changes,' says senior officialBalbharati, the state curriculum board, has changed many of its illustrations and texts to uphold gender equality and portray women in a more progressive light
Mar 08, 2019
Women's Day 2019: Men look forward to helping women get empowered, create a more equal world for them to co-existInternational Women's Day is celebrated every year on 8 March to honour the strength and power of one half of the world and the reason for the other half, women. This year's theme is: 'Balance for Better'
Jan 27, 2019
Amazon face-detection technology shows bias, discrimination against minoritiesAmazon's Facial-detection tech misidentifies women, particularly those with darker skin.
Jan 10, 2019
Robotic sex toy stripped off CES 2019 Innovation Award for being 'immoral'Lora DiCarlo won an award at CES 2019 and then the organisers took it away, calling it 'immoral.'
Aug 14, 2018
Photographer Vincent Dolman addresses rigid views of masculinity through images of Indian men holding handsThe men in Dolman’s photos are largely young and exuberant, unsealed by perception around them. Also, as Dolman points out, it is starkly different from the sexual context of touch in the west.
Jun 26, 2018
Saudi Arabian women face backlash after authorities overturn ban on female driving; most remain defiantLong relegated to the back seat, Saudi women celebrated taking the wheel for the first time this week in a much-awaited rite of passage, but one crucial hurdle remains – the attitude of men.
Jun 21, 2018
Women more likely to experience neck pain during iPad use than men: Study70 percent of female respondents reported symptoms of iPad neck as compared to 30 percent of men.
Feb 22, 2018
In decade to 2015-16, exposure to media fell for those who spent more years in school, finds reportResearch shows exposure and access to media — which usually go hand in hand with higher education and income levels — are crucial for better health outcomes.
Jan 26, 2018
Raisina Dialogue 2018: How internalised gender bias makes women undermine themselvesInternalised gender stereotypes don’t just prevent women from moving up the work ladder but also pull them back and gives them a disconcerting feeling of being inept.