The fight for women's rights has too often been stigmatised and ignored in favour of race politics.
Fleekâ€™s the new buzzword for trendy. But when it comes to whatâ€™s on your feet, only men can be fleek, writes Haji Mohamed Dawjee.
Women gamers are receiving harsh threats online for "poking deftly into the subculture's most sensitive nerve", writes Alistair Fairweather.
Given the choice between fighting gender norms and period pain, you will be tempted to choose the latter. Donâ€™t do that, writes Haji Mohamed Dawjee.
Men should realise that violence against women is fuelled by our own sexist attitudes.
The struggle for gender equality has often been driven from outside the ANC.
Kate Bush shows how women come into their own if men donâ€™t mess with their creativity.
Where was the missing link that allowed for the publishing of the contentious Grazia tweet? Some of our colleagues at the M&G weighed in.
Sexual discrimination is deeply entrenched in China, but a few brave women are fighting back.
Tens of thousands of women shared social media pictures of themselves under #nomakeupselfies before Cancer Research UK piggybacked to raise funds.
Feminism is dealing not just with sexism, but also its own uneasy relationship with privilege and race.
Feminism is in need of a global rethink that will banish stereotypes and inspire women.
After attending a talk on women in politics in South Africa, Deshnee Subramany feels the discussion moved too far away from the people at hand.
Women posed as dead bodies are an advertising staple, including the new Marc Jacobs ad with Miley Cyrus. Why does fashion fetishise the female corpse?
Julius Malema has emerged as an unlikely feminist after a recent rally, but gender experts have slammed the political leader for being opportunistic.
Most women don't have time to fight for their gender all the time. They may even diet or twerk. Feminism can ill afford to lose their voices.
Men's rights activists live in an imaginary world where false accusations of rape are a bigger problem than actual rape, writes Chris McEvoy.
Feminism has forsaken solidarity, contributing instead to individuated, globalised neoliberalism.
Attempts to sex up and spruce up feminism to make it more palatable takes away its reason to exist, writes Laurie Penny.