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'A society that is open to see past the great gender divide and choose leaders based on their moral and professional record will tremendously benefit from it'
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When disinformation is weaponized against women, misogyny rears its ugly head
House Bill No. 6769 seeks to penalize those who would favor male over female employees in the assignment of duties in the workplace
'The role of legislation in this case is to rip away the protective veil of sexual discrimination,' says Labor and employment committee chair Randolph Ting, who sponsors the bill on second reading
Don't be fooled. Benevolent sexism lives on in silence and maintains the harm.
On the dating app, women are required to message matches first. But is it as 'feminist' as it claims?
Rappler is a finalist in two categories of the Society of Publishers in Asia Awards: 'Excellence in Reporting on Women's Issues' and 'Excellence in Journalistic Innovation'
Yes, we have made steps in the right direction, but there's still a lot to be done when it comes to women's rights
Filipinas are not just outnumbered by their male counterparts in the labor force; a bigger share of employed women in the country work in jobs lacking decent working conditions
Many were bothered and offended by it As we all rightly should says the Vice President a day after President Duterte teased her about her short skirts
For many women and girls in developing countries menstruation increases their risk of infection and makes them vulnerable to bullying and teasing
This has never been and will never be consistent with the values of the Liberal Party say Representatives Henedina Abad Josephine Sato and Kaka Bag ao
The administration standard bearer says he will not tolerate in any aspect of the campaign this sort of abuse of women
Here s the problem with the cool girls who set unrealistic standards of success and beauty
The author takes the first step in removing the stigma attached with the natural process of menstruation by talking about it
A senior security official in Mingora insists the court had sentenced all 10 men to life imprisonment accusing the police of lying
The message on the Shoemart shirts endorses a criminal act I hope protests continue till they really do something substantial and not just the bare minimum to make the controversy go away
Rappler s forum on gender and job security shows that women from different sectors continue to experience discrimination and abuse in the workplace
A Metro Manila wide survey commissioned by Rappler and Pantene paints a fairly liberated view of women but also shows certain prejudices against them
India s new sex crime laws do not go far enough to protect women or tackle gender inequality says the UN Special Rapporteur on violence against women