Feminism in the 21st century

A snapshot of views on women’s rights, gender bias and the equality of the sexes

FT writers give very different and personal views on what the movement means to them

Revelations about Harvey Weinstein are just one sign of how movie culture is fuelled by a ‘tanker of testosterone’

Hattie Garlick discovers that gender stereotyping starts early

As ‘identity politics’ is forced on to the defensive, advocates for women’s rights are finding new ways to make their voices heard

Women-only spaces in the US have had a new lease of life in the age of Trump

Shared parental leave promises to bring radical change to the way mothers and fathers divided up work and childcare

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