The increased attention on men's violence may actually be making perpetrators more dangerous, says Jess Hill, who has spent four years getting inside the mind of abusive men.
The Matildas have already achieved something the Socceroos could not, but they are not being paid properly for their success, writes Kate O'Halloran.
Priya once dreamed of being Miss Nepal. Now, she is the country's sole female rescue pilot, leading an all-male team to save lives on Mount Everest.
The "involuntary celibate" are going to extreme lengths to physically embody the male ideal, but all the surgery in the world will not make misogyny attractive, Emma Jane writes.
Even in this modern age things work differently in Parliament for mums and dads and the sorts of decisions that plague mothers in politics do not seem to interfere unduly with the decisions of fathers. But there might be a solution, writes Annabel Crabb.
No longer satisfied with the status quo, the female designers of 'pleasure products' are reshaping an industry that once gave short shrift to the female anatomy.
Sarah Harden heads up the media company owned by actor Reese Witherspoon. Together they're working to "put women at the centre" of an industry dominated by men.
A simple request from Australian singer-songwriter Thelma Plum has birthed a "matriarchy" of women on local music video sets.
On January 22, 1856, an extraordinary event in Australia's history occurred. And its protagonist, the "famous" Mrs Fanny Finch, deserves a more prominent place in history, writes Kacey Sinclair
Former ABC chair Justin Milne demeaned Michelle Guthrie if reports he called her "the missus" at work are true. Workplace language can be a quagmire, so here's how to choose your words carefully, writes Gary Nunn.