Lucy Finlay avoided playing sport until she began living as a woman. She has been embraced by a local women's football team and wants people to know transgender participation does not have to be controversial.
They do apprenticeships, work with tools and are exposed to chemicals, so why aren't hairdressers paid as well as plumbers? The Australian Workers Union wants that to change.
If footballers can claim sports equipment, why can't flight attendants claim make-up? Some advocates argue structural inequalities put women at a disadvantage when it comes to paying tax.
The Order of Australia honours system was set up in 1975 to recognise outstanding achievement and service by all Australians — but since then, only 30 per cent of the honours have been awarded to women.
A photographer wants to turn the blokey culture of the Pilbara mines on its head, taking pictures of miners dressed in drag.
School sport ovals might be a long way from the boardroom, but research suggests they could be helping to lock women out because boys schools have three times more play space than girls schools.
As Julie Bishop prepares to leave politics, the high-profile MP reflects on her 20-year political career that — at one time — saw her as the only woman sitting around an all-male Cabinet table.
It might seem strange, but it was on the misogynistic floors of Australia's meat packing factories that one of the great advances for Australian feminism was won.
The nation's largest companies with just one female director will be told to lift their game or face punishment by their shareholders, including votes against the re-election of their often-male chairmen.
The Coalition needs to introduce quotas to lift women in its ranks, says the chairman of 30% Club Australia, the lobby group pushing for 30 per cent female representation on the boards of the nation's top companies.