Elderly Woman Who Tried To Save Man’s Life Convicted Of Running a Brothel
After one man collapsed at a brothel in England, a 70-year-old cleaner performed CPR and called for help. She was rewarded with a criminal record.
What It's Really Like to Work with Rapists in Prison
Most people would run from the prospect of working with convicted sex offenders. But some women and rape survivors relish it as a way to reclaim power.
Domestic Workers in Hong Kong Are Being Forced to Sleep in Cabinets, Report Says
"This 'cupboard' is my private bedroom," a worker explained. "I belong to the kitchen."
'It's Exhausting': The Hidden Struggle of Working Women with Autism
Autistic women can go for years without diagnosis, and struggle at work as a result. One company is determined to do something about it.
Is This the Most Dangerous Place to Be a Female Journalist Right Now?
One reporter was strangled to death in her apartment; another was shot dead in her car. In Mexico, women in journalism face the constant threat of violence.
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Inside the Dubious Schools Training Filipina Women for Domestic Work Overseas
For working-class women in the Philippines, becoming a live-in domestic employee abroad is a chance to provide for themselves and their families. But they often face exploitation and debt from training centers, employment agencies, and the employers...
Almost Everyone Can Donate Blood—Except Sex Workers
If you've ever exchanged money for sexual services, you're barred from giving blood in the UK—forever. Sex workers explain why the ban is unjust.
A Female Truck Driver Responds to Viral Pictures of Trump Behind the Wheel
A haulage driver explains why she can move a 90-ton crane with ease, but wouldn't want Donald Trump anyway near her vehicle.
How My Love of Weed Could Have Lost Me My Job at the White House
Before she could become a top aide for President Obama, Alyssa Mastromonaco had a close call with the FBI.
Men More Likely to Discriminate Against People in Jobs If They 'Sound Gay'
According to new research, having a voice that's perceived as gay or lesbian could affect your ability to get hired—even though there's no such thing as a "gay" or "straight" voice.
'I Was in Tears': What It's Really Like to Experience Hollywood Sexism
The Oscars may be more representative this year, but men still dominate 80 percent of non-acting nominations. Four women in the movie business tell us why industry prejudice remains so insidious.
Why Many Men Would Rather Be Unemployed Than Do 'Women's Work'
According to a new labor report, female-dominated industries like health care services and education continue to see a rise in new jobs. We asked an economics expert why unemployed men aren't flocking to fill these positions.
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