“Some of my lectures had to be protected by security guards”: British universities facing gender battle

By Cécile Ducourtieux Posted today at 02:12 Reserved for our subscribers InvestigationIn the United Kingdom, professors and intellectuals are alarmed at threats to freedom of expression, in particular with regard to questions of sex and gender, sources of deep tension between some feminists and trans activists. Kathleen Stock looks tired. Dressed in a plaid shirt … Read more

Can we perceive gender from children’s voices?

Journal Reference: Santiago Barreda, Peter F. Assmann. Perception of gender in children’s voices. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2021; 150 (5): 3949 DOI: 10.1121/10.0006785 Gender perception is much more complicated in children because gender differences in speech may emerge before sex-related anatomical differences between speakers. This suggests listeners may need to consider … Read more

Before Sanremo, young Senza_cri decides to donate “Amor / November 25”, a song against gender violence

2021 is an important year for the singer-songwriter Without_cri who, in line with his empathic and always grateful character for life, decides to give the song as a gift Love / November 25, a song against gender violence, to anyone who wants to use it today, on the World Day against violence against women, and … Read more

Interview with Miglio: “Our country still has a long way to go to get out of certain gender stereotypes that have been stagnant for centuries”

On November 5th it was released for Matilde Dischi, with distribution Artist First, the new single from the singer-songwriter Mile, with your saliva. For the occasion we have achieved Alessia Zappamiglio, this is the real name of the artist, to make us better tell not only this song but also his musical path and his … Read more

The long march towards gender equality in sport

The Minister in charge of sports Roxana Maracineanu in front of a portrait of Alice Milliat, during the unveiling of a statue in tribute to the pioneer of women’s sport, at the headquarters of the French National Olympic and Sports Committee, in Paris, March 8, 2021 . FRANCK FIFE/AFP Ten thousand steps and more. It … Read more

Gender equality: Nordic fathers encouraged to nurture

Jonas Jarl took six months of paternity leave for his third child, and eight months for his first two. In Malmö (Sweden), in July 2015. JOHAN BÄVMAN Environment and climate manager at the Danish laboratory Novo Nordisk, Emil Linnet returned to work in mid-September, after four months of paternity leave. Two weeks later, he was … Read more