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Molestation case: man’s plea of gender dysphoria dismissed

Staff Reporter

The Delhi High Court has rejected the petition of a man, who claim to have gender dysphoria since childhood, to quash criminal proceedings against him for allegedly molesting a woman colleague.

Bailey's FCA risks bonus loss with gender targets unlikely to be met

Kalyeena Makortoff

Senior managers and executives at the Financial Conduct Authority risk having their bonuses cut, after the City regulator said it was unlikely to meet key gender diversity targets under its outgoing chief executive, Andrew Bailey.

The gender gap is on course to close.... in 99 years

The WEF predicted it would take 99.5 years for women to be on an equal footing with men, despite women taking high-profile leadership roles at the European Central Bank and the World Bank, and at the head of several countries including Finland, Germany and New Zealand.

Musicians decry Hamas ban on co-ed school concerts in Gaza

Donald Macintyre

Two orchestral concerts by students and graduates of Gaza’s decade-old music conservatory have been cancelled after the Hamas authorities insisted for the first time that they could not go ahead with girls and boys playing together on stage.

How The Stream ended up booking more female guests than male

Barry Malone

There are many things we say in journalism. Things we've been saying for years. The sort of things that older journalists tell you when you start out in the business.

UK elects record number of female MPs

Pamela Duncan

A record 220 female MPs will take their seats in parliament after this election, but the House of Commons will still fall far short of being gender balanced.

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Bailey's FCA risks bonus loss with gender targets unlikely to be met

Senior managers and executives at the Financial Conduct Authority risk having their bonuses cut, after the City regulator said it was unlikely to meet key gender diversity targets under its outgoing chief executive, Andrew Bailey.

Kalyeena Makortoff

Bailey's FCA risks bonus loss with gender targets unlikely to be met

Judge rules against researcher who lost job over transgender tweets

A researcher who lost her job at a thinktank after tweeting that transgender women cannot change their biological sex has lost a test case because her opinions were deemed to be “absolutist”.

Owen Bowcott

Judge rules against researcher who lost job over transgender tweets

Peloton loses $1.5bn in value over 'dystopian, sexist' exercise bike ad

Almost $1.5bn (£1.1bn) has been wiped off the value of the exercise bike firm Peloton after a backlash against a Christmas advert widely derided as “sexist and dystopian”.

Martin Belam

Peloton loses $1.5bn in value over 'dystopian, sexist' exercise bike ad

TSB bonuses to be docked for failure to meet gender balance targets

Bosses at TSB will have their bonuses docked for failing to meet gender balance targets intended to raise the number of women in senior roles by 2020.

Kalyeena Makortoff

TSB bonuses to be docked for failure to meet gender balance targets

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