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Why Newcastle needs to fix its staff gender imbalance

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Hattie Metcalfe discusses the Courier's recent revelation that less than a third of all Newcastle professors self-identify as female....

Are gender reveals a thing of the past?

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Gender reveals has been a phenomenon for more than ten years. They have reached the mainstream, becoming a huge spectacle from cake frostings to firework explosions. Cameras are...

Blurred lines: generation gender neutral

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Ellie Parkin looks at the progression of gendered fashion and speculates what the future may hold. ...

Closing the gender gap: number of female innovators doubles

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Alex Downing discusses the increasing numbers of female inventors ...

Pokemon Announces First Ever Non Binary Character

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Stacey Henley applauds Nintendo's progressive moves in Pokémon Go...

Male makeup masters

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Life and Style Editor Nimra Rafique tells us about the male beauty moguls breaking gender stereotypes in the beauty industry today...

Behind the Masc: Rethinking Masculinity

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From Egyptians fashioning eyes lined with kohl 3000 years ago to powdered faces of kings and lords of the 17th century, the relationship between men and make-up is nothing new...

Men at the Met Gala Ball

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The relationship between men and makeup has had an interesting progression over the last few thousand years. Cosmetics were once a notable part of the beauty standards imposed on...

Gender pay gap evident on university campuses

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According to new figures calculated by the BBC, 9 out of 10 UK universities have an above average gender pay gap. Last week, all public sector bodies with over 250 employees were...

Women scientists get paid less than men

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The gender pay gap has been an issue in many industries, and now science has joined them. ...