Since the 1960s women have entered the workforce and have achieved financial independence. It has become socially acceptable to leave unhappy marriages.
Suicide is a serious public health issue across Europe. In fact, certain European Union (EU) countries (such as Slovenia, Lithuania and Hungary) have some of the highest reported suicide rates in the world (Eurostat, 2016a). Across the European Union, men make up approximately 75% of all suicides (Eurostat, 2016a).
Steve Stewart-Williams: The Science of Human Sex Differences: Implications for Policy on Gender Equity
Gender equity is one of the most widely discussed and hotly contested political issues of our time. Of the many topics which fall under the gender equity banner, three have attracted the lion’s share of attention.
Benjamin Hine: Challenging the Gendered Discourse of Domestic Violence, Comments on the Istanbul Convention
The Istanbul Convention (Council of Europe, 2017) is arguably a landmark policy, designed to tackle domestic violence across the continent.
The most common notion about gender hiatuses today is that cognitive differences between women and men are minimal and superfluous.
Nicola Graham-Kevan: The Gendered Perspective of Domestic (Intimate Partner) Violence, A Review of the Evidence
The gender perspective of domestic violence between intimate partners (subsequently termed ‘domestic violence’ in this article) largely views domestic violence as a problem of men’s violence towards women.
Moral and legal opposition to the non-therapeutic cutting of children’s genitals has traditionally focused almost exclusively on females.
La Psicología Diferencial ha estudiado durante décadas las semejanzas y diferencias de naturaleza psicológica en distintas poblaciones o grupos humanos.
En las últimas décadas han proliferado los informes de dimorfismos sexuales en los cerebros de una amplia variedad de especies, incluida, por supuesto, la humana.