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    This restaurant is charging people based on their race

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    These are the best and worst places to be a girl in England and Wales

    There’s a huge divide in girls’ quality of life across the country, according to a new report.

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    Millennials earn £8,000 less in their 20s than their parents did

    A new study reveals the extent of economic inequality between the generations.

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    Game of Thrones frees the penis, but it's not redressing the balance

    One writer says there's a serious problem with naked equality

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    How Robin Wright fought for (and won) equal pay on House of Cards

    “I was like: ‘You’d better pay me or I’m going to go public.’”

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    Revealed: the shocking extent of gender inequality in UK film industry

    UK films are six times more likely to be directed by a man - and it's not caused by women's lack of interest

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    Scarlett Johansson: talking about the gender pay gap feels “obnoxious”

    The Hollywood star on wage inequality and dating someone “forever unavailable”

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    ‘Photographers laid on the pavement and took photographs up my skirt’

    Emma Watson on how turning 18 made it open season on ‘up-skirt’ shots

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    UK television guilty of ‘ingrained, low-level sexism’

    The industry broadcasts FIVE sexist incidents an hour

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    Sandra Bullock on the moment she discovered sexism in Hollywood

    “I was destroyed, because you can’t unsee something.”

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