For years, Malia and Sasha have suffered intrusive, malicious, sexist and racist criticism.
All those who claim bitter, mean feminists want to rid the world of niceness and compliments miss the point.
The US President attitude towards women has been hostile - to say the least.
The 'global gag rule' against abortion was signed a day after the anniversary of Roe vs Wade.
Advising women to alter their behaviour to avoid being harassed or raped is not a solution.
This is the perfect example of the double standards that dogged Clinton throughout her campaign.
The general public are predisposed to trust a white man but assume the worst about his female opponent.
If Poldark is a 'romantic hero', he isn't the hero we need.
The court of public opinion had already tried the woman, decimated her name and found her guilty.
Deflecting attention onto women with sexual abuse allegations against Bill Clinton is shamelessly exploitative.
The internet is obsessed with the idea that lovelorn Jen is celebrating the news.
Uniform policies insult boys by implying they lack control, and girls by saying they must avoid 'asking for it'.
There is no way that publishing intimate photographs of a 17-year-old girl could be considered 'newsworthy'.
This affects access to justice for vulnerable and low-paid workers – who are most likely to be women.
Women who dare to put their heads above the political parapet become targets for abuse.
As many sportswomen criticise sexism, we approach a tipping point in a struggle that's gone on for centuries.
Women's appearance, including make-up, shoes and clothes, are regularly policed across a variety of workplaces.
We are still battling the idea that men's sexual pleasure is assumed while women's is a treat or afterthought.
Government thinks the indirect discrimination is 'proportionate' and 'justifiable'.
Victim blaming and salacious reporting undermines the real risks to women of sexual assault.
Society encourages the idea that stalking is a dedicated way for a man to pursue a woman who isn't interested.
The way Stephanie Davis was humiliated on Celebrity Big Brother proved we still can't talk about vaginas.
Girls can be heroes, smash box office records, and just as interested in Star Wars as their brothers.
When we publicly debate whether rape victims are partially to blame we tell rapists excuses will be made for them
Companies jumping on the feminist bandwagon better be prepared to follow through.
Sadly, it seems earliest women actually had a fairer life than we enjoy today.
'Bimbo', 'ugly' and 'oestrogen' slurs have all been thrown at Hillary - but critics should stick to politics.
Sigman's ideas are well-intentioned but, to a feminist, they're about as helpful as making Jeremy Clarkson prime minister.
Women of the World festival showed the world we are making progress in all areas, from FGM to child marriage.
Hopefully the Representation Project's #AskHerMore campaign will lead to fewer trivial questions for actresses.