Meet Korea's all-woman repair service, created for women who feel nervous about repairmen knocking at their doors.
By Fernando Duarte
BBC World Service
The BBC spoke to three people from cultures that have a long history of gender fluidity.
By Brian Meechan
BBC Wales business correspondent
By Helen Briggs
BBC Environment correspondent
Dads in Rwanda are taking classes to learn how to be better fathers and husbands.
By Hannah Barnes and Deborah Cohen
By Danny Shaw
Home affairs correspondent
By Ben Hunte
In scientific studies, "the average man" is considered and often no one else.
By Matt McGrath