Not just men biased against women

Breaking the glass ceiling: In Finland, which has the youngest prime minister, Sanna Marin, only 25% of people think men make better political leaders. Marin (third from left) with her education minister, Li Andersson; finance minister, Katri Kulmuni; and interior minister, Maria Ohisalo. — AFP

A new UN report has found at least 90% of women in the world hold some sort of bias against females too. In Malaysia, women's rights advocates say the new government needs to push ahead with the planned reforms to advance gender equality in the country.

HOW big and thick is the glass ceiling?

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