A stealth source of gender bias, U.S. tax forms could reflect and perpetuate attitudes about traditional male and female roles.
Looking behind-the-scenes at women in film jobs, a NY Times critic cites progress from rather dismal figures.
A headline in the Brooklyn Eagle asks us to imagine a New York where most of the streets are named for women. As they describe their alternative world, we could have Barbra Streisand Lane and Ethel Merman Boulevard. Female names…
With signs that increase gender equality in public spaces, a female presence can be explicitly recognized and affect infrastructure design and jobs.
Looking at the retail tilt of the newest round of Trump administration tariffs, we would see that woman will be hit harder than men.
With a poor hiring record for female college coaches, many universities and athletic conferences have received dismal gender bias grades.
Resulting in gender job discrimination and talent underutilization, past practice shapes future preference when choosing men as bosses and athletic coaches.
Our Monday Gender Issue: In the February 10th issue of the New Yorker, I read “Pronoun Envy” by Anne Carson. Here is the beginning: Pronoun Envy “is a phrase coined by Cal Watkins of the Harvard Linguistics Department in November…