Mary Katharine Ham and Emily Jashinsky round up this week’s latest Hollywood drama and apologies on the Federalist Radio Hour.
By allowing working moms to mother on the job, we’re showing the next generation they don’t have to put their careers on hold for kids.
You can’t credibly examine wage gaps while ignoring the choices women make with open eyes and their own best interests at heart.
In a culture where greatness is measured not by courage or by strength, but by wokeness and materialism, it’s no wonder men are turning into beta males.
Most women don’t desire to work in certain male-dominated fields, so they make other choices. They do so with complete clarity and full knowledge of what they are doing.
A company that allocates salary blind to an employee’s sex has still generated a pay gap, because men and women make different choices.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ star Ellen Pompeo said women need to speak up to get paid what they deserve.
Amy Schumer accidentally let us in on a little secret: She actually believes women should be paid what they deserve, not based on what their male colleagues are bringing in.
The underlying reasons male and female athletes are paid differently are the same as the reasons female models are paid more than male models.
Today’s feminism will harm the next generation of women and put men at a unique advantage.
GE’s plan to roll out gender quotas for hiring entry-level positions isn’t sexist. And it isn’t stupid. In today’s PC environment, it’s a savvy move.
After Audi released its new Super Bowl ad featuring a bunch of equal pay mumbo jumbo, the luxury car company had to eat its words.
It’s tough to be a woman and work for President Obama.
Actress Kristen Bell collaborated with The Huffington Post to satirize the male-female pay gap. Hilariously, the video actually illustrates why blaming the gap on discrimination is wrong.
The latest data shows Asian men earned 117 percent as much as white men did. Similarly, Asian women out-earned all other racial groups. Yet we hear nothing about ‘Asian privilege’—and we shouldn’t.
Rather than assuming the wage gap is proof our workplaces are intractably sexist, women should recognize that the choices we make will determine how high we rise.
But that doesn’t mean the rest of the country suffers from a similar wage gap between men and women.
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