A recent poll commissioned by Lean In found some men are increasingly struggling to interact with women in professional settings.
Not only is the bill based on a false premise—there isn’t a wage gap, there’s a choice gap—women are usually making choices about their job so they can also raise a family.
Conservatives should passionately assert the importance of parents spending time with kids, and make the sanctity of the household a first-tier electoral issue.
The ‘patriarchy’ artificially silos work hours into the industrial-age 9-5 with mandated benefits. A new article illuminates how this keeps women unhappy and economically scrambling.
Set aside the fact that an article encouraging male lawyers to train their female colleagues into dominatrix-like submission could only be found in the deep recesses of 4chan.
While lefty types continue to assert that fewer women pursue math- and science-heavy careers because of sexism, research and reality continues to show otherwise.
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 stunning reversal of traditional gender roles, it is women, not men, who are now reluctant to walk down the aisle.
Despite the gains women have made economically, most don’t want to be providers and protectors. And men don’t want to be dependent on their wives.
Sex- and race-based discrimination are not necessarily behind the pay gap for black women, but rather the honorable career choices that they make to help others including their families.
Surely it should be possible to respect marriage without self-selecting out of professional opportunities, or wishing my male friends au revoir?
Women don’t have to work to support their families, houses are not more expensive, college costs aren’t related to wage decreases, and wages have not stagnated since the 1970s.
What if we don’t want to be CEOs at Fortune 500 companies, Supreme Court justices, or the next U.S. president? What if our ambitions involve kids?
The ‘opt-out revolution’ of highly educated moms who take time off work to raise children includes me. Now I’m on the way back in.
Women have been encouraged to exercise their ‘bitch’ muscle to prove their value to men and society. That may work in the office, but it will ruin their marriages.
Kellyanne Conway’s remarks are not shocking. This is merely a kick-ass career lady opening up about what’s inside her head on a topic of great interest.
‘Good Girls Revolt’ tells the important story of the equal opportunity revolution. It perfectly captures the 1960s. But its sexual ethic is distorted and disheartening.
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