Amid all the hullabaloo at the Capitol this week, an important issue went largely unnoticed. The National Partnership for Women & Families released a new study to coincide with Equal Pay Day, which was Tuesday. Data in the report underscores why Equal Pay Day is scheduled when it is — women would have to work … Continue reading Pay equality — It’s not just for feminists
There's few things in this world that scare the bejeezus out of me. Clowns. IRS audits (for no particular reason). Prostate exams (for obvious reasons). These all frighten me. But, there's nothing that scares me more than the persistent wink-and-a-nod attitude our society takes toward sexual harassment, gender discrimination and domestic violence. This scares me … Continue reading Misogyny and redneck crazies
This past Saturday millions of women – and men – marched in cities around the globe in response to the inauguration of a man who, at best, has been tainted with a reputation for misogyny. I’ll not go further into the politics surrounding that particular development in the history of our Republic. That’s an entirely … Continue reading Am I a Feminist?