The rampant abuse of power by men in executive positions that #MeToo revealed, opened a new conversation about the intersection of gender and power.
We all know that men seem to just have *the audacity*: a quality apparently inherent to the fabric of the straight-white-male biology.
“I thought that if you could leave and learn and see beyond your own back fence you were somehow no longer trapped like cattle in the run.”
The Liberal Party has never been interested in women. The last time it was, Menzies was in charge; but even then, it was only the stay-at-home wives who got a look in.
Neve Traynor reflects on Monday’s March4Justice in Canberra.
“The names Gentileschi, Nelli, Hoch, Schendel, Hanworth and Frankenthaler remain unfamiliar to most — and googling ‘women artists in history’ presents results almost entirely about ‘the one’s history forgot’.”
“In the tale of the Man in the Moon, we see evidence of the deeply-rooted prejudice held against women in the field of astronomy.”
Why aren’t there more women in Parliament?
Sexual harassment, assault and misogyny are not shocking for me as they are for Professor Schmidt.
A tasty bite of Blair Williams’ thesis that will leave you wanting more.