Tag Archives: Gender

Marilyn Katz :
Whose race, and gender, is it anyway?

Caitlyn Jenner and Rachel Dolezal trigger an important conversation about identity and society. By Marilyn Katz | The Rag Blog | June 27, 2015 CHICAGO — Gender and race are not static but socially-created identities that can and should be … Continue reading

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Hadley Suter : The Maternal Instinct Vs. the Realities of Unwaged Labor

Graphic from The Motherhood Manifesto.The maternal instinct versusthe realities of unwaged labor I’ve been worried sick over the past nine months that I’m about to turn into a mommy-slave — and like it. By Hadley Suter | The Rag Blog … Continue reading

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Gloria Feldt : Gender Disparities and Aniston-O’Reilly Spat

Fox News host Bill O’Reilly attacked Jennifer Aniston for her comments on single parenting. Photos by Sykes, AP; Lovekin / Getty. Image from New York Daily News.Women’s Equality Day:Aniston comments on single parentingGet O’Reilly all riled upBy Gloria Feldt / … Continue reading

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Barbara J. Berg : Getting Real about Women’s Progress

Women at work: White Oak Mill in Greensboro, NC. 1909. Photo courtesy of the National Museum of American History.‘A Women’s Nation Changes Everything’The (feel-good) Shriver Report …instead of celebrating how far women have come, we should be asking why, after … Continue reading

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Gender Equity at UT-Austin : Still a Lot of Work to be Done

Gender equity on campus: Still a little behind? ‘Across colleges and ranks women’s salaries are lower than men’s by thousands of dollars, even when qualifications are the same.’ By Mercedes Lynn de Uriarte / The Rag Blog / December 12, … Continue reading

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