Why it’s time to stop using ‘mum’ as shorthand for ‘parent’
"If the assumption that mums do all parenting isn’t challenged or questioned it will never change. Fighting to get dads on class lists shouldn’t, in 2018, be a war that needs to be waged and yet until it’s the norm the war will have to rage on.Read More + ... See MoreSee Less
Theresa May hasn’t fallen off a Glass Cliff, yet. Nor has she been tempted to resign
"One of the key authors of the Glass Cliff term, Professor Michelle Ryan, recently reported on her 15-year research into the theory at the Royal Society’s annual Diversity Conference.
“I don’t think it is a coincidence that Theresa May is leading us through this crisis, and it is noteworthy how many men stepped away from the leadership role – including David Cameron and Boris Johnson,” she said.
“Such glass cliff positions in times of crisis run the risk of reinforcing stereotypes that women aren’t suited for leadership.”" Read More + ... See MoreSee Less
Violence towards women in the video game Red Dead Redemption 2 evokes toxic masculinity
Jessamy Henricksen, CQUniversity Australia; Dr Marika Guggisberg, CQUniversity Australia A video uploaded to YouTube last month depicted an avatar in a video game physically assaulting a female character until she was unconscious. Should that be allowed in today's gaming culture? ... See MoreSee Less