Edition 156

Introduction: Fairness, Feminism, and the Female Experience

By Brigid Schulte

March 9, 2017

There's much work yet to be done to create fair, just, and egalitarian societies for women as well as men.

Introduction: Fairness, Feminism, and the Female Experience

There's much work yet to be done to create fair, just, and egalitarian societies for women as well as men.


Hidden STEM Figures

Predictive analytics could close the gender gap in STEM, if they're used correctly.


Which Women Can Really Walk Out?

For caregivers, participating in the women's strike might not have been an option.


On Representation and Representative Democracy

How do we reconcile theories of representation with rationales for inclusion?


Uber, Here’s How You Can Really Arrive

Sexaul harassment persists because of social norms, inside and outside of companies, that mark the behavior as acceptable.


Here’s Why 'Feminizing' the Opposition Is So Dangerous

Calling people opposed to the Trump Administration "erratic" and "overly emotional" perpetuates demeaning misogynist attitudes.


The Redrawn Fault Lines of Trans Rights Activism

To truly support the trans community we need to understand the full scope of what's at stake.