By Juliana Jiménez Jaramillo The Atlantic Wire asks “is it defensible, in this day and age (day: Tuesday; age: the 21st century) for an established news organization to put forth a 3-page article on how newswomen… Continue reading
Por: Andrea Alarcon Un nuevo estudio explica como los hombres con matrimonios tradicionales, es decir, casados con una ama de casa, suelen ver a sus compañeras de trabajo con el mismo lente con… Continue reading
By: Andrea Alarcon Expecting women co-workers to take care of office parties? Bake the cake for the monthly birthday celebration? Subconscious discrimination is still discrimination. We have all seen and experienced this, and… Continue reading
By Juliana Jimenez Elle Magazine on Hilary Clinton‘s growing cool: http://www.elle.com/Life-Love/Society-Career-Power/At-the-Pinnacle-of-Hillary-Clinton-s-Career I like the piece in general. Just have a problem with two sentences there: “Her solution, unsurprisingly, is to increase women’s participation.… Continue reading
WaPo: Consider the case of the angry white woman
From Washington Post, Comment by Juliana Jimenez
This is one amazing article on the intersection of sexism and racism. Damn. Impressed. Goes beyond the reporting. Some commenters, men of course, were outraged that “there’s not assault on women’s rights.” It’s actually kind of funny that these men come here with their entitlement and end up showing off their willful ignorance. Have they not been following the news? Do these men have any idea what it’s like to not be able to decide when and how you have a baby, a.k.a when your body, your mind and the rest of your life are completely transformed from that moment on? Oh, they don’t? Ok, thought so. Now, shush.
More analysis on this issue to come later.