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In Defense of #MentorHer

The article “We Can Do Better Than #MentorHer”: A Response by MenEngage Alliance Members, Partners, and Allies is a critique of the #MentorHer initiative sponsored by LeanIn.org. I’m going to comment on this critique. As a campaign, #MentorHer conveys a … Continue reading

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Hollywood’s Pay Gap: Why Are There So Few Female Roles?

The BBC article How Hollywood earnings can help us understand pay disparity is surprisingly insightful, but its attempts to draw an equivalence between actors and society as a whole fall flat, at least for me. One of the principal reasons … Continue reading

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