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What is inequity?

The article on Swedish parental leave shows just how restricted the dialogue on work and family life in the US is.  People are constantly debating how women can “have it all”, if that is even possible.  What is missing from this picture is … Continue reading

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In the end… we’re all fruit

One excellent film that perhaps could be the basis for some gender and society discussions is My Big Fat Greek Wedding.  At the end of the film, after the Wedding, the father of the bride describes the rationalization that allowed … Continue reading

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Inequity at its Best: Identity Issue

As I was reading through the texts I was astonished at how aggressive the need is to identify oneself before society, and how one is then judged by which choice is made. Julia Serano stated in “Experimental Gender” that the … Continue reading

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