Funny thing about gender-inclusive language in various settings — like, for instance, political party bylaws. It’s necessary to ensure equitable treatment of women, but it can have the unintended consequence of limiting transgender participation. 403 more words
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In today’s post, Amanda Walsh, PhD candidate, University of Wollongong, explores the stark contrast between the public service’s pronouncements of supporting family-friendly work environments and what happens when a prospective employee asks the one question that should never be spoken out loud: ‘Could I work for you part-time?’ 610 more words
Here are some basic facts: It is 2015. I am a woman. I work outside the home.
Here are some things that bother me: The title of this post – have you ever read a post called, “Men in the Work Place”? 684 more words
The third and last round of the group stage had a few nail-biters: Spain vs Korea Republic, Canada vs Netherlands, Australia vs Sweden. The WWC has given us a little bit of everything in terms of quality and style, however Germany and Japan have – by far – been real standouts. 236 more words