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More Men Needed to Seal

I was participating in some sealings recently.  It seems we always need a minimum of 4 men, but just 1 woman.  In one session, we had 5 women, but has to wait around until we could get enough (4) men to proceed, and then couldn’t seal sons to parents.  45 more words


Roses are red, violets are blue, what can you do ... to promote gender equity?

This morning I’ve had “gender equity” on my mind. While some call it a Hallmark day and others discuss the day’s historical origins (e.g., like many holidays, celebrations like this stem waaaaay back, to pre-Christian times- super interesting, that! 834 more words


Scholarships for 3Ls applying to the California Bar; new reports on refugee crisis, gender equity

AG proposal to protect human trafficking victims passes Senate

Originally published Feb. 8, 2017 as a Washington State Attorney General’s Office press release, media contact Peter Lavallee. 419 more words


New Year’s resolutions for women in academia

Penny Oxford had a number of organisational learning roles in the corporate and government sectors before joining the staff development team of a university in 2006. 1,392 more words

Research Culture

A day without a woman: General strike being organized by Women's March

Imagine a day when all women — working in the home or a place of business or perhaps attending school — stopped what they were doing and went on… 276 more words


Glass Ceiling Still Keeps Top Jobs For The Boys: Women Earn 75% Of Men's Salary

In our latest survey into the salary of leading corporate executives, Procurement Leaders has uncovered evidence that women are still struggling to fill leadership roles. 46 more words


Are Siblings Eternal?

Today’s guest post is from Brother Sky.

Recently, I’ve been reflecting on a trend I’ve noticed in middle-aged Mormons (40s/50s) that I know (I reside within that age demographic and so am friends with more of these folks than the younger singles/marrieds or the elderly). 449 more words

Mormon Culture