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"Feminism is something that I’ve always been proud of" - in conversation with the Green Party's Molly Scott Cato

Amy Heley and Aimee Wilkinson chatted with Molly Scott Cato about intersectionality, the pay gap and what makes the Green Party different.

Molly Scott Cato is currently the Green MEP for the South West of England and Gibraltar. 1,856 more words

That's What She Said

John Dehlin and the women problem

In the last few days, there has been a bit of an uptick in discussion regarding John Dehlin. A number of minor (and arguably a few major) revelations have come out of it, but in thinking about the overall impression that I’ve gotten from observing discussions in widely disparate corners of the internet, I think the takeaway is that John Dehlin has a women problem. 7,619 more words

Research finds gender disparities in cost-related medical non-adherence

Due to financial reasons, women are less likely than men to adhere to medical follow-up visits, medications and diagnostics, according to new research from the University of Chicago Medicine. 225 more words


Women in Entertainment and Media: The Pay Gap

Firstly, let’s begin this post by stating that the fact that women in certain positions are being blatantly paid less by men in those same positions is absolutely ridiculous. 753 more words


The Gap: Or Please Stop Telling Me Why I Deserve Less Money

It’s beyond frustrating that there is still an overwhelming denial of the gender wage gap. Time an again I see conservatives posting tidy little sound bites asking, well shouldn’t a man who risks his life putting up power lines make more money than a woman sitting behind a desk? 729 more words


Daniel R. Cobb: My Advice to Women: Lie

The scourge of gender-based income inequality has been with us seemingly forever. Generally, the pay gap has narrowed over the decades; according to a Pew Research Center analysis of median hourly earnings of  U.S. 406 more words

Social Justice

Bridging the Pay Gap

We have been fighting for this for decades now. The whole world continues to operate on a pay gap between men and women, with the most developed countries coming no nearer than a 10% difference in favour of men. 503 more words