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Lebanese Women and Politics

    There’s an anecdote concerning Bill Gates and a speech he made in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia that goes as follows:

Bill Gates recalls once being invited to speak in Saudi Arabia and finding himself facing a segregated audience. 326 more words

Lebanese Regime

Women and Politics: A discussion with Educators - Part I

Today, Chelsea and Carol invite in local educators to talk about the impact of the current political climate on education.

Dr. Amy Rector of VCU Anthropology, Former School Board Member Shonda Harris-Muhammond, and Special Education teacher Porshia Foster join us. 9 more words


Is guilt a female thing?

I know we all feel guilty about some things some of the time, but it dawns on me that we women truly excel at it. We embrace it. 1,419 more words


Another year - and another chance to read genderpol's top blogs of 2017

Happy New Year to all our genderpol readers! To mark the beginning of a new year, we’re taking the opportunity to revisit the most-read blogs of 2017. 360 more words

Women And Politics

Women and Politics: Part 2- Equal Rights Amendment, A Conversation with Woman Matter #ERA

Eileen Davis, Katie Hornung, and Candy Graham from Women Matter join us to talk about the push in the Virginia General Assembly to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment this year. 32 more words


A wee bit of a rant

Sometimes when I read an article I know that it’s something I need to address. Laura Stone’s Globe and Mail article on Karina Gould becoming Canada’s first cabinet member to give birth is one of those articles. 873 more words

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