Today's random sampling of the crap men still do to women in 2017 is both a source of despair, and inspiration to be a better man.
Twitter has become a complicated digital space, to say the least. My "Inspiring developers" Twitter list is one of the highlights of my Twitter experience, and the developers on that list make Twitter worthwhile, despite all the cruft we see there.
What I find disturbing about the James Damore memo about men’s and women’s comparative capabilities (aside from the memo itself) is that its publication seems to negate women’s daily achievements in the eyes of so many men who read it.
Although I am not even remotely qualified to comment, Kristi Coulter’s article about women driven to drink makes for interesting reading.
A discussion about feminism and a blog post by Gretchen Kelly got me thinking about what feminism and gender equality means to me. I wanted to share some of my thinking, even though it may offend many.
Interesting post about a fascinating issue titled “The Dark Side of Geek Feminism”: Has feminism really reached a point where we create demons when none are present? Have we reached a point where the mere idea of sexiness, of owning one’s own sexuality, is threatening? Or is this just a case of NIMBY-ism for the…… Continue reading Geek feminism and sexuality myths
We men have it so backwards when it comes to how we perceive women who have families and careers – She may not be the first pregnant CEO ever, but Marissa Mayer broke through a pretty impenetrable glass ceiling when she was appointed the new CEO of Yahoo just a few months before she’s due to…… Continue reading Incredible women who excel
My wife pointed this out to me and I think I actually had this conversation with her a while ago when she was debating cutting her hair. This is why men don’t want to have opinions about their partner’s hair, outfits or anything which may or may not make them look fat (not that they…… Continue reading Why men don't want to have opinions