Why don’t women speak up? — Broadside


By Caitlin Kelly Fascinating, depressing, unsurprising read in The New York Times this week: Women’s voices are often missing and discounted in public affairs, even when they have seats at the tables of power. They speak less, make fewer motions and are more often subject to negative interruptions. Similar patterns prevail online. If they feel […]

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