With a resurgence of Black Lives Matter, continued focus on the Me Too movement, and changes in how we define and see “gender,” I felt I would need to apologize for writing about garden variety gender bias and discrimination. So I didn’t. This is the final blog for DifferenceWORKS. Thanks to all who read some of my 276 blogs. I wish great success to those still working for equity and inclusion.
Should women rely on their intelligence and talents rather than on revealing clothing? Should women should be able to wear whatever they want at work?
“Zero Tolerance” policies are back in fashion, driven by the #MeToo movement. We must ask “tolerance for what?”– or lump very different acts into one bucket.
Are there downside risks of the #MeToo movement? How do we manage them?
Is #MeToo different? Might #MeToo lead to real change? Are you hopeful?