This Week in Misogyny

[E] HillaryThis Week in Misogyny4 Comments


I love debunking hoaxes and bullshit “studies.” I hate all the other terrible things I have to tell you about. You win some, you lose some. (As usual, trigger warnings for pretty much everything apply.)

[E] HillaryThis Week in Misogyny

Kickstartable: Twelve Complete Indian Feasts

[E] Sally J. FreedmanPop Culture1 Comment


Nom. Nom. Nom. This week’s Kickstartable project brings us to the kitchen. This project caught my eye last week because, well, it’s visually stunning. And Indian food is delicious. And I may have been hungry at the time. ANYWAY.

[E] Sally J. FreedmanKickstartable: Twelve Complete Indian Feasts

What I Learned at Women 2.0

Emily Heist MossTechnology1 Comment


Last week, the Computer History Museum in Mountain View hosted the fifth annual Women 2.0 PITCH Conference. PITCH is a conference for women in tech to gather and mingle and learn from one another. Developers chat with venture capitalists, designers schmooze with product managers, and start-up founders hand out business cards like there’s no tomorrow. The Women 2.0 crew pulled … Read More

Emily Heist MossWhat I Learned at Women 2.0

Decisions, Decisions: Women Running for Public Office

BaseballChica03Politics1 Comment


Yesterday, the Huffington Post published a thorough and interesting article about the state of women in the US Senate and the disparity between the Republican and Democratic Parties in tapping female candidates. The whole thing is worth a read, especially the slideshow at the end featuring the thirteen women running for Senate next year. But I was hoping we could … Read More

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Do Polls Underestimate Female Candidates?

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A study published last fall in the academic journal Political Behavior but that has only recently gained attention in the popular media suggests that pre-election polls consistently underestimate the success of female political candidates. Unsurprisingly, this phenomenon is particularly strong in states that traditionally have a more conservative culture when it comes to gender roles.

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Must Women’s Success Be Measured Against Men’s to Count?

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Two articles that recently discussed women in business this week made me want to puke. The first one is from the Wall Street Journal and asked the question “What’s holding back women entrepreneurs?” It says that although women are starting their own businesses at much higher rates than men ““ the women-owned businesses are not as big as the men-owned … Read More

Suzanne KartMust Women’s Success Be Measured Against Men’s to Count?