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Chauvinism

New York Magazine's David Foster Wallace Faux Pas

Steven Petite | Posted 08.24.2016 | Books
Steven Petite

There is nothing wrong with not liking the writing of David Foster Wallace, but placing all of his many fans in a bubble of "literary chauvinism" is an unjust and narrow-minded approach to express said dislike.

Not Bad For a Girl: Can Bias Give Women the Advantage?

Lisa Abeyta | Posted 07.03.2014 | Women
Lisa Abeyta

The next time you find the words "for a girl" going through your head when you're assessing a woman entrepreneur or businesswoman, you might want to ask yourself if your own sexism might cause you to greatly underestimate a woman's talents and strength.

Single and 'Killing It'?

Shelley Gazes | Posted 04.06.2014 | Women
Shelley Gazes

I somehow can't imagine a single man's status being used as an attack against him. It's troubling that there's still an assumption that female singlehood is an inherently problematic state.

Misogyny, Moralism And The Woman At The Well

David Lose | Posted 09.19.2011 | Religion
David Lose

There is a long history of misogyny in Christian theology that stands in sharp contrast to the important role women play in the gospels themselves.