The International Labour Organization has dealt a blow to Qatari assertions that the Gulf state complies with global standards for workers in a report that condemned the government for allowing Qatar Airways to "violate international and national agreements and institutionalize discrimination."
If we learned that racism was not over with the election of Barack Obama as the first black president of the United States, we will learn that sexism is surely not over with the possible election of the first woman as president.
In the United States, women in the House of Representatives didn't get a bathroom near the Speaker's Lobby until 2011. It matters that the vast majority of architects, engineers, construction workers and legislators are not affected by this problem.
Just look at who voted for the Lily Ledbetter Act of 2009. If your representative voted 'Nay', they believe that women should be paid less than men. Let's get these 'Mad Men' out of office and allow common sense to prevail.
You don't have to put up with lewd comments from your boss. You don't have to suffer in silence while being objectified. You have legal protections! That's why I invited lawyer Mike Pospis to give us a lesson in sexual harassment lawsuits.
Title IX's empowering legacy is nothing short of transformative, indeed revolutionary. And yet, its empowering legacy merely aspired to a situation of "separate but equal" in the culturally crucial world of sports.