You know what makes our ideas and opinions less important? Pretending that we are so fragile that we can't handle a healthy and robust debate.
We have repeatedly seen that investing in women's progress is one of the most effective, high-yield investments for economic and social progress around the world. Doubling the number of women online in developing countries is a critical step towards this progress.
Organizations see women in general, and mothers in particular, as a source of easy advertising, rather than as potential partners and effective influencers in their communities. That's a costly mistake.
Isn't it time to change how we view aging? Have we created a society of "haves" and "have nots" based not so much on how much we have, but on how much we can spend on looking younger?
A recentNYTarticle says to the world that it's perfectly acceptable to continue to belittle women for the exact same things that men are doing in the online world today.
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