The Gender Agenda: A First-Hand Account of How Girls and Boys Are Treated Differently
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These challenges persist at a time when many companies, particularly in North America and Europe, are pursuing an arsenal of measures aimed at easing women’s progress through the organization. Such measures include efforts to make appraisals objective and unbiased; the adoption of diversity targets; greater flexibility in remote working; smoother transitions before, during, and after maternity leave; and executive coaching for high-potential vice presidents. Of the 235 European companies we surveyed recently, for instance, more than 60 percent told us they have at least 20 gender diversity initiatives in place.
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Combating Cyber Violence Against Women and Girls: An Overview of the Legislative and Policy Reforms in the Arab Region Chapter 31 The progress of women toward the upper echelons of business, government, and academia continues to provoke media attention and lively debate. Look, for instance, at the coverage of Marissa Mayer’s July appointment as CEO of Yahoo! and the diverse reactions to an article (“Why women still can’t have it all”) published in the July/August issue of the Atlantic magazine. AGENDA and Primary Agenda are free online toolkits to help explore ideas around equality and diversity with children and young people.Please cite as: Renold, E. (2019) Primary AGENDA: supporting children in making positive relationships matter. Cardiff: Cardiff University, Children’s Commissioner for Wales, NSPCC Cymru, Welsh Government, Welsh Women’s Aid. I Need You All to Understand How Pervasive This Issue Is”: User Efforts to Regulate Child Sexual Offending on Social Media Chapter 43 In the comments presented above, specific reference is made to socially unacceptable practices, such as bestiality, pedophilia, and necrophilia. By drawing upon socially unacceptable practices, transgender identities are conflated with these concepts, while also constructing the existence and acceptance of transgender people as a pathway into moral social decline. In the first comment, a catalog of absurdity is established through claims of necrophilia and bestiality. Pomerantz (1984) argues that “extreme case” examples are drawn upon when attempts are made to justify a conclusion. Within this construction of “societal decline,” transgender people are also de-legitimized through the use of inverted commas around the word “transsexuals.” The function of the inverted commas is to present transgender people as inauthentic.
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Understanding Experiences of Sexual Harms Facilitated through Dating and Hook Up Apps among Women and Girls Chapter 21 We all have a right to be comfortable in a public bathroom facility. I don't see why hundreds of people who identify as the gender they were born should be uncomfortable just so very few transgender people can use the bathroom that they want to.This online conference took place on 17 October 2020 and was hosted by Oasis in partnership with Creating Sanctuary, House of Rainbow, OneBodyOneFaith, Open House and the Ozanne Foundation. Nearly 300 people took part to explore how their churches could be more inclusive, covering: Three videos featured news coverage from the United States, of President Obama's instruction to schools to allow transgender students to access the toilet that aligned with their gender identity. One video featured a short clip from the Jimmy Kimmel Live show which featured US citizens being asked to comment on gender-neutral toilets, more specifically, their opinion on potential visual indicators that a toilet was “gender neutral.” One video featured a transgender woman who resides in the United States asking members of the public if they would have concerns over sharing a public toilet with her, before disclosing her trans identity. The other five videos were face-to-camera videos, three of which were produced by cisgender people (two from the United Kingdom and one from the United States) and two produced by transgender people (one from the United Kingdom and one from the United States) sharing opinions on “gender-neutral” toilets.