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New Study: Unmarried Women More Concerned about Women’s Status, “Linked Fate”

For years, researchers have concluded that differences in married and unmarried women’s income, job status and number of children helped explain the marriage gap—or why unmarried women tend to vote for more progressive-leaning political candidates than their married counterparts. Now comes a new study by three academics that offers a new explanation. Professors Kelsy Kretschmer, […]

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Gina Glantz: When celebrating women traps them in a silo

Gina Glantz, founder of, has a new op-ed in the Washington Post about the negative effects of efforts to “celebrate women”: Let’s face it. Something tagged exclusively for or about women is all too often a revenue generating strategy alongside a way to deflect criticism about the lack of attention to women and an […]

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