The cruel cocktail of sexism, pay inequity, and burnout has led to a critical shortage of women physicians. And it could be putting us all at risk.
A top scientist in her field reflects on the sexist culture that has held her, and so many other women in STEM, from reaching their full potential. And yet, she's hopeful.
We are told to "lean in," to stop saying “just,” to quit apologizing. But not all of us have that privilege. And maybe we shouldn’t be the ones changing anyway.
VIDA’s annual report on gender inequality in book reviewing and literary magazines reveals some good news. But some publications prove they’re immune to shame.
It’s time to stop talking about cents on the dollar, and instead look at women’s long-term losses.
The evidence is in, but the appointments haven't followed.