When Joe Biden told the USA in his inauguration speech that “unity is the path forward” I saw a Tweet from a woman who said “I don’t want to unite with fascists”. I understood her sentiment. Continue reading Book review: Talking to Strangers, by Malcolm Gladwell
Tor most families, the greatest impact will be felt when there are fewer women in poorly paid jobs. The gender pay gap is not a ‘middle-class women’s issue’. Continue reading The Gender Pay Gap: Not just for the middle class
New Zealanders have a choice: to either perpetuate the structures that hold women back or to create a new narrative that is truly egalitarian. Here are my suggestions for the next 25 years. From the Black Ferns negotiating a salary in a landmark deal, to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern becoming only the second world leader to give birth while in office. From the #MeToo movement … Continue reading My wishlist for the next 25 years
There’s plenty out there about women having to lean in, but we rarely talk about how men can also play their part by shuffling that fixed deck of cards. I have a few suggestions. Continue reading Did your girlfriend “stop getting paid” this week?
I’m hoping you shared that moment with me. Because now you have a vested interest in this issue of women being treated unfairly. Now this is personal. Continue reading #MeToo: A Guide for the Men in my Life
My Lean In circle is a group of passionate, intelligent, ambitious, thriving women. We often discuss ways we can break through the subtle sexist obstacles in our workplaces. These walls, barriers or ceilings – glass ceilings, if you like – can be hard to see unless you put in your special ‘gender equality’ lenses and take a deliberate look. Continue reading “The Great Sexist Bake Off”