April 3, 2021

gender

Pacsun Celebrates Gender Free Fashion

Gen Z fashion icon Emma Chamberlain and model Bryce Anderson appear in new campaign for the youth retailer featuring carefree, gender free styles for Summer 2021

LOS ANGELES, April 1, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Pacsun unveils its Summer 2021 Campaign, which embraces the current spirit of gender free fashion. The retailer will be dropping all new, inspiring and colorful gender free styles on March 31st, just in time for Summer. The Summer campaign features a focus on self-reflection and setting intentions, and features influential YouTuber and Fashion Icon, Emma Chamberlain, along with a diverse cast of young people,

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Venus Williams’ Moving Letter About Closing The Gender Pay Gap

Throughout my childhood, playing tennis with my sister Serena in our hometown of Compton, California, I always dreamed of winning tournaments like Wimbledon. Then, when I finally got there, I was struck by the inequality. When I won Wimbledon for the first time in 2000, the men’s singles champion received £477,500 while the women’s singles champion earned £430,000. From then on, I felt compelled to campaign for equality for women.

The battle for equal pay in tennis started from the outset in 1968, when the sport was made ‘open’ or fully professional. It’s the reason why, five years

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Atlanta killings are about race, gender and class — not just one narrative

Here is what Christine Liwag Dixon, a Filipino American writer and musician, thought about after she heard that clip. She thought about how she was once offered money for a “happy-ending massage,” even though she is not a massage therapist and never has been. She thought about all the men who have told her they’re “into Asian women” and expected her to take it as a compliment. She thought about the time she went outside to call an Uber while her husband paid a restaurant bill and a group of men cornered her, one of them chanting “Me love

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Millennial Money: Bust gender bias and balance work at home

No matter how modern opposite-sex couples can be in their views on equality, old habits die hard. The COVID-19 pandemic has made this abundantly clear to parents who already struggled to find balance.

According to the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, mothers and fathers both left the workforce earlier in the pandemic in April 2020, but nearly all fathers eventually returned to work, while many mothers stayed home . And a paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research found that recessions typically lead to a gender wage gap growth of 2 percentage points, but a recession caused by a

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How parents can promote gender equity despite covid’s toll

Then came the pandemic. With schools moved online and child-care programs closing, women all over the country began exiting the workforce at alarming rates. My neighborhood was no exception. As school sputtered back to a start, several local moms confided that they, like me, had cut back on work to help with remote learning. For most, their male partners either maintained their usual workloads or scrambled to take on more paid work to pick up the slack. Each of us had made different calculations in determining that we, rather than our partners, should scale back our paid work to

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