🎧 The Daily: White, Evangelical and Worried About Trump | New York Times

Listened to The Daily: White, Evangelical and Worried About Trump from New York Times

Within a voting base that remains deeply conservative, some women have found the president’s policies to be in fundamental conflict with their faith.

Nice that people are realizing what it is that they actually stand for and then stand up for it. Too often it’s easy to follow along with the herd.

It was fairly interesting to listen to this daughter speak with her father about politics and how resistant and reticent he was to her position. Sadly he didn’t come back with much against her argument but “because…”

🎧 The Daily: Special Episode: The Last ‘Year of the Woman’ | New York Times

Listened to The Daily: Special Episode: The Last ‘Year of the Woman’ by Michael Barbaro from New York Times

We speak to Senator Dianne Feinstein about why 2018 has been called the Year of the Woman, a moniker that comes from the historic elections of 1992.

👓 The Lazy Trope of the Unethical Female Journalist | The Atlantic

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With Camille Preaker, Zoe Barnes, and Rory Gilmore, Hollywood’s depictions of women reporters have never been further from reality.

👓 How Social Media Became a Pink Collar Job | Wired

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When companies ask for sociable, flexible, compassionate workers, they’re silently signaling women to sign-on to an undervalued job that powers the digital economy.

As a country we’re killing ourselves and our economy by devaluing women like this.

👓 How American women got stuck in the kitchen | The Economist

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The IMF’s latest World Economic Outlook shows the cost of having no federal paid leave programme

You heard it, America is behind… and it doesn’t look like we’ll be catching up any time soon.