Three years after Anne-Marie Slaughter’s dynamite Atlantic cover story, “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All,” her husband, Princeton professor Andrew Moravcsik, is going public about his role in their dual-career marriage. Moravcsik’s own Atlantic essay, “Why I Put My Wife’s Career Fir
View image | gettyimages.com We’re hearing more and more men say they support gender equality, and many of those men genuinely mean it. But if that’s true, why aren’t women feeling the effects of all that support in the workplace? The answer could be that their implicit biases
“Dad, why does that sign say ‘Men Working’? Isn’t that sexist?” My thirteen-year-old daughter and I are driving to the store, and there is road work ahead. “Yes,” I sigh. “Then why does it still exist?” Good question, I think, as I realize she is ready for The Talk. (No, not that Talk
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