Blue Marriage and The Terror of Divorceannehelen.substack.com/p/blue-marriage-and-the-terror-of-divorce
This is the midweek edition of Culture Study — the newsletter from Anne Helen Petersen, which you can read about here. If you like it and want more like it in your inbox, consider subscribing. If you read any of the hundreds of advice columns that have found renewed life on the internet, you’ll recognize a certain genre of question. It comes from a woman, almost always married, who’s describing a partner’s shitty behavior. They often narrativize the behavior in a way that simultaneously asks the reader to understand that something is wrong (
Why Do We Blame Women For Prohibition? - POLITICO Magazinepolitico.com/magazine/story/2019/01/13/prohibition-women-blame-history-223972
One hundred years later, it’s time to challenge a long-held bias.
It Is Expensive to Be Poor - The Atlantictheatlantic.com/business/archive/2014/01/it-is-expensive-to-be-poor/282979/
Minimum-wage jobs are physically demanding, have unpredictable schedules, and pay so meagerly that workers can’t save up enough to move on.
Une place à prendre ou à laisser?gazettedesfemmes.ca/12521/une-place-a-prendre-ou-a-laisser/
Quelle place les hommes peuvent occuper dans le mouvement féministe? Trois féministes répondent à la question.
Sourcing Women in Engineering — Mediummedium.com/@cjc/recently-i-spoke-to-a-founder-of-a-20-person-startup-who-said-if-google-with-hundreds-maybe-bdf7132d78d7
“If Google, with hundreds — maybe even thousands of recruiters, can’t find female engineers, how am I supposed to do it with a small team that also has to build a product and get it to market?” — Startup Founder