Actions are just as important as intentions.
Or, How I Know Men Really Don’t Ever Ask For Directions
An alternative viewpoint on ‘Casual Predation’
To know a predator, you must know what it is to be prey
In order to understand the nature of sexism in STEM, we must uncover the roots of our biased definition of technology
Earlier this week, comic book illustrator Tess Fowler used social media to talk about her and other women’s experience with Brian Wood.
“Hey bitch!” someone yelled.
“Biiitttch!” I heard again from the car.
Leveling the glass obstacle course
Bodily autonomy isn’t only about sex.
just another professional encounter gone south
Entitlement is such a funny damn thing
Sexual harassment, science, and personal history
Standing up for what’s right.
(Cross posted on http://flashfree.me)
Bringing subtle sexual harassment during examinations in Medical Sciences to the fore and how my own experience has shaped my life
It takes courage to look at yourself, really look at yourself, and accept responsibility for a hurtful outcome or a failed attempt.
What would you do?
In the wake of a cascade of sexual-harassment accusations, some suggested next steps for a beloved science-writing conference
How harassment has made me a bad ally
Thoughts about harassment and protecting my daughter.
and Why People Should Care.
One man got away with it — will the other, too?
Not all lab rats are the furry kind
How to do a good job dealing with sexist jerks at a tech event.
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