California Will Require Large Retailers to Provide Gender-Neutral Toy Sections
California became the first state in the nation Saturday to adopt a law requiring large retail stores to provide gender-neutral toy sections under a bill signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom. The new law, which takes
Colleges Have a Guy Problem
American colleges and universities now enroll roughly six women for every four men. This is the largest female-male gender gap in the history of higher education, and it’s getting wider. Last year, U.S. colleges enrolled
Gender-Affirming Health Care Should Be a Right, Not a Crime
APS Fellow/Author: Kristina R. Olson In late March, the Arkansas State House and Senate voted to prohibit health care workers in the state from providing gender-affirming health care to transgender and other gender-diverse young people.
How to Promote Equity at Home as Moms are being Forced from the Workforce
Just one year ago, dads were as likely as moms to crowd the halls of my kids’ elementary school at morning drop-off and wash burp cloths at the laundromat, babies strapped to their chests. I
Who Won’t Shut Up In Meetings? Men Say it’s Women. It’s Not.
APS Member/Author: Adam Grant The Japanese Olympic Committee was discussing steps for bringing more women onto boards in sports. The male leader of the Tokyo Olympics organizing committee voiced a grave concern: “When you increase the
As More Women Enter Science, It’s Time to Redefine Mentorship
WHEN A GROUP of researchers at NYU Abu Dhabi published a paper in Nature Communications last fall suggesting that young women scientists should seek out men as mentors, the backlash was swift and vociferous. Countless