Veteran journalist Vivian Smith on institutional sexism, metaphorical pink and blue aisles, why some women choose to leave the profession, and how to fix it.
“There is much to do,” says EIC Walmsley
Scaachi Koul lambasts Jesse for errors made in reporting on sexism at The Globe and Mail.
The Globe and Mail has a problem with women. The problem is, women keep quitting.
Toronto restaurant Weslodge today issued an apology (of sorts) for what former pastry-chef Kate Burnham describes as chronic, tolerated, sexual harassment in their kitchen.
Inspired by Burnham’s bravery, I started to let loose on Twitter.
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