Category Archives: Gender Politics

Management Matters

It’s odd to find yourself in management, assigning tasks, keeping an eye on the work of others, work you can probably no longer do, and judging them – scolding the careless, encouraging the hapless (even if that seldom makes them … Continue reading

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Gender Bender Politics

Things just get more and more strange in American politics – but that is to be expected when the next president will either be a woman, or a black man, or an old white man, the flinty war-hero, the son … Continue reading

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