Let me tell you, that’s no way to survive your next few years of school.
Sexism doesn’t need to be that obvious or aggressive to be damaging and have negative consequences.
Google searching “millennials in the workplace” inevitably brings up some negative opinions related to the generation. However, it’s time for a change in perspective.
How did a ride-sharing service end up creating a company culture built on sexism, and how is that impacting the world?
Can your Instagram page show if you’re depressed, or are people pointing fingers at social media and the narcissistic selfie generation?
People hate millennials because people hate change, but millennials continually prove that while struggling to eat, pay bills or dream of anything bigger than our closet-sized apartments, we can change the world.
You don’t have to go it alone.
If 2016 was a dumpster fire of a year, some may argue that 2017 has spread beyond the dumpster and started burning down the neighborhood.
Feminism has a broad goal of equality for all, but to achieve it, the movement needs to adjust the focus.