Nov 6 2012
The Atlantic recently posted a slideshow of their coverage of "the changing dynamics between women and men in America", starting with the 1859 article "Ought Women to Learn the Alphabet?" and ending with last month's "The Weaker Sex", by Sandra Tsing Loh. They also introduced a new channel on their website called The Sexes, devoted to articles about "[The] way men and women interact in society today: in families, workplaces, schools, places of worship, romantic relationships, and popular culture." Practically speaking, this seems to mean articles about pay discrimination, work-life balance, abortion laws, and defining the word "Bro". Which... uh, one of these things is not like the others.
Posted by: Julianka
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