How We Told the Ongoing Story of Title IX
by Laura Mogulescu
A curator and her team chose to center the work of activists who pushed to determine the scope and meaning of Title IX's prohibition on sex discrimination in education throughout the law's 50-year history. Their exhibit is now open at the New-York Historical Society.
SOURCE: New York Times
Does Requiring Only Men to Register for the Draft Violate the Constitution?
by Adam Liptak
A Supreme Court challenge to the male-only requirement to register for the draft is an odd coalition of the ACLU and the anti-feminist National Coalition for Men. If successful, it could end one of the last legal sex-based distinctions in federal law.
SOURCE: New York Times
‘Women’s Work’ Can No Longer Be Taken for Granted
New Zealand is pursuing a century-old idea to close the gender pay gap: not equal pay for equal work, but equal pay for work of equal value.
SOURCE: The Atlantic
What ‘Because of Sex’ Really Means
Beneath the verbal jousting, the Court expressed dueling views of sexual orientation and gender, and how society should assess them.
SOURCE: Wall Street Journal
The History of Female Brain Studies Reveal a Lot
by Kimberly Hamlin
The historical quest to document sex differences in brains was founded on the premise that women’s brains are inherently inferior to men’s.
U.S. Soccer Apologizes For Saying Male Players Have 'More Responsibility' Than Women
The soccer federation made the claims in hopes of convincing a federal court in California to dismiss a discrimination lawsuit filed by members of the 2019 World Cup championship team.
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