I'm Not Crazy, Sexism Is
More, as if we were running low, on sexism, its pervasiveness, and its actual effect on its victims. From mindhacks.com:...
More, as if we were running low, on sexism, its pervasiveness, and its actual effect on its victims.
Female anger at work seen as worse, a character flaw:
Psychological Science has just published an eye-opening study that found that women who express anger at work were thought of more negatively than men and were assumed to be 'angry people' or 'out of control'. Male colleagues who did the same were typically viewed in a more positive light and were assumed to be upset by circumstances.
(Hat tip: Andrew Sullivan.)
So who's crazier: a woman who expresses basic human emotions appropriately based on relevant stimuli? Or the man who 'sees' anger differently based on the presence, or lack, of a penis on said angry person. But wait, female evaluators also came to the same conclusions when observing angry people in the workplace. Men get angry. Women go insane. And are professionally punished for it.