11:00 am, June 16th | by Amy Tennery
If there’s one common complaint we (and by “we,” I of course mean “insufferable hippie champions of women’s lib”) hear it’s this: What about the guys?
What about the guys, indeed. Men also face gender stereotyping. Men face pressures that women don’t face — because they’re men. And on a certain (selfish?) level we need things to change for men in the workplace to reach certain improvements for us.
And, since it’s (almost) Father’s Day, let’s start with one of the more stubborn issues for men in the workplace: Paternity leave. Men don’t take it — and we really need them to.