New York Times no longer includes women in diversity metrics
To measure diversity, the Times only counted those who identify as coming from a minority group—but a couple years ago, women would have been included, too.
In a recent report from CNN on the new guidelines for cervical cancer screening, the word "woman" is not once mentioned. Neither are the words "female," "vagina," or "uterus."
Women who don't want to be called menstruators created a petition using Change.org to ask that the practice be stopped. Instead, Change.org cancelled the petition.
Canada should take note from domestic violence increases in countries that are ahead of the coronavirus curve, and act now to ensure women and children are protected.
Among women, 81 percent feel pressure to take charge of the home front, with the main responsibility for cooking, cleaning, and childcare falling squarely in their laps.