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What about gender roles during the American revolution? | HBR Talk 309

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In our timeline of the historical context around the evolution of suffrage in countries influenced that had been English colonies, whose systems were influenced by the English parliamentary system & English common law, we have reached the American Revolution, and have been discussing what voting looked like at that time.…

Are women the weaker link? | HBR Talk 304

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Show notes In discussing the history of male suffrage and its link to the history of male military obligation, I realized there’s an aspect of this history we’re not talking about. In today’s political debates we’re told that historically, patriarchal attitudes kept women out of military service and many other harsh realities of life; dirty jobs like coal mining, dangerous work like hunting...

Feminists hate this one fact about sex trafficking | HBR Talk 208

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The recent trial of Ghislaine Maxwell temporarily brought the public’s attention to an aspect of the sex trade industry that receives less consideration than it should: Female human traffickers.The details of Maxwell’s charges indicated a high level of managerial involvement in crimes that had previously been strictly attributed to Jeffery Epstein.…

Is female agency going to crap? | HBR Talk 181

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This week, HBR Talk will dig into differences in how men and women react when the proverbial substance hits the rotating mechanical device, how that has changed as advancements in our civilization have made life easier, and why it’s important for women to regain a sense of agency and a recognition of men’s human needs in order for both sexes to be able to survive.…

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