“Sure, there might be some time in the future when these [women-only] groups are no longer needed. But for now, we need to push back against men who shout about equality but are more upset about Ladies’ Night than they are about domestic violence or the wage gap.
“These lawsuits aren’t about equality, they’re a backlash against women’s progress.”
In my second blog for Women’s March Canada I write about recent discrimination lawsuits alleging that women-only spaces (like the Wing co-working space or Ladies Get Paid’s training sessions) violate men’s human rights. You can read the complete blog post over at the Women’s March Canada website and you can stay tuned here for my future entries.
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