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So many good stories to read this week. Have fun.
Now available: curvy, petite, and tall Barbies. Because everyone has been complaining about how Barbie was too short? Or too tall?
The most likely person to read a book? A college-educated black woman. Really blows up the idea that there are so many books about white men because the market for books is made up mostly of white men.
Gender-neutral bathrooms are the next battleground in gender equality. And it's not all about transgender people--though that is an important part of it.
An 11-year-old girl was "sick of reading about white boys and dogs," so she did something about it.
Disney princess movies may have female stars, but most of the talking is still done by male characters.
Student evaluations may be biased against female professors. Surprised? I'm not.