Silent sex

Duration: 8min 34sec Views: 1942 Submitted: 02.03.2021
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Do women participate in and influence meetings equally with men? Does gender shape how a meeting is run and whose voices are heard? The Silent Sex shows how the gender composition and rules of a deliberative body dramatically affect who speaks, how the group interacts, the kinds of issues the group takes up, whose voices prevail, and what the group ultimately decides. It argues that efforts to improve the representation of women will fall short unless they address institutional rules that impede women's voices.

What Our Sex Sounds Say About Us

‎The Silent Sex on Apple Books

I recently heard a surprising story: A female CEO was briefed on a stellar candidate for a top job at her company. The message is simple and provocative: The feminist movement has been so effective in advancing women over the past several decades that the ability of men to thrive—indeed, their fundamental role in society—is now in peril. Strangely, however, most of the people who seem to be promoting, or even debating, the theory today are women. Stephanie Coontz eloquently made this case in the New York Times last fall. Could the newspaper have found a man to do the same? This male demographic seems to be the one that Smith, a psychologist and libertarian blogger, wants to champion.

The Silent Se‪x‬

I was sure that moany sex meant better sex; to me, the women who used those sounds while they humped were the poster children of the sexually free. I suspected that they were having the coitus of champions, which meant, of course, that there was something I was missing out on. As the years went on, I had other boyfriends, but my decibel level remained disappointingly similar. By the time I was with Dave, my sonic landscape was still most closely matched with a library. I wanted to take a closer look at what I might be missing out on.
Order from Press here. They isolate institutions and conditions that exacerbate inequalities but also situations that close the gender gap. This book will undoubtedly frame generations of debate and discussion about how to craft democratic bodies to ensure equal input.