Beyonce: We have to teach our boys the rules of equality and respect, so that as they grow up, gender equality becomes a natural way of life.

Why don’t we ask about the ideal working hours for fathers? Women’s Agenda It is something of an occupational hazard of working on a publication like Women’s Agenda that I am, quite often, drawn into discussions about gender equality in social settings. Sometimes these conversations become a little adversarial. When they do, the point of tension inevitably arises around whether gender inequality is really an issue.

At this point I tend to resort to facts and figures. The gender pay gap. The disproportionate number of women in senior roles in government and in business. The gender gap in workplace participation as demonstrated by the World Economic Forum. Sometimes people are surprised by these figures and sometimes people disregard them. In either case, at this point, I usually try to finish the conversation and move into other terrain.

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Beyoncé: ‘Gender equality is a myth’ Telegraph.co.uk The pop queen has written a short piece, entitled: ‘Gender equality is a myth,’ for the Shriver Report, which examining the status of American women.

Set up by Maria Shriver – the political researcher better known as the niece of John F Kennedy and Arnold Schwarzenegger’s ex-wife – the report is trying to find out why women aren’t prospering in the current economic climate.

Beyonce Says Gender Equality Is A Myth In New Essay Starpulse.com Beyonce talks about gender equality in a new essay for “The Shriver Report: A Woman’s Nation Pushes Back from the Brink,” a study put together by …

‘Gender equality isn’t reality yet’ – Beyoncé The Voice of Russia ‘We need to stop buying into the myth about gender equality. It isn’t a reality yet,’ Beyoncé wrote in an essay she contributed to Maria Shriver’s annual …

Beyoncé declares gender equality a myth, offers solution natmonitor.com In the essay, “Gender Equality Is a Myth,” the “Independent Woman” singer writes that we need to “stop buying into the myth about gender equality.

Beyonce promotes gender equality in essay for Maria Shriver’s … TheCelebrityCafe.com Beyonce, who’s a self-proclaimed feminist, has written an essay on gender equality for Maria Shriver’s latest Shriver Report, in partnership with the …

Beyoncé: ‘Gender Equality Isn’t Reality Yet’ MTV UK Beyoncé has revealed in a new easy that she believes gender equality does not exist yet. The Drunk In Love singer made the comments to The …

Beyonce calls gender equality ‘a myth’ as she writes a plea for … Daily Mail ‘We need to stop buying into the myth about gender equality. It isn’t … Both Beyonce and Shriver have been outspoken advocates for gender equality.

Beyonce Knowles Debunks “Gender Equality” The Gossip Girls The project is called “A Woman’s Nation Pushes Back From The Brink,” and Bey’s particular contribution was given the moniker “Gender Equality Is A …

Beyonce writes gender equality essay, says ‘we’ve got a lot of work …The Birmingham News In the essay, entitled “Gender Equality is a Myth!,” she writes that both sexes still have work to do when it comes to women’s equality. Beyoncé asserts …

Beyoncé: Gender Equality ‘Isn’t a Reality Yet’ Big Hollywood The singer called the idea that we are anywhere near “gender equality” a “myth” that we all need to “stop buying into.” Beyoncé made the comments in …

Beyoncé pens blog post defending women’s right New York Daily News The pop star penned an essay for The Shriver Report, a national research paper dedicated to issues faced by American women, addressing income 

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