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Offwidth - on 17 Oct 2018

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I particularly liked the 'me neither' idea.

It's important that such testimony is provided to counter current sexist 'gender suitability' arguments being used to explain the lack of female success in such awards, when structual sexism in the past was clearly most often the main problem.

Bob Kemp - on 17 Oct 2018
In reply to Offwidth:

Agreed. You might find this piece interesting too. 



UKC Forums - on 17 Oct 2018
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