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Secret, Lets Encourage Women to Speak Up and Not Sweat the Wage Gap

Politics / US Politics : Huffington Post: Politics Blog

Secret Deodorant isn't just hocking a nice-smelling antiperspirant: It's selling women empowerment. At least, that's the vibe its popular new commercial strives to create by featuring a young woman nervously preparing to ask her bos...

Sarah Silverman: Solve the Wage Gap by Getting a Sex Change

News : Mediaite

Celebrities can sometimes help draw attention to big issues (with, er, mixed results). Today comedienne Sarah Silverman put out a video about the gender wage gap, which focused on Silverman trying to get a sex change.

How to Ask for a Raise, Via a Deodorant Commercial

Issues & Causes / Feminism : Feminist Law Professors

How to Ask for a Raise, Via a Deodorant Commercial Andrea Schneider blogs here at Indisputably about Secret’s new ad. She writes: “I love that wage gap is now part of the commercial lexicon and that asking for it is portrayed so won...

'More students, overseas skills can't solve our coding crisis': So here's Estonia's fix

Technology / Startups : ZDNet: Startups

With static student numbers and steep rises in tech pay, Estonia is opting to retrain some of its adult population as software developers to plug its skills gap.

Made For A Woman: Secret Deodorant’s Flawed Solution To The Wage Gap

US Politics / Liberal : Matthew Yglesias

“Negotiations are stressful and the wage gap is your fault, but at least you won’t smell.” The post Made For A Woman: Secret Deodorant’s Flawed Solution To The Wage Gap appeared first on ThinkProgress.

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