#GoodRead | How to Explain Mansplaining

by Alejandro Escamilla, via Unsplash

by Alejandro Escamilla, via Unsplash

"How to Explain Mansplaining":

Including women is not the same as hearing women. As the Princeton and Brigham Young study noted, “having a seat at the table is very different than having a voice.” Women at the table will attest to finding themselves talked over, cut off, interrupted or forced to politely listen to reams of lengthy speeches.
The conditions required for women to speak more are, not surprisingly, that more women are present, and that women are leading. According to a Harvard study, female students spoke more when a female instructor was in the classroom.

Read Julia Baird's full article at The New York Times here…