#GoodRead | Stop Policing How Women Talk

"Stop Policing How Women Talk":

Dissecting the way women speak has seemingly become a favorite pastime of late—our pitch, our sorrys, even our punctuation. This has been especially clear this election, with increased scrutiny placed on Hillary Clinton, who has been called “shrill” — a word used twice as frequently to refer to men than women — faced “manterruptions” (sigh, Matt Lauer) and had plenty of others attempt to impose meaning on what she says.

Read Jessica Bennett's full article at TIME here…