#MenToo is the collected wisdom from decades of Bettina Arndt’s passionate advocacy for men and boys. Her powerful writing about sometimes controversial topics makes this a must-read for anyone interested in the issues facing men in Australia today.
Thriving as a Same-Sex Couple in Your Family, Workplace, and Community
In every life context same-sex couples have to make decisions about disclosure, how to respond to prejudice, and how to cope with negative feelings about themselves and their experiences. This book helps couples work together to identify, develop, and use their strengths and skills to successfully navigate these issues and flourish.
Why a feminist revolution in education benefits everyone
An interrogation of the gender bias inherent in our education system and the damage it does to girls and boys, and an examination of the research that can change it all to create a more compassionate society that values traditionally female qualities.
Why do girls tend to earn better grades in school than boys? Why are men still far more likely than women to earn degrees in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics? And why are men on average more likely to be injured in accidents and fights than women? This title explains human sex differences.
Gender is hard. Especially for teens who might not identify with stereotypical ideas of gender and sexual identity. Trans is an all-inclusive, uncensored guide for teens who are transgender, nonbinary, gender-nonconforming, gender-fluid, queer, or questioning their sexual and gender identity.
Reviews timely, pragmatic interventions and strategies to support LGBTQ students in K12 schools. Where formal programs affirming diversity of gender expression and sexual orientation are not yet in place, contributors provide insights and practical tips for creating a positive, safe school environment.
Provides one of the first in-depth examinations of women age 65 and older who have delayed retirement, exploring personal and career identity, social roles, and quality of life concerns. This volume presents a rich array of qualitative and quantitative research on older women's experiences in the workplace.
Evaluates scholarship on the evolution of human sex differences, including how males and females differ in modern contexts. David Geary describes how men and women differ based on evolutionary principles, how human sex differences are similar to those found in other species and how the expression of these differences is uniquely human.