Women still don’t hold up half the sky.
It’s hard to write calmly about a country that poisons 1,000 schoolgirls because they’re girls and want to cut their hair. But that’s what Iran did last month. No sympathy either for Afghanistan which forbids girls from going to school beyond Grade 6.
We live in a different world here in the land of the .00000001 per cent, which may insulate us from thinking about how awful life is far away.
Here, women are not only rising; men are falling. It seems North America is no longer bringing up enough economically or emotionally-viable men.
In Britain, its biggest companies have met the goal of 40% women on boards three years ahead of the December 2025 target date. Yet while lots of women are joining boards, few have punched through to the CEO-suite, which means plenty are leaving. Call it Unquiet Quitting.