Monthly Archives: January 2018

“Did I Do Enough?” What Most Women (And Likely Clinton) Have Asked Themselves

Countless women have reported the discomfort and guilt they’ve felt over the years before #MeToo allowed them to speak out and speak up.  Lingering self-doubt and self-blame are part of the reason why so many women have come forward to … Continue reading

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Spectrum of Sexual Misconduct at Work (Draft 2)

Since I first introduced the Spectrum of Sexual Misconduct at Work —  SSMW (see blow below), I’ve done some additional work. Here is the latest: SPECTRUM OF SEXUAL MISCONDUCT AT WORK (SSMW) — Kathleen Kelley Reardon, Ph.D., Professor Emerita, University … Continue reading

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The Women’s March — Making Respect And Equality Stick

As women marched yesterday for greater respect, representation and equality, it was difficult to not hear them. Yet, President Trump tweeted credit for the last twelve months of his administration. He invited women to march in celebration of his economic … Continue reading

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