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"My name is Albert Pocej, and I have been photographing professionally for 10 years already. This series was my personal challenge to capture the moment of women reaching the highest point of physical pleasure."
The OMG YES website has the openness and the research to take a clear-headed look at the many nuances of women's sexual pleasure. Based on research on lots of women, this website aims to increase female pleasure in the bedroom by giving detailed advice.
ARTICLE - 7.12.16
French schools have started to use a 3D clitoris for children's sexual education - the women's equivalent to a penis. Often sex education is about male sexuality, and this project sets out to change this.
ARTICLE - 4.12.16
Another example of how women are made to feel that they do not fit into the workplace: This woman describes her experiences as a female surgeon.
ARTICLE - 29.11.16
In the sciences, under-representation of women is a problem, too. This author argues that this is due to structures in academia that do not suit women. Read the whole comment here.
RESEARCH - 25.11.16
One of Cambridge's colleges for women - Murray Edwards - has conducted some fantastic research on their alumni. Many of their female graduates indicated that a main obstacle to gender equality is a male workplace culture. The research suggests that men can do their part to change this exclusive culture that might cause women to opt out of their careers.
TEST - 22.11.16
This page provides you with the opportunity to take the original test on benevolent sexism developed by the researchers Glick and Fiske. How benevolent sexist are your attitudes?
WEBSITE - 19.11.16
Dr. Peter Glick is the researcher who first published on benevolent sexism (together with Prof. Susan Fiske). Follow updates on the topic and his work on his facebook page.
ARTICLE - 15.11.16
Not quite sure yet what benevolent sexism would entail? These seven examples should provide a better understanding. Sometimes well-intended behaviors can be sexist and harmful...!