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Women's Empowerment Inside Out: Ending Sexism in Our Minds,

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Stephanie Abraham

on 14 April 2017

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Transcript of Women's Empowerment Inside Out: Ending Sexism in Our Minds,

Institutional Sexism
Women's Empowerment Inside Out: Ending Sexism in Our Minds, Communities & Society
"Rape Culture"
In the Classroom
Male
students are more likely to:
Be called on by professors
Blurt out answers before being called on
Speak more frequently and longer
Receive feedback (help, praise, criticism)

Female
students are more likely to:
Be interrupted
Speak quieter and for a shorter time
Be more polite and less assertive
Start sentences with "I think,"
"I may be wrong" or "I'm sorry but"
Require higher grades to compete with men
Listening Exchange
Agreements:
Emotions are good and welcome
When speaking, explore any thought or emotion
When listening, be quiet, make eye contact and give warm attention
Confidentiality
"Women's Empowerment"
Gender Oppression
Sexism
Male Domination
Internalized Sexism
Intersectionality
Trigger Warning
bell hooks
"white supremacist,
capitalist
patriarchy"
How does this play out
in our families,
our relationships
and our minds?
Solutions
Decide
every day
Theory and practice
Communication
Community
fem·i·nism /fem əˌ ni zəm/ (
verb
): Movement to end sexism, sexist exploitation and [all] oppression.
A
ssess
C
ommunicate
E
valuate
Communication
"That's not helpful."
"I'm feeling uncomfortable."
"I'm going to take a break."
"Excuse me."
April 21: National Campus ERA Day
Watch
Equal Means Equal

www.facebook.com/campusERAday

April 26: Denim Day & Take Back the Night
6 PM U-SU Plaza

Gender & Sexuality Resource Center (GSRC)
Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies (WGSS)
Community
Theory & Practice
Book clubs, reading groups,
listening exchanges
race, ethinicity, gender spectrum, nationality, sexuality, religion,
class background, citizenship
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