battle of the sexes
“I’ve always had an up-and-down career,” admits actress Elisabeth Shue. “I don’t feel like it’s been just ‘sailing smoothly
“It’s about sexuality... But it is also about power — and taking back your power..."
Emma Stone and Steve Carell play Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs in this timely period dramedy.
They play tennis stars Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs.
While they share the same responsibilities in any given leadership role, researchers have found that in all the areas that really set leaders apart like how helpful, supportive and personally engaged they are, male and female leaders typically vary.
"But really it is not the size of the audience that matters. It's about whether or not you are connecting with them. In doing my cabaret show I have discovered that intimacy with an audience has nothing to do with the number of people or the size of the venue. It's all about you daring to be vulnerable and authentic and honest."
But it's not for the reason you may think.
It's an epic battle that has been raging since before humans walked the earth: and with a business like ours, we hear all about it, all the time. Which sex truly reigns supreme?
.....I am beyond appalled pic.twitter.com/tMpLUKkk26 — Mindy Pflug (@MindyPflug) May 18, 2015 Some on Twitter have responded
When it comes to gender and money, there's no shortage of stats on how the sexes stack up. But while you're probably used to hearing those differences dissected in discussions of salaries and pay inequality, it turns out there's a bit more to it: Gender plays a role in a whole range of everyday money matters.
I am feeling embarrassed even as I write this, but, well, we have whiskers, they have whiskers. It is time for the cold war between men and cats to end.
It's hard not to fall into sexism as the mother of sons. It's hard not to look at your friend's daughters as potential wives to your future head of the household. I know, I know, you can't say it. But you think it when no one is looking.