Is "Girl Power" really the right message for our daughters? Nicole Graev Lipson spoke with Rick Weissbourd for Boston Globe Magazine about the messages we're sending our kids—and how we need to counteract biases intentionally.Read More
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In this piece in The Wall Street Journal, Making Caring Common’s report The Talk is cited. Difficult conversations about sex and consent have become even more complex — but here’s how dad’s can persist.Read More
In this Washington Post article, Making Caring Common’s research is cited: most parents don’t talk to their boys or girls about making sure that their partner wants to have sex, not pressuring someone into sex, not having sex with someone who is incapacitated and other key aspects of consent. Parents may have “the talk” with their kids, but it’s often much more focused on preventing pregnancy and STDs than on preventing assault.Read More
In this article in The New York Times, Making Caring Common’s survey of more than 3,000 18- to 25-year-olds is cited. More than 60 percent of respondents had never had a single conversation with their parents about how to be sure that your partner wants to have sex with you.Read More
Are we hindering our daughters' chances of becoming leaders? Makers reports on new findings from Making Caring Common’s report on teen girls and leadership bias.Read More
Will teen girls close the gender gap? Making Caring Common study finds unexpected biases against their leadership. Researchers at the Harvard Graduate School of Education find that not only many teen boys but many teen girls and some parents appear to have biases against teen girls as leaders.Read More