Press Coverage

Huffington Post Mutes Women's Voices: New Media, Same Gender Imbalance
By Jessica Wakeman |  November/December, 2008

Women's voices have long been lacking in corporate media. 

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The Opinion Pages: Mostly a Man's World
By Reyhan Harmanci |
July 1, 2008

When it comes to the opinion pages of some of the most influential American newspapers, it's far too often a man's world. 


Thank You Thursdays: The Op-Ed Project
By Courtney Martin |  March 13, 2008

There are simply not enough women being featured in the national op-ed pages, which is why something like Charlotte Allen's crappy op-ed has such reverberations.


Stop the Presses, Boys! Women Claim Space on Op-Ed Pages
By Patricia Cohen | March 15, 2007

Whatever other reasons may explain the lack of women’s voices on the nation’s op-ed pages, the lack of women asking to be there is clearly part of the problem. Many opinion page editors at major newspapers across the country say that 65 or 75 percent of unsolicited manuscripts, or more, come from men.

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