Arkansas: It's a man's world | Arkansas Blog

Monday, March 30, 2009

Arkansas: It's a man's world

Posted By on Mon, Mar 30, 2009 at 1:54 PM

Blake's Think Tank rounds up (link fixed) some recent media talk about Arkansas Business' 25th anniversary issue, a compilation of lists of notable people and events in Arkansas. Noted by some: Not too many women in those pages.

No kidding. Looked at our corporate boardrooms, state commissions and other positions of power lately? White males, paternalism and devotion to gender role stereotyping dominate. (Just try and get on the state Game and Fish Commission if you don't have a penis.) So, no, I won't be joining those shooting the messenger.


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