Ms. Nice Guy Lost: Here's How Women Can Win

Ms. Nice Guy Lost: Here's How Women Can Win

by Marcy Miroff Rothenberg

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ISBN-13: 9781543956559
Publisher: BookBaby
Publication date: 12/14/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 200
Sales rank: 555,679
File size: 812 KB

About the Author

Marcy Miroff Rothenberg writes about issues, movements and politics with an eye to their impact on women's rights and opportunities, and blogs regularly at DemWritePress.com. Although she never landed her dream job—the one held by her media idol, CJ Cregg, Press Secretary to Josiah Bartlet on "The West Wing"—she's written Ms. Nice Guy Lost: Here's How Women Can Win so that today's girls and young women can become whoever and whatever they choose to be...and so their parents and mentors can help them get there.

Table of Contents

Preface

Introduction i

Story When you're a girl 1

Chapter 1 Growing up female 3

Story Our place in a man's world 13

Chapter 2 Paychecks & disrespect 15

Story Equality for some 27

Chapter 3 Daily grind: it ain't coffee 29

Story Scientific sexism 41

Chapter 4 Alien territory 43

Story Pretty pennies on the dollar 57

Chapter 5 Women as window dressing 59

Story At war with women 75

Chapter 6 Political power plays 77

Story Our lives, their rules 91

Chapter 7 The healthcare hustle 93

Story The ultimate power play 105

Chapter 8 #MeToo 107

Story Asserting our authority 129

Chapter 9 Take the lead 131

Story What to do? 145

Chapter 10 Fight forward 147

Postscript November 13, 2018 177

Acknowledgments 184

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Anonymous 27 days ago
Although it seems that women have made great strides in terms of the rights and opportunities that are now afforded them, this book makes the case that there is still much work in this area that needs to be done. With personal stories and well researched documentation, the author packs each page with statistics, observations, and facts that prove just how far women still lag behind men in their treatment and compensation. Her points are made with numerous facts, and not anger, to support each claim and provides an education on the subject that should be required reading in every school! Thankfully, she not only chronicles the situation about the treatment of women but also provides innumerable actions that can be taken to make things better! You can just feel her optimism that the time is now right for this situation to be changed, and that we are all empowered with the ability to help make it so. In the end, this is a hopeful read that charts the course for our daughters and granddaughters to find themselves winners in all aspects of their lives.