With good reason, much of the concern about misogyny is currently focused on the workplace. As the #MeToo testimonials have shown, the professional world all too frequently tasks women with silent endurance of morally unacceptable (or downright criminal) behavior. But even those of us who have avoided the most abusive workplaces live with malignant gender dynamics in our homes — and risk passing them on to our children.
"Where Do Kids Learn to Undervalue Women? From Their Parents." is from the November 10, 2017 Opinion section of The Washington Post. It was written by Darcy Lockman and narrated by Sam Scholl.