Menu Close

Articles on Mansplain

Displaying all articles

Most women have been mansplained at work. But rather than women figuring out ways to handle it, men should stop doing it and organizations should step in. (Shutterstock)

Mansplaining: New solutions to a tiresome old problem

Women shouldn’t be asked to handle mansplaining in the workplace. Organizations should handle it for them, or the men responsible should stop doing it.
“I don’t think there are many women who think, ‘Oh, my ideal project would be a massive tower.’ ” Anthony Delanoix/Unsplash

Mansplaining Australian cities – we can do something about that

Cities aren’t just a male creation, but women’s contributions have been sidelined. There are ways we can rediscover and restore these women to their rightful place in the stories of our cities.
We could all pay better attention to what comes out our mouth. Emmanuel Szép

Mansplaining the word of the year – and why it matters

The Macquarie Dictionary last week named “mansplain” its word of the year for 2014. The Dictionary defines mansplain as: verb (t) Colloquial (humorous) (of a man) to explain (something) to a woman, in…

Top contributors