Thought-provoking article for the weekend:

[Gender stereotypes] might influence whether female students see a place for themselves in science, and whether they look to scientific careers at all. They might also influence how male students see their female peers, or interact with them in professional settings later on in life.

The Atlantic

Children are more likely to draw women than in the past—but they become skewed toward sketching men as they get older.

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