The Invisible History of Feminised Work

The Invisible History of Feminised Work

“Caring for others and teaching youth are wonderful things that everyone should be encouraged to do. Our history books should be filled with people of all genders who were exceptional in these areas. But, these traditionally feminine pursuits are not what earns one accolades during Women’s History Month, or any other time. As a consequence, people are not taught to value such jobs or the people who do them.” -Laurel Westbrook, sociologist.

[Text image] This is your history text written by men for men in a man’s world. Art by the Naked Pastor. http://buff.ly/S0xi28 #sociology #socialscience #feminism

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