I’m still a little lost on how GenderMag works. Can’t wait to discuss this more in depth tomorrow.
As for discussion… When Dr. Burnett was on the part of, “talking about gender without talking about gender,” I thought that was kind of interesting. From my understanding, she takes these more “feminine” traits and makes them more… gender-neutral. Some examples she used was “risk-aversion” and “tech learning style.”
I wonder if there are other ways to take away the gender from traits, and just make them human traits… I think that’s what I’m trying to get at.