She smashed the glass ceiling: Katherine Johnson, whose calculations enabled Apollo 11 to land on the moon, died last month, aged 101. We often applaud women who succeed in traditionally male domains, but what about men in female domains? Photo: Nasa/AFP
Bertie Wai
Opinion

Opinion

Bertie Wai

Women have feminism; do men need an equivalent, a (female) clinical psychologist asks

  • For decades, women have been fighting for the right to equal pay and to work in professions that were once considered only for men
  • Has society similarly endorsed and encouraged men who adopt traditionally feminine qualities and roles, psychologist Bertie Wai asks
She smashed the glass ceiling: Katherine Johnson, whose calculations enabled Apollo 11 to land on the moon, died last month, aged 101. We often applaud women who succeed in traditionally male domains, but what about men in female domains? Photo: Nasa/AFP
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