Classical Music #MeToo: Part 2: Universities

This blog will be about sexual harassment of students in all types of university faculty. Further research will be needed to determine if it is worse in particular disciplines. Furthermore, I don't know how bad the problem is in non-English speaking countries, so I will need to confine this brief survey to the UK, the … Continue reading Classical Music #MeToo: Part 2: Universities

Classical Music #MeToo: Part 1. Churches

Various media, including blogs like this one, are beginning to enumerate the different fields of endeavour being included in the #MeToo movement. Wherever ambition, talent, beauty and youth are combined with a suitably isolated venue, it seems to attract sexual predators. So far #MeToo has included the entertainment, sport, popular music and education industries. It … Continue reading Classical Music #MeToo: Part 1. Churches

Women Are Overburdened With Their Families’ Mental Loads

From the excellent Slate Magazine. An article that confirms what many women already know; they do the thinking and planning for their families' day to day lives. This article suggests ways of sharing the load. When everyone used to go to church, it would have been more obvious if society was falling apart at the … Continue reading Women Are Overburdened With Their Families’ Mental Loads