People on Twitter think it’s an impressive and effective act, and even guys say they’ll happily spend more on the issue.
"study after study has shown that when women do things like lead meetings, ask for a raise, or ask for a promotion, they are perceived as aggressive and bossy. Men are perceived as having leadership qualities." @ccpa @macleans #payequity https://t.co/ev5cjOs3Ny
— Karen Woods (WCS) (@woolseynarrows) February 8, 2018
A very creative way to demonstrate the need for pay equity: Canada's @macleans magazine charges men a higher price for this week's issue.
Because a 26 percent pay gap is not acceptable in 2018. https://t.co/83CbyQajHF
— Ulric Shannon ?? (@UlricShannon) February 8, 2018
I don’t typically buy @macleans (because… free from the #Library), but I WILL buy this one, and I WILL pay the higher price. The difference goes to @Indspire, and supports Indigenous women in education. #Brilliant https://t.co/UXUrwwrl5z
— LibraryJunky (@LibraryJunky) February 8, 2018
This idea makes me uncomfortable as hell, but it’s definitely thought-provoking. https://t.co/XfK7m7i36O
— Chris Redmond (@darkgreendesk) February 8, 2018
— damediana (@bea_beattie) February 8, 2018
Here for this ?
— ❤️ (@MsJheneXO) February 8, 2018
Freaking love it.
— A Hidden Life (@ahiddenlife1985) February 8, 2018