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Women are generally more inclined than men to see higher expectations, voter hesitation and lack of institutional support as major obstacles to female political leadership. Fully 47% of women believe women who run for office are held to higher standards and have to do more to prove themselves, compared with 28% of men who see this as a major reason that more women are not in top elective office.




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Across generations, women are more likely than men to say that uneven expectations are a major obstacle to female political leadership. The gap is particularly pronounced among Baby Boomers; Boomer women are about twice as likely as Boomer men to offer this view (52% vs. 25%).


On almost every factor tested, women and men offer different views about significant obstacles to female leadership in business. The gap is particularly wide on matters related to unfair expectations and hesitation to hire women. About half of women (52%) say a major reason more women are not in top leadership positions in business is that women are held to higher standards and have to do more to prove themselves; one-third of men share this view.


Americans are divided about prospects for the future of female business leadership, but more offer a pessimistic view than one that is optimistic. Overall, 53% believe men will continue to hold more top executive positions in business, even as more women move into management roles; 44% believe that as more women move into management, it is only a matter of time before there are as many women as men in top business leadership positions. Men and women express nearly identical views.


Members of the Baby Boom and Silent generations are particularly skeptical about the future of female business leadership. About six-in-ten Boomers (59%) and Silents (61%) believe men will continue to hold more top executive positions in the foreseeable future. Millennials and Gen Xers are equally divided between those who believe men will continue to dominate business leadership positions and those who say it is only a matter of time before there is gender parity.


Thinking more broadly about society, only 13% say women currently face a lot of discrimination, with an additional 44% saying women face some discrimination. By comparison, 28% say there is a lot of discrimination against gays and lesbians in our society today, and about one-in-five see the same level of discrimination against African Americans (21%) and Hispanics (19%).


Nearly two-thirds of women (65%) say there is a lot of (15%) or some (50%) discrimination against women in our society today. Men, however, are nearly evenly divided: 48% say women face at least some discrimination, while 51% believe there is only a little or no bias against women. This gender gap is evident across generations, with double-digit gaps between Millennial men and women (11 percentage points), Gen X men and women (17 points), Boomer men and women (20 points) and men and women from the Silent generation (21 points) who say women face at least some discrimination.


There is also a partisan gap on perceptions of gender discrimination, with Democrats far more likely than Republicans and independents to see biases against women. About seven-in-ten Democrats say women face a lot of (21%) or some (50%) discrimination. In contrast, just 4% of Republicans and 8% of independents say discrimination against women is widespread; 36% and 42%, respectively, say women face some discrimination.


Within each political group, women are more likely than men to say society discriminates against women, a view that is most widespread among Democratic women; 79% say women face at least some discrimination, compared with 47% of Republican and 57% of independent women. Among men, 62% of Democrats, 32% of Republicans and 44% of independents share this view.


It is worth noting that gender and partisan gaps are also evident in perceptions of discrimination against gays and lesbians, African Americans and Hispanics. In each case, women and Democrats are more likely to say the group faces discrimination.


About four-in-ten working women (42%) in the United States say they have faced discrimination on the job because of their gender. They report a broad array of personal experiences, ranging from earning less than male counterparts for doing the same job to being passed over for important assignments, according to a new analysis of Pew Research Center survey data.


One of the biggest gender gaps is in the area of income: One-in-four working women (25%) say they have earned less than a man who was doing the same job; one-in-twenty working men (5%) say they have earned less than a female peer.


Females will usually begin their period roughly 2 years after their breasts have started to grow. They might get their first period anywhere between 10 and 16.5 years old. It is also normal for females to have white vaginal discharge.


Both males and females may develop acne during puberty. This is because of their body changes and increases in hormone production. These developments can create excess oil, which contributes to the start of acne. Washing the face daily with a cleanser may help to keep acne under control.


Curbing, curb job: Breaking a victim's jaw or neck by forcing his or her face against a street curb and kicking the back the of the victim's head; popularized in the 1998 cult movie, "American History X."


For those with an oval face, you want a cut that will open your hair away from the face to show off your ideal shape. So you can achieve this look, ask your stylist for heavy layering. It will show your silhouette. Plus, a center part keeps your symmetry. The layers help lift and add fullness around your cheekbones. For best results, I recommend using a light-hold styling product. Try Redken Outshine 01 Anti-Frizz Polishing Milk. It will provide shine without weighing down your strands or making them feel greasy. If you can pull off long layered locks with ease, this look is sure to become one of your favorites!


These beachy waves for long hair and oval faces are divine! Matched with an oval face haircut that offers layers, this wavy cut makes it easy to style with texture and volume. The added bangs soften an oval-shaped face, so go for it if you have the same feature. Blonde curly and wavy hair like this is a must-try!


A long shag with sexy side bangs is optimal for ladies craving a change! The combo of long layered silky hair and a sexy side fringe offers a more structural finish. Adding waves is sure to enhance the movement, too. This long haircut complements an oval-shaped face.


A long flattering curly haircut with a middle part offers a romantic style. With soft layers and curls, fine hair appears full of life. If you have an oval face shape and want a long hairstyle to show off your natural texture, opt for this one.


Featuring a simple sleek shag for oblong faces! A long layered shag with a long sexy side-swept fringe gives tresses movement and body. The beauty that the style offers looks natural on fine to thick straight hair. Opt for this cut if you have a flattering oval face shape.


This is a cute layered cut with curls that women with oval faces will adore! Natural waves and curls can appear stunning with a layered haircut. It has long side-swept bangs to give the face a flattering angle. Ladies with curly hair should choose this hair idea for their next everyday style!


It calls on people across the nation to face the damage, often invisible to the naked eye, being inflicted on their skin in pursuit of a tan, by offering free skin assessments at sk:n clinics across England.


Pileated Woodpeckers are mostly black with white stripes on the face and neck and a flaming-red crest. Males have a red stripe on the cheek. In flight, the bird reveals extensive white underwings and small white crescents on the upper side, at the bases of the primaries.


There are lots of potential face swelling causes, including allergic reaction, injury, and infection. While some cases are mild and may go away on their own, others can be very serious and might require emergency care.


"Toners act as another level of cleansing, deep cleaning pores and effectively removing dirt, oil, makeup, and other pollutants," says Chen. Many contain exfoliating acids, which also help to smooth the skin."}},"@type": "Question","name": "How do you apply toner?","acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer","text": "Chen advises that toner should be applied after cleansing the face but before applying moisturizers or serums. Pat your face dry, then soak a cotton ball or pad with the toner and lightly apply to both your face and neck, she says. You can also try pressing the toner into the skin with your fingertips rather than using a cotton pad, which soaks up more of the liquid than it actually delivers."]}]}] CONFIDENCE, COMMUNITY, AND JOY


Chen advises that toner should be applied after cleansing the face but before applying moisturizers or serums. Pat your face dry, then soak a cotton ball or pad with the toner and lightly apply to both your face and neck, she says. You can also try pressing the toner into the skin with your fingertips rather than using a cotton pad, which soaks up more of the liquid than it actually delivers.


  • Male skin is, on average, approximately 20% thicker than female skin. It contains more collagen and has a tighter, firmer appearance.

  • The collagen content of male skin reduces at a constant rate. Female skin is affected later in life, especially after the menopause. Female skin then thins more dramatically and the effects are more pronounced than in male skin.



  • Men have more active sebaceous glands, and therefore more pores, than women. Both their sebaceous glands and their pores are larger than those of women.

  • Sebum production is double that of women, so male skin is oilier and shinier than female skin. As a result its pH is lower than that of female skin and is prone to impurities and acne.

  • Adult males are less prone to dry skin than adult females.

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