Gender discrimination in the Czech Republic keeps women from getting promotions reserved for men-affirmative inaction, however, is also a byproduct of women’s own refusal to speak out and be labeled “feminists.” by Katerina Zachovalova PRAGUE-It was like a cold shower in January. “He cannot get pregnant, unlike you,” was the explanation a young Czech woman […]

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