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The tide has turned

Take a cursory glance around popular culture and you will quickly notice a well-worn gender lens depicting the sexes. Men are often depicted as dominating Neanderthals who don’t do domesticity or directions, and women are painted as subservient shopaholics with a shoe and chocolate problem. None of this is helpful. Isn’t it time we progressed beyond these damaging marketing memes? On this show, we begin constructive conversation about gender and new leadership styles in a post-alpha male age. Ross Ashcroft is joined by aviator Tracey Curtis Taylor and the chief creative officer at Mr. President, Laura Jordan-Bambach.