Each Bingo square on the card below contains the name of a gender bias pattern. Click on the square and type in an anecdote or quote from your experiences (or the experiences of your colleagues) that fits the pattern.*
Share your experiences of at least three bias types listed below, and you will be entered in our weekly lottery to win a highly coveted “Real Professors Play Gender Bias Bingo” T–shirt! We are only able to send t-shirts to addresses in the United States and Canada.
Click on the bingo card to submit your experiences.
Are women pressured into traditionally feminine roles?
Are women held to higher standards of competence than men?
Are women reluctant to negotiate because they don’t want to appear pushy?
Are opportunities denied to mothers by people who thought they were doing them a
Do women (other than superstars) tend to receive sharply lower evaluations than
Do women get more pushback than men if they show anger?
Are women expected to carry heavier loads of service work than men?
Do women experience bias because of their gender and their race?
Are objective rules applied rigidly to mothers but leniently to others?
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*Submitted quotes and anecdotes may be used on the gender bias learning website
or in future WorkLife Law publications. Please omit all information in your submissions that will identify you or your institution. Material used by the Center for WorkLife
Law will not include any identifying information (e.g. email addresses, names of
parties involved, names of institutions, etc.).
Thank you to Shelley Correll and Peter Glick for their helpful feedback on the gender bias bingo content.