Keeping score of gender inequalities | Brief letters

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Keeping score of gender inequalities | Brief letters

Women’s representation | Cricket | Garlic | Fake news and moths

It isn’t surprising that women are getting such a raw deal and feeling left out during the pandemic (UK working mothers are ‘sacrificial lambs’ in coronavirus childcare crisis, 24 July). Priti Patel is the only woman in the upper echelons of the government. Where it matters, there’s virtually no one to speak up for women and little recognition of the huge contribution they make to the country’s economy.
Dr Sylvia Dunkley
Sheffield

• Unlike Margaret Waddy (Letters, 27 July), my early cricketing experience was of my twin brother being allowed in the exciting score box as my dad played, while I was expected to help my mam make the sandwiches. My angry refusal led to the first stirrings of feminism and an abiding dislike of cricket.
Dyllis Wolinski
Mossley, Greater Manchester

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Source : https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2020/jul/28/keeping-score-of-gender-inequalities