"Stereotypically, poker is a boys' club. It's booze, it's betting, it's a smoky basement. It's all the places that women don't feel comfortable. And that's what we're trying to shift," said Erin Lydon, president of Poker Power.
The World Economic Forum says in some countries, women's status is declining, and global gender parity is 131 years away.
Female-led companies tend to outperform those led by men, yet women are a small minority among CEOs and startup founders.
Even though there are more female dancers than there are male, men dominate leadership positions.
Jobs that involve caregiving are dominated by women. They also pay less.
For Latina women, the gap is even wider—it won’t be equal pay day until around Thanksgiving.
Women and people of color still earn less than white men, even with the degree.
A new survey found that younger women are pushing back against unequal pay.