In late 2017, the world heard a resounding chorus of voices from scores of women across a slew of industries who finally felt empowered to speak out on their personal experiences of gender inequity — from unsolicited sexual advances and harassment to pay disparity and professional advancements.

This outpouring has rightfully been called a reckoning, and the #MeToo movement has continued to gain momentum in early 2018, shining a much-needed light on gender issues and injustices that have long kept our society unbalanced. But there is one element of inequity that we have yet to fully address, and our collective failure to do so will keep holding women back.

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