From a record number of women elected to Congress, to movements like #MeToo and #TimesUp, to declaring 2018 another “Year of the Woman,” America is in the midst of a new era of feminist activism and change.
When asked to estimate the number of lifetime sex partners for middle-aged women, men guessed 27, according to a newly released Ipsos poll. That’s more than double what women guessed and the actual average of 12. Men also overestimated that young women have sex 23 times in a one-month period, nearly four times their actual experience.
As American women grapple with gender equality, so do their Canadian sisters. Seventy-six percent of Canadian women believe there is no equality in the workplace, according to new consumer research called The Truth About Canadian Women. McCann Worldgroup Canada is performing a five-part study throughout 2018 on the changing roles of women in Canadian society, supported with a national survey conducted by Ipsos.