Have you ever noticed that men's deodorant or face cream is much
cheaper than the women's version? Or that dry cleaners charge, oh, $.99
for men's dress shirts and $4.99 for women's?
Ms. is launching a
campaign to end the "gender pricing gap"--the difference in pricing
between comparable women's and men's products, services and clothing.
But we need your help!
If two products are made by the same company and have the same
ingredients, or if two services require the same work, or if two items
of clothing have only tiny differences (such as whether the buttons are
on the left or the right), but women are charged more than men, tell
It's time to end the gender pricing gap, but we can't do it without you!
Share your examples below!