What Happens When Women Speak Up?

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In the US Senate, powerful men speak more often than their junior male colleagues. But powerful women Senators don't take more time on the floor than less influential women. New research shows there are reasons for that, and it's not just female paranoia.

When Kanye West grabbed the microphone from MTV Music Award winner Taylor Swift and launched into a monologue, it was the most public example of what's called, "manterruption." That's according to Jessica Bennett, who's also written about "bropriating." She's a columnist at Time magazine and contributing editor for Sheryl Sandberg's nonprofit women's organization Lean In.