The New York City Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) recently published a study1 of prices in 24 NYC stores for 794 products. It found that female products cost an average of 7% more than comparable male versions. Such differences were widespread; in 30 of 35 product categories, female products had higher prices.  The report ominously concluded that … (to read more)

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