In this episode, Eugene and I debate and discuss the so-called “Billy Graham” rule, a practice among some male evangelical Protestant leaders, where they avoid spending time alone with women to whom they are not married. On this Apple Events day, we also discuss what Sir Jony Ive’s departure means for the company, David has an old-man-on-the-lawn moment about “bezels,” and we catch up on how our diets are (or aren’t) going. As always, thanks for listening!
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“The most harmful aspect of the Graham/Pence rule is this: It keeps women out of the room. It says that men can forward their careers via mentoring sessions, golf games and brainstorming lunches, but women cannot. The Graham/Pence rule prevents women from climbing to the top of their careers because the men who have the power to help them get there won’t even let them in the room.” – Monica Hesse