Women physicists are a rare breed, but most of us agree that we need more of them. They have many problems in common with other professional women, but some are peculiar to physics. Many would like to work part time while raising families. Some feel that the system should have a bias built in to help women get into science and stay there. Others caution against lowering our standards. How do we provide models for young girls to identify with? Is the situation different abroad? Can the federal government help? Can genuine discrimination be observed?

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