maternal profiling
 n.— «At many house parties, the issue that has generated the most discussion is something that activists call “maternal profiling.” That is using information about a woman’s status as a parent to make managerial decisions, like whether to hire her and how much to pay her.» —“Mom’s Mad. And She’s Organized” by Kara Jesella New York Times Feb. 22, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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