A new research project about, of all things, the “selfie,” shows we women may have a long way to go.
The project called Selfiecity, backed by the City University of New York, California Institute of Telecommunication and Information, and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, is exploring the impact of the selfie on our society. Researchers looked at selfies shared on Instagram in five major international cities, Bangkok, Berlin, Moscow, New York and Sao Paulo, over six months.
While they found that women, on average, take more selfies than men, the situation reverses itself after age 40.
Read more: CNN