TBA Law Blog


Posted by: Suzanne Craig Robertson on Oct 12, 2018

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has always had a following, but now her appeal has branched out. She has become a pop culture icon, the ABA Journal reports. "You can be an upper middle-class, a suburban stay-at-home mom, an urban graduate student who identifies as genderqueer / nonbinary or a rural America retiree who voted for Donald Trump and still admire Ginsburg, according to marketing experts, who say that her appeal with various groups is unique. And the attention the Me Too movement has brought to sexual harassment and rape has made many more people interested in speaking about gender discrimination publicly — issues Ginsburg has been addressing and fighting for decades."