On “Problematic Women,” we often talk about the widely misunderstood gender pay gap. But this week, we discuss another “gap”—the alleged beauty gap, and whether women are treated differently in the workplace based on their looks.

We also discuss Planned Parenthood’s sky-is-falling rhetoric after the organization voluntarily removed itself from the Title X funding program, and the dating site OKCupid claiming in a tweet, “Girls don’t want flowers and chocolates—girls want someone who supports reproductive rights.”

Finally, we sit down with Olivia Enos, senior policy analyst for the Asian Studies Center at The Heritage Foundation, to discuss the Hong Kong protests and how women, in particular, have been involved.