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Writer Reflects On Her Mother’s Mexican Immigrant Experience & The Call To California.

Writer Reflects On Her Mother’s Mexican Immigrant Experience & The Call To California.

By Linda Feyder I am a second-generation Mexican-American on my maternal side. Like so many of us today, my genealogy reads like a complicated recipe.  A little of this, a little […]

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Why Imposter Syndrome Is So Common and What We Can Do About It

Why Imposter Syndrome Is So Common and What We Can Do About It

By Jennifer O’Callaghan Have you ever watched a candid interview with an A-list celebrity where they admit to self-doubt? Jodie Foster once said that when she won her first Oscar, […]

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Regaining The Magic My Eating Disorder Stole From Me

Regaining The Magic My Eating Disorder Stole From Me

By Melanie Gibson Something happens to teenage girls that replaces their magic with a curse. Their personal interests fade away while they chase approval from others. Whatever love they have […]

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Author Lands Six-Figure Book Deal After 13 Years Of Failed Attempts & Time Spent Paying It Forward

Author Lands Six-Figure Book Deal After 13 Years Of Failed Attempts & Time Spent Paying It Forward

By Jessica Vitalis Writing a book is hard. Getting an agent is harder. And landing a book deal — that’s about as easy as landing on the moon. Or so […]

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How To Wield The Power Of Patience In The Face Of Career Doubt

How To Wield The Power Of Patience In The Face Of Career Doubt

By Jennifer O’Callaghan This past year, I’ve had endless advice flood my social media feed about how to pivot your career and come out on top. In the days of […]

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Your Sex Life Shouldn’t Have To End When You Turn 70

Your Sex Life Shouldn’t Have To End When You Turn 70

By Elizabeth Green I’m watching the Grammys and I’m loving the country music gals singing so beautifully and remembering it wasn’t always cool to love country music. But then, in […]

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New Novel Reveals The Untold Story Of Environmental Activist Marjory Stoneman Douglas

New Novel Reveals The Untold Story Of Environmental Activist Marjory Stoneman Douglas

By Lori McMullen Marjory Stoneman Douglas died on May 14, 1998 at the age of 108. She was, even in her later years, the boldest environmental activist you likely know […]

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How My Hardships Became The Building Blocks For Resilience

How My Hardships Became The Building Blocks For Resilience

By Krista Nerestant Resilience isn’t just about surviving the experience but to be healthfully intact after.  Survive….it’s only the first step. The quarter-life crisis is real. I experienced mine in […]

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New Novel Delves Into The Fascinating History Of The Birth Control Movement In Massachusetts

New Novel Delves Into The Fascinating History Of The Birth Control Movement In Massachusetts

By Ames Sheldon It’s easy to forget what life was like for women before birth control was readily accessible. But in Massachusetts, it took nearly one hundred years for women […]

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Excluding Sex Work from Sexual Empowerment: A Stripper’s Take On Netflix’s “Strip Down, Rise Up”

Excluding Sex Work from Sexual Empowerment: A Stripper’s Take On Netflix’s “Strip Down, Rise Up”

By Alyssa Aparicio The erotic doesn’t necessarily = profane Sacred doesn’t necessarily =  that which has been decided by the white, colonial, capitalist, heteronormative gaze Profane doesn’t necessarily= lower class, […]

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What Makes A True Woman? Dissecting The Cross-Cultural Gender Norms In My Global Travels.

What Makes A True Woman? Dissecting The Cross-Cultural Gender Norms In My Global Travels.

By C.Nichole I was born in Texas, USA, a Western world country. Over the years, I’ve had my fair share of travel to what would be considered eastern world countries […]

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New Novel ‘Smashers Synched’ Serves Up The Heroines That Women Are Hungry For

New Novel ‘Smashers Synched’ Serves Up The Heroines That Women Are Hungry For

By Shaz Kahng “Sure, there’s a push to get more talented women of color onto boards and into the C-suite, but you know what? Those women just aren’t out there.” […]

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I Decided To Release My Second TV Series During The Pandemic, And Here’s What Happened…

I Decided To Release My Second TV Series During The Pandemic, And Here’s What Happened…

By Alex Spieth Dear Readers, It’s your fave indie filmmaker, Alex Spieth. When last we spoke, I was in the midst of season two of my first series ‘Blank My […]

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Dear Fellow Mom, You’re Doing A Great Job. Seriously!

Dear Fellow Mom, You’re Doing A Great Job. Seriously!

By Nina Restieri When a woman becomes her own best friend, life is easier. —Diane von Furstenberg  “I’m a shitty mom.” I texted those words to a friend after a […]

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The Age Of Working Smart: How To Leave Burnout In The Dust

The Age Of Working Smart: How To Leave Burnout In The Dust

By Jennifer O’Callaghan When I first moved to New York, a television company hired me as their production assistant. Arriving from Northern Canada, I was new to the industry, and […]