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How Technology Has Changed The Healthcare Industry For Women

How Technology Has Changed The Healthcare Industry For Women

By Samantha Rivers Technology is changing healthcare for many groups. Moms of babies in the NICU can now use video conferencing technology to check up on their babies when they […]

Contributors, Working Women

Women “May Just” Be The Best Thing That Ever Happened To The Business World

Women “May Just” Be The Best Thing That Ever Happened To The Business World

By Amanda Earley It really wasn’t so long ago that the idea of women entering the workforce, let alone women in business or owning a company, was kind of a […]

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Non-Profit ‘Rescuing Leftover Cuisine’ Tackles The Problem Of Food Waste During The Holidays

Non-Profit ‘Rescuing Leftover Cuisine’ Tackles The Problem Of Food Waste During The Holidays

By Monica Hunasikatti It’s easy for us to get lost in the fast-paced society that we live in. We often take significant parts of our lives for granted, especially during […]

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How This Stay At Home Mom Went From Parenting To Producing Her Own National Play About Motherhood

How This Stay At Home Mom Went From Parenting To Producing Her Own National Play About Motherhood

By Lindsay Kavet At 22 I came to LA with the dream of becoming a director and empowering women. At 27 I called my mom up from the Valley, hysterically […]

Contributors, Family Life

Pink For Girls & Blue For Boys – Why We Need To Change Gender Stereotyping From Birth

Pink For Girls & Blue For Boys – Why We Need To Change Gender Stereotyping From Birth

By Monica Lowry Parents want what’s best for their children, and really that’s one of the most beautiful truths of the human race. But the assumption that we’re all doing […]

Boys We Like, Contributors, Politics

“Because It’s 2015” – Canadian PM Justin Trudeau’s Reason For Needing Gender Equality

“Because It’s 2015” – Canadian PM Justin Trudeau’s Reason For Needing Gender Equality

By Charlotte Anderson Justin Trudeau – the Prime Minister of Canada, self-declared feminist, boxing champion and the socialist wet dream for many young ‘bleeding heart liberals’, as my dad likes […]

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This Genius Woman Created An App Designed To Take The Slut-Shaming Out Of Virtual Dating

This Genius Woman Created An App Designed To Take The Slut-Shaming Out Of Virtual Dating

By Amy Galland Have you ever been texting or sexting with someone and you aren’t sure which words to use? Have you been concerned that if you say penis, dick, […]

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6 Months In A Coma, Surviving Abuse, & A Decade Of Medical Trauma Became My Recipe For Success

6 Months In A Coma, Surviving Abuse, & A Decade Of Medical Trauma Became My Recipe For Success

By Amy Oestreicher There I was, thrilled to get my very first college acceptance letter.  I couldn’t believe I had gotten into the musical theatre program at University of Michigan!  […]

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Disproportion She Wrote: Why Female Writers Are Underrepresented In The Media

Disproportion She Wrote: Why Female Writers Are Underrepresented In The Media

By Lydia Huxley Much of the best music released over the last five years has been made by women or female-fronted groups. St. Vincent. tUnE-yArDs. Janelle Monae. Mr. Twin Sister. […]

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If We Believe In Equality, Shouldn’t The Transgender Community Be Part Of The US Census?

If We Believe In Equality, Shouldn’t The Transgender Community Be Part Of The US Census?

By Danika McClure Laverne Cox caused the transgender tipping point last year when she graced the cover of TIME magazine. Since her appearance on the reality television program, ‘I Want […]

Contributors, Interviews

South Africa’s Leading LGBTQ Activist On What It Actually Takes To Change The World

South Africa’s Leading LGBTQ Activist On What It Actually Takes To Change The World

By Hannah Madeline In 2008, Ndumie Funda found herself grappling with the deaths of her fiancé, Nosizwe Nomsa Bizana, and close friend, Luleka Makiwane. Both women had died of AIDS […]

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From Child Abuse To CEO: African Woman Conquers Her Past To Help Other Girls Have A Future

From Child Abuse To CEO: African Woman Conquers Her Past To Help Other Girls Have A Future

By Joelle Wyser-Pratte Recently I read a story about Consoler Eliya, founder and CEO of the New Hope for Girls Organization (NHGO), which operates out of Tanzania. Consoler Eliya had […]

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These 4 Rowers Are Set To Make History As The First Women To Cross The Pacific Ocean

These 4 Rowers Are Set To Make History As The First Women To Cross The Pacific Ocean

By Sarah Moshman Four women are rowing across the Pacific Ocean. Right now. It sounds crazy doesn’t it? But you read correctly – 4 women in their 20s, 30s and […]

Contributors, Working Women

How I Dealt With Gender Discrimination As A Woman In The Automotive Industry

How I Dealt With Gender Discrimination As A Woman In The Automotive Industry

By Chelsy Ranard When I first started working for an off-roading tour in Alaska I didn’t know anything about cars – about any vehicle really. I walked on site for […]

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What I Think About The Wage Gap After Learning I Was Paid Less Than Male Colleagues

What I Think About The Wage Gap After Learning I Was Paid Less Than Male Colleagues

By Torri Myler The wage gap is always a hot topic. Whether you’re a politician in search for media coverage or a feminist settling for the easiest argument supporting gender […]