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Patriarchal Culture Is To Blame For A High Number Of Trafficking Cases In India

Patriarchal Culture Is To Blame For A High Number Of Trafficking Cases In India

By Katarzyna Rybarczyk Human trafficking, an issue affecting mainly women and girls, has been a major problems across the country for generations. Although it is difficult to measure the exact […]

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We Need To Talk More About Young Girls’ Mental Health

We Need To Talk More About Young Girls’ Mental Health

By Brielle Lee Social media platforms like TikTok and Instagram have a huge influence on how girls view themselves by setting unattainable beauty standards, often making girls feel less than. […]

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Women’s Voices Now Director On Her Mission To Amplify The Voices Of Global Women Through Film

Women’s Voices Now Director On Her Mission To Amplify The Voices Of Global Women Through Film

There’s a lot to be concerned and even fearful of in the world today, and a simple newsfeed scroll can easily confirm these fears on a daily basis. So where […]

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Miranda Malone and another NPH volunteer with some of the "pequenos" | Photo by Alex Hanel, NPH International

How An Org. Dedicated To Lifting Girls Out Of Poverty Changed The Course Of My Mother’s Life (And Mine!)

By Miranda Malone If only we, as women, knew we had such power. Power to not only enrich our own lives but positively change the destiny of little girls who, […]

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Why Early & Epic Female Mentorship Matters Now More Than Ever

Why Early & Epic Female Mentorship Matters Now More Than Ever

By Illana Raia, author of ‘The Epic Mentor Guide’ When I was working as a corporate lawyer at a global firm in NYC, I noticed that my middle school-age daughter […]

Contributors

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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STEM vs. STEAM: The Importance of Creativity

STEM vs. STEAM: The Importance of Creativity

By Sriya Tallapragada Dear teachers, STEM—science, technology, engineering, and mathematics—once a simple acronym, it has now evolved into one of the buzzwords that instantly catches the attention of most educators. […]

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Let Girls Be Girls – Why “Sexy” Dolls Perpetuate Harmful Objectification

Let Girls Be Girls – Why “Sexy” Dolls Perpetuate Harmful Objectification

By Jodi Bondi Norgaard “What is being marketed to our girls? What’s going on right underneath our noses?” This is one mother’s response to a hidden feature of LOL Surprise! […]

Causes

I Think I Am Going To Wear Red Today

I Think I Am Going To Wear Red Today

By Maya Shine for PhotoBook Let’s say it’s a Tuesday morning. You wake up, head to the bathroom and discover you have just gotten your monthly visitor, your period. It […]

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Confession From the Girl Who Didn’t Like Girls & Why I Decided To Change My Mindset

Confession From the Girl Who Didn’t Like Girls & Why I Decided To Change My Mindset

By Chelsea Ranard For as long as I can remember, I’ve had sister-like relationships with my closest girlfriends. Many of them are still close to me, and I continue to […]

Entertainment

Why Education Is A Crucial Ingredient In The Global Empowerment Of Women

Why Education Is A Crucial Ingredient In The Global Empowerment Of Women

By Fazreen Razeek “If you educate a man you educate an individual; however, if you educate a woman you educate a whole nation.” – Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru We live in […]

Interviews

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Entrepreneur Launches Clothing Line To Encourage Girls’ Education & Brains Over Beauty

In the age of feminist and female empowerment t-shirt slogans on fashion runways an clothing stores being criticized for not taking activism further than a mere aesthetic, this clothing line […]

Boys We Like, Family Life

Ray and Vida | "Dear Daughters"| Sham Hinchey and Marzia Messina

‘Dear Daughters’ Photo Project Capturing Fathers Talk To Their Daughters About Feminism

A new photo series that has been getting a fair amount of press attention has got us excited. The ‘Dear Daughters’ project comes from photographers Marzia Messina and Sham Hinchey, […]

Family Life

Non-Profit Launches Campaign Teaching Girls Their Worth Isn’t Determined By Their Appearance

Non-Profit Launches Campaign Teaching Girls Their Worth Isn’t Determined By Their Appearance

Do you ever find yourself automatically resorting to the “you look so pretty!” statement when you are talking to a young girl? Do your comments naturally default to something about […]

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Our New ‘Teen Voices’ Series: Girls In Uganda Learning Leadership Skills Through Education

Our New ‘Teen Voices’ Series: Girls In Uganda Learning Leadership Skills Through Education

We’re excited to launch a new mini-series on GTHQ! We’re partnering with a non-profit organization called Women In Leadership, based out of Uganda, to help promote one of their initiatives. […]