We’re Excited For These Female Leaders

We’re Excited For These Female Leaders

The 2016 presidential election results came to a stunning end with Republican candidate Donald Trump winning the electoral college votes to become president, while Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton won the nation’s popular vote. It was a truly unexpected turn of events and the country was close to having its first female president in its 238 year history. Although we will […]

30 Thoughts During The Final Presidential Debate

30 Thoughts During The Final Presidential Debate

If there’s one thing for certain about this presidential election is that many want Election Day to come sooner. The past three debates have been, to say the least, eye-opening and exhausting. They were fantastic opportunities to see how each candidate hold themselves and how each demonstrates what kind of leaders they would be if either became president. But receiving […]

When Toxic Masculinity Uses Feminism Irresponsibly

When Toxic Masculinity Uses Feminism Irresponsibly

It is so important that people of all genders work together to make sure that everyone is treated equally. Many of us advocate under the cause of feminism, but as feminism becomes more widespread, it can be susceptible to misuse. We must be cautious of when toxic masculinity uses feminism irresponsibly: Never is a man so potentially dangerous to a female-read person […]

How To Dress For Fall 2016

How To Dress For Fall 2016

Fall has finally arrived and it is time to hang up your summer dress and trade it for a sweater dress. Fall is such a beautiful season and one of my favorites. One question one may have and struggle with this upcoming season is how to change your wardrobe to dress accordingly to weather changes, yet still look stylish. This […]

Is Chivalry Dead, Or Should We Kill It?

Is Chivalry Dead, Or Should We Kill It?

In feminism of 2016, in which women strive for equality in all aspects of life, chivalry is a concept that is somewhat confusing. Today’s feminists are unsure of whether or not they should let their dates open doors, or pay for their dinner. Here is an analysis of how we should view chivalry, and how it affects a woman’s independence: I have […]


These 8 Female Activists Fought To Change The World

These 8 Female Activists Fought To Change The World

This is a spotlight on several women activists, some you know and others you probably don’t. Despite public work on a range of different issues across the world and throughout history, all these women deserve the utmost recognition and respect for their fearlessness and tenacity in standing up for what they believe is right.   Susan B. Anthony Quite the […]

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Matisse & Diebenkorn At SFMOMA

Matisse & Diebenkorn At SFMOMA

Two artists with different styles who worked in different parts of the twentieth century and in different countries come together in the newest exhibit at the SF MOMA. Henri Matisse and Richard Diebenkorn never met, but their work converses with each other as if the two crafted side by side. And that effect is exactly what the creators of this […]

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Photo by Henri Meilhac

Women’s History Month 2017: 10 Best Social Media Posts, Pt. 3

It’s the final week of Women’s History Month, and the celebration continues! We’ve seen a ton of empowering posts all over social media, especially about notable women who have made #HERstory. Since this month is all about looking back (and making) history, we’ve collected the best social media posts that reflect women making their mark in various fields. Check out this […]

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Women In Leadership: Stronger Together

Women In Leadership: Stronger Together

The rise of female leaders in the world is improving at a slow but fairly steady pace. We have seen many incredibly driven women become catalysts for change by taking charge in their respective field. However, a question remains: how do we get future world leaders, decision-makers and even thought leaders to fuel the flame ignited by the amazing women […]

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Sexism In Silicon Valley Is Obviously Not Over

Sexism In Silicon Valley Is Obviously Not Over

Women in the tech field are often defined more by their frequent exposure to sexism than their actual work. From men only asking other men questions during meetings to male bosses directly objectifying their female employees, sexism ranges from subtle to overt. A survey titled “The Elephant in the Valley” focuses on inherent misogyny in Silicon Valley alone. For a […]

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Ruffles Are Making Waves In Spring Style

Photo courtesy of Liat

It’s time for spring! Although floral patterns are a staple trend for the seasons, there are plenty of other styles that evoke the delicate, petal-like theme, for example: ruffles! Ruffles are can be considered too frilly for some, but with the right outfit and patterns, ruffles can be as classic as florals, but more memorable. See how Liat does it […]

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Cracks In The Glass Ceiling

Cracks In The Glass Ceiling

Many remarkable women throughout history have paved the way for female leaders by breaking down the metaphorical glass ceiling in numerous fields, including politics and business. Because of these women’s efforts, we can see a global increase in the number of female leaders, ranging from politicians and community leaders to executives and entrepreneurs. However, the works is not done yet […]

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Pure Eating, Living, And Baking With Mandy Harper

Pure Eating, Living, And Baking With Mandy Harper

Mandy Harper started Wholesome Bakery with an interest in nutrition and sustainability. For starters, Wholesome Bakery caters to those with dietary restrictions and provides everyone with “guilt-free goodies” that are free of gluten, dairy, egg, soy and trans fat. How else is it different from other bakeries? Well, as Mandy says, “You don’t feel like crap after indulging.” How did […]

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First Steps To Approaching The Political Divide

First Steps To Approaching The Political Divide

Consumption does not always refer to what we put into our stomachs but our minds as well. When taking into account triggering political rhetoric, “fake news” accusations, and severe nationwide divide, it all begs the question: How do I process this information and approach it in an effective way? Many aspects of the current political discourse are harmful to marginalized […]

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Street Style San Francisco VII

Street Style San Francisco VII

Here comes the sun! After weeks of rain and clouds, it seems like the sunshine has returned (albeit with wind chill) to the now less-drought-ridden California. Fashionistas in San Francisco are taking advantage of the sunnier, drier weather, so check out some of women we came across this week. Name: Maya Occupation: Fashion Design Student Style: Strategic layering of patterns […]

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Don’t Lean In—Stand Up And Walk Out!

Photo by Quentin Keller

Although Women’s Day has been observed in manifestations around the world for the better part of a century, this year is the first time March 8th will mark a unified, global mobilization. Last month eight feminist scholars and activists published a call to the women of America to join a general strike alongside feminist groups in 30 countries. Organizers of […]

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Women’s History Month 2017: 11 Best Social Media Posts, Pt 1

Women’s History Month 2017: 11 Best Social Media Posts, Pt 1

Happy Women’s History Month! It fills us with great pride to celebrate this month and remember the impressive women who have made a difference in science, business, politics, the arts, and more.  Especially in modern times, we are reminded of how women have persisted in the face of opposition and will continue to persevere for a world in which equality […]

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Street Style San Francisco VI

Street Style San Francisco VI

While some rushed into cafés to escape the cold, others strolled through the streets in tactically layered outfits, unfazed by the unusually cold weather taking the city. Check out some of our picks of great style for the week! Name: Rae Occupation: Managing Director Style: Ultra Chic Currently: Finishing coffee and headed to dentist appointment! Rae’s outfit features a high neck printed […]

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Having The Period Talk? Don’t Forget These 4 Things

Having The Period Talk? Don’t Forget These 4 Things

By many people in our society, menstruation is still a taboo that one does not dare discuss. It’s a topic saved for woman-to-woman interactions in private settings. The taboo-status is changing as more women actively create awareness about it and demystify it, but we’ll most likely never see it casually discussed on daily media. This must change and it starts […]

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No Fear, No Walls: How To Foster A Better Relationship With Yourself

No Fear, No Walls: How To Foster A Better Relationship With Yourself

We did it! We’ve survived an agonizing first month of the Trump Presidency with little to no relief to look forward to. In the last few weeks we’ve covered ways that we can start strengthening relationships in the Trump Era, starting with our communities and our loved ones. Now it’s time to tackle building a stronger relationship with someone who’s […]

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Street Style San Francisco V

Street Style San Francisco V

Walking through the occasionally sunny but typically windy streets of the Financial District in downtown San Francisco, we managed to catch a few stylish residents during their coffee break. The rain affecting California is finally letting up and many are breaking out sunglasses for the state’s characteristic sun. Check out more below!   Name: Sarah Occupation: Admin and Grad school […]

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