Swipe Right For America

Swipe Right For America

Sixty years after Richard Nixon lost the first televised presidential debate to a television-ready John F. Kennedy, one fact remains—branding is everything. From Facebook to Twitter to Tinder, personal branding on social media is key. Today’s millennials have been conditioned through social media to equate likes and followers with success. The youth of today have a lifetime’s practice honing their […]

How To Handle Negative Criticism

How To Handle Negative Criticism

People who are ‘brutally honest’ are more interested in brutality than in honesty. – Alan Cohen Every now and then a new attorney reaches out to me and asks for career advice.  I am always happy to help, since mentoring is rare in the legal profession and I remember how difficult entering the profession was for me almost twenty years […]

BBC Vows That Half Of Its Workforce Will Be Women In 2020

BBC Vows That Half Of Its Workforce Will Be Women In 2020

The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) announced in April that they would make diversity a priority in both workforce and content. The BBC has pledged to resolve gender disparity by ensuring that at least half of their 21,000 employee workforce will be female. In addition, the broadcaster will make an effort to ensure ethnic minorities, the disabled, and lesbian, gay, bisexual […]

Sexual Empowerment Without Sexual Entitlement

Sexual Empowerment Without Sexual Entitlement

For both parties involved in sexual enjoyment, the desires and preferences of both should be held at an equal level. However, when we demand for what we want, we break consent and can make the other party uncomfortable. One can still be sexually empowered, but enforcing entitlement does not support equality. Read on: Many feminists have recently come to realize […]

Hitting The Glass Ceiling? Start Your Own Business

Hitting The Glass Ceiling? Start Your Own Business

You are not given a dream unless you have the capacity to fulfill it. — Jack Canfield It’s a Monday morning at 8 am and I’ve just jumped off the elliptical machine.   I don’t have to get in my car to race through traffic for any reason.   I don’t feel any pressure to show up at an office full of […]


Anthony Weiner And The Rule Of Three

Anthony Weiner And The Rule Of Three

Brian Clark, in his CopyBlogger article entitled, “How to Use the ‘Rule of Three’ to create engaging content” suggests that things that happen in threes are somehow more effective. As a technique using humor, the Rule of Three renders a joke more memorable, more enjoyable, and somehow funnier. Recently, disgraced Democratic politician, Anthony Weiner, was caught in his third sexting […]

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30 Thoughts During The First Presidential Debate

30 Thoughts During The First Presidential Debate

It is no surprise that the first presidential debate between candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton was the most watched in history. There is a reason this election has earned an infamous reputation, luring in the attention of voters and nonvoters alike. It has been a rollercoaster, a spiraling whirlwind of scandalous discord. Some may find it unsettling, the dynamic […]

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The All Woman Project: “I Am All Woman”

The All Woman Project: “I Am All Woman”

Popular fashion and media has often categorized women by their physical attributes and ultimately deems certain women as the epitome of attractiveness, while all others fall short. Luckily, more sensible and open-minded ideas are becoming universal and many women are eager to promote the beauty in the diversity among women. Enter the All Woman Project. Created by models Clementine Desseaux […]

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Charming Colors For Citywear

Charming Colors For Citywear

It is an unspoken rule that black is the classic color for citywear. While the neutral color is certainly versatile, stylish, and professional, any citygoer should confidently try adding a variety of colors to his or her outfits. Liat shows us how: After an amazing week in Québec, I can definitely say that Quebec city is one of the most […]

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Beware Of Voter Suppression In America

A woman wears an "I voted" sticker after voting in Massachusetts' primary election in the East Boston neighborhood of Boston, Tuesday, March 1, 2016.  Voters from Vermont to Colorado, Alaska to American Samoa and a host of states in between were heading to polling places and caucus sites on the busiest day of the 2016 primaries.(AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)

If you watched the first presidential debate for the 2016 election, then you know the importance of exercising the right to vote in November. It is critical to register to vote, but it is crucial make sure that everything about your registration is completely in order. There are more instances of voter suppression than you think and here is a […]

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The Power Of Rhetoric In the 2016 Presidential Election

The Power Of Rhetoric In the 2016 Presidential Election

There is something magically corrupt about the influence of power on us. Sometimes, humanity looks more like a pile of magnets pulled into different directions and then swallowed whole by the side they “chose.” It’s in our nature to side with those who have influenced us, yet we seldom assess how they did. We find ourselves compelled and convinced before […]

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What To Wear At Wineries

What To Wear At Wineries

One of my favorite things to do in the San Francisco Bay Area is to go up north to visit wineries in Napa. They are an absolutely beautiful sight with the vineyards on the California hills. You may wonder what to wear to visit a winery. Luckily, this post will helps you in decide what outfit to wear on your […]

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Candidates And Character: The Election Of Denial?

Candidates And Character: The Election Of Denial?

Last month my stepmom, a lifelong Democrat who no longer trusts the Clintons, asked how my feminism and support of Hillary squared with the fact that she covered for Bill’s sexual misconduct.   During President Clinton’s 1990’s sex scandals I didn’t know much about the aggressive damage control Hillary did on Bill’s behalf. What I noticed about my First Lady […]

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The Dangers Of Trump Attacks On Media

The Dangers Of Trump Attacks On Media

The latest victim of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign is news media–and it is the one of most dangerous transgressions to take place during this year’s presidential race. After attacking Mexicans, Muslims, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, and so many others, he has called media “crooked,” “dishonest,” and even lacking “credibility.” These comments have arisen again in light of Trump’s claim […]

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Inside San Francisco’s Social Event Of The Season

Attendees of Opening Night of Symphony Gala

The Symphony Opening Gala is one of San Francisco’s must-attend events of the season. Part social event,  part cultural producer, the evening is a brilliant agglomeration of human and cultural capital. The dense clustering of political heavy weights, tech titans and emerging professionals allows for a unique opportunity to bond over the cultural value of music as art. The opening night gave a […]

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Off The Shoulder Trend For Fall

Off The Shoulder Trend For Fall

The off the should trend boomed during the summer season, marking the comeback of the classic fashion trend. If you want to still rock the look into the next season, you absolutely can! It’s all about the colors and materials to make it more appropriate for the less warm weather. Sian shows us how: DC is a BIG brunch city, […]

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The Necessary Reform For Family Court

The Necessary Reform For Family Court

The custody battles that take place on family court are tense and heartbreaking. But it seems that the the psychological experts that judges rely on in these cases have a lack of expertise on a crucial but overlooked component in custody battles: domestic and child abuse. Luckily, it reform may be slowly approaching: On a Saturday evening in late March […]

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Why Society Needs To Better Support Teenage Girls

Why Society Needs To Better Support Teenage Girls

The teenage years are considered to be one of the most difficult stages in life. Despite being so young, teenagers are confronted with the world and its standards. They must process where each of them stands in this world and how this world responds to them. But is our society supporting teenage girls enough? The answer is obvious: Teenage girls […]

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The Most Relaxing Tea Bar In SF

The Most Relaxing Tea Bar In SF

San Francisco is a city with a lot to offer. Any visitor and resident is certain to have a diverse experience. In a matter of blocks, one can encounter a variety of culture and creativity. It is a place that encourages exploration and open-minded, an opportunity to experience some of the world in a small space. Alyson recently went on […]

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How To Frame Exercise Positively

How To Frame Exercise Positively

As positive body image movements influence our society for the better, we must better frame what exercise means exactly. In our media and popular culture, exercise is often associated with weight-loss, attractiveness, superiority, and more, which can communicate toxic messages to our younger generations. Here’s how we should communicate exercise differently to our children: Last year, I turned forty and […]

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3 Tips For Balancing Work And Personal

3 Tips For Balancing Work And Personal

According to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the United States is ranks above average in “housing, income, wealth” and numerous other personal liberties. However, America’s lowest score in this comprehensive life quality study is work-life balance. In aspiring and working towards “having it all” in both professional and personal spheres, the most difficult task is maintaining this […]

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