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 […]


Jennifer Aniston Is Tired of Your Pregnancy Rumors

Jennifer Aniston Is Tired of Your Pregnancy Rumors

Jennifer Aniston wrote a beautifully heartfelt letter recently, finally addressing her feelings about how she is portrayed in the media. Aniston states she is not on social media, and usually ignores tabloid headlines about herself, but this time she has had enough. Aniston’s issue is with media representation of what makes a women happy and whole. She presses  the notion […]

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The Importance Of Educational Leadership

The Importance Of Educational Leadership

In order for women and girls to reach their full potential, they need passionate leaders to believe in them from a young age. Here is the story of a few inspiring teachers who are helping low income youth to fulfill their full intelligence: Too often, students of color and students who face challenging circumstances don’t receive the support and encouragement […]

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President Barack Obama and his family and Vice President Joe Biden and his family celebrate their nominations as the confetti falls at the conclusion of the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., on Thursday, Sept. 6, 2012. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

12 Memorable Moments As Hillary Made History

1. The Bern Is Cooling Down: Bernie Sanders was greeted by a substantial peppering of blue Bernie signs and a standing ovation. He called for unity within the party, through a thick, almost comical New York accent, officially telling his delegates that he’s with Her. On night two, his brother Larry Sanders also stood and spoke about “Bernard” through tears, […]

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Feminism Is Vital To Our Education System

Feminism Is Vital To Our Education System

Our children are the future. We must make sure that we nurture and educate them so that they can make the progress that’s so necessary in our world. It may be an ambitious feat, but the change we want to see starts in revolutionizing the education system in place. Here’s why we need tones of feminism in our schooling: In […]

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How The Future Is Brighter For Women

How The Future Is Brighter For Women

To be born a woman is to be subject to mistreatment by society because of her gender. The perpetuation of gender inequality may not always be intentional, but its roots are deeply ingrained in the treatment and understanding of women. It’s ridiculous that an entire gender population has repeatedly been given the short end of the stick. Women are underrepresented, […]

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Mastering The Gingham Pattern

Mastering The Gingham Pattern

For a classic pattern like gingham, it can be difficult to pull off without drawing similarities to a tablecloth or a picnic blanket. One of the techniques to keep gingham fresh and less like a decoration is to try a daring outfit and balance the gingham with another pattern. Liat shows us an example: My new obsession is this sweet […]

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What To Do When You Feel Overwhelmed

What To Do When You Feel Overwhelmed

We all know what it’s like to feel overwhelmed. In our present society, there is an incredible amount of demands to meet in all aspects in our lives. It can feel quite impossible to make progress on any of our goals simply because it feels like all our goals bear the same weight and importance. In the end, being overwhelming […]

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5 Accusations Of “Bad Feminism” And Why There’s No Such Thing

5 Accusations Of “Bad Feminism” And Why There’s No Such Thing

Have you ever been accused of being a “bad feminist?” This could be for multiple reasons, from liking a certain musical artist to how you were educated about feminism. However, if one says there is such thing as a “bad feminist,” it enforces the fact there is a singular kind of feminism. Here are a few reasons haters may say […]

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The Tips And Tricks To Maternity Clothing

The Tips And Tricks To Maternity Clothing

When a woman is pregnant, dressing herself can be a challenge because of her growing belly. It truly does take some planning to determine what’s most accommodating for her changing body, but there are a few easy tips to go by. Diana tells us more: The first time I was pregnant, I spent way too much time and money on […]

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The Unaddressed Race Issue In America

The Unaddressed Race Issue In America

This summer in America has brought about numerous tragedies. June started with a rapist in California that was essentially set free, on June 12th there was the most deadly mass shooting on American soil at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, and July saw multiple fatal police shootings of African-American men. Alton Sterling was fatally shot on July 5th. Just […]

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Why We Shouldn’t Belittle First-World Feminism

Why We Shouldn’t Belittle First-World Feminism

There is a lot of injustice happening at the same time in our world. It can be frustrating to address one social issue when an equally frustrating problem occurs simultaneously. We should help third-world countries get the necessities and equality they deserve, but that does not mean we should overlook the first world feminist issues. Here’s why: “Why complain about the […]

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Lovely Flowers For Your Soul

Lovely Flowers For Your Soul

Many of us relish the weekend after a long work week. We want to relax, take a break, and rejuvenate. In the end, the weekend is not just for a brief break, but it’s also preparation for us to take on the next week. Here’s a tip for how to better prepared for Monday during a relaxing weekend. Alyson shows […]

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14 Self-Care Practices For Feminists

14 Self-Care Practices For Feminists

Fellow feminists, you have been hard at work to bring equality to those who are marginalized. While you dedicate much of your efforts to enforce justice, please don’t forget to take the time to care for yourself. Here are a few things you need to do for yourself: Yay, you made it! If you’re a feminist reading this article, I’m […]

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Reality Check: Women Don’t Hate Other Women

Reality Check: Women Don’t Hate Other Women

This is not an article recounting insipid, high school-esque events like the gossip junkie in your fourth period gym class. This is a piece about the repeated pitting against each other of female public figures perpetuating gender inequality, with the idea that all women hate other women, therefore men should hate them too (and discredit their intelligence or refuse to […]

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Feeling That Summer Blue

Feeling That Summer Blue

The summer isn’t getting any cooler for many of us, but the color of the season is certainly cool. Combined with the off-the-shoulder top that is in style, this is the look for summer of 2016. Here’s how Liat styled these popular trends: I really hope you’re not getting tired of this cold shoulder trend, ’cause I am not… It’s seems […]

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Men’s Objectification Of Women Starts At Birth

Men’s Objectification Of Women Starts At Birth

From the moment of birth, men are taught to view women as objects. The following four points exposes how men are instilled with this perspective from various aspects of their upbringing, whether by their parents or the system they exist in. If we want to change how women are viewed and treated, change must start from the very beginning. One […]

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