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Best Feminist Men Of 2017

Best Feminist Men Of 2017

With the election of Donald Trump in January, many women prepared themselves for a year of defeat. And while Trump hasn’t let us down in that area, there have been some surprising benefits to Trump’s seemingly anti-women presidency. Combined with opening the floodgates of sexual harassment allegations, the brazen Trump administration has brought out the inner feminist of many high-profile […]

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How Black Women Are The Most Vulnerable To Maternal Deaths

How Black Women Are The Most Vulnerable To Maternal Deaths

On a melancholy Saturday this past February, Shalon Irving’s “village” — the friends and family she had assembled to support her as a single mother — gathered at a funeral home in a prosperous black neighborhood in southwest Atlanta to say goodbye and send her home. The afternoon light was gray but bright, flooding through tall arched windows and pouring […]

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Affordable Coats For The Chilly Season

Affordable Coats For The Chilly Season

When the crisp, winter breezes give you chills you can’t shake off, then it’s time to throw on a coat to stay warm! There are plenty of coats to peruse, so we picked out a few budget finds worth the investment. From luxurious faux fur to activity-ready coats, slip into these outerwear pieces for your strolls during this lovely holiday […]

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Katharine Graham’s Untold Story In “The Post”

Katharine Graham’s Untold Story In “The Post”

In 1976, the movie “All the President’s Men” came out, detailing Bernstein and Woodward’s account of exposing the Watergate scandal. Much of the journalistic firepower was accredited to the Washington Post’s executive editor, Ben Bradlee. Katharine Graham, the president of The Post at the time and a major component of its journalistic success, was all but left out of the […]

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3 Organizations Fighting Toxic Masculinity

3 Organizations Fighting Toxic Masculinity

Women around the world are finally speaking out about the sexual harassment and/or assault they have experienced in their lives, giving some men the time to reflect on their own behaviors and think critically about their relationships to women. After #MeToo spread like wildfire throughout social media, men responded with hashtags of their own, such as #IHearYou, #HowIWillChange and #IWillSpeakUp. […]

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Never Forget: Trump’s War On Women In 2017

Never Forget: Trump’s War On Women In 2017

A lot has occurred in regards to reproductive rights during Trump’s first year in office. 2017 was filled with legislation and decisions by the Trump administration about women’s rights, and spoiler alert: they weren’t positive developments. And not only were the Trump administration’s decisions harmful for women of the United States, they affected women worldwide. On his very first full […]

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The New Status Symbol: Rich Mothers With Big Families

The New Status Symbol: Rich Mothers With Big Families

There is a well-known relationship between income/education level and family size. The higher a woman’s income/education level, the fewer children she will have. This has held true for quite a while: until now. According to the US Census, in the last three decades, the negative correlation between a woman’s income/education level and number of children has reversed. Women in families […]

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15 Gifts To Give Your Badass Feminists This Holiday

15 Gifts To Give Your Badass Feminists This Holiday

It’s the end of the year, which means the winter holiday season of gift-giving is finally upon us! To help you out with your holiday shopping, we’ve compiled a list of items to give to your female-empowering, equality-loving friends. Or you could add some of these items to your list and subtly let your loved ones know what you want […]

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L&P Event: The Sexism In AI

L&P Event: The Sexism In AI

Is AI sexist? That’s the question that kickstarted the conversation on the evening of November 16 at the Battery in San Francisco. In the cozy lighting of the Parlor Room, men and women of all professions came together to listen to four panelists and engage in an open discussion around the issue of sexism in artificial intelligence. After planned panelist […]

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When Victims Report Rape, Prosecution May Await Them

When Victims Report Rape, Prosecution May Await Them

There’s growing widespread support for rape victims who come forward. But that’s not the case for some victims across the nation, unfortunately. Some are still confronted with doubt and abuse. Some are even prosecuted for reporting the rape. This story was co-published with The New York Times. The women accusing the Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual misconduct have faced […]

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Zero Gap Launch Party & Inaugural Power Of Parity Awards

Zero Gap Launch Party & Inaugural Power Of Parity Awards

On Friday, November 17, Zero Gap officially launched with a party in the Green Room of the War Memorial Opera House. Guests came dressed to impress and mingled over cocktails and hors d’oeuvres before sitting down to honor three special guests at Zero Gap’s annual Power of Parity Awards. Supervisor Mark Farrell, co-founder of Honeybook Shadiah Sigala, and acclaimed Silicon […]

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How To Make A Sweater Statement

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Sweaters are closet staples especially when temperatures drop. Although simple sweaters are great for layering in outfits, having a few unique and bold sweaters are a wonderful way to express yourself, even when it’s chilly. Here are a few tips about how to style a statement knit. Rina shows us how: Nothing beats pairing your favourite knit with your best […]

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