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We women receive the message early that we shouldn’t talk about money.
“Leave the saving of the world to the men? I don’t think so.” Elastigirl, from The Incredibles Hell yeah....
This weekend I watched Sally Kohn’s TED Talk, “What we can do about the culture of hate.” It was the most powerful 17.5 minutes I’ve watched in a while.
"Everything – literally every thing, every single thing, absolutely every damn thing – that you can do to make the world better for women also makes the world better for men.” - Helen Rosner (@Hels)
I don’t know about your social feed last week, but mine was dominated by the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, and the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.
I live on the route. By 10:30am on Saturday morning, there were some number of women milling around. By 11:30am, the streets were packed. Absolutely packed. Shoulder to shoulder.
I’ve been thinking a lot about my daughter lately, and the messages that I as a mother have given to her – and where I have fallen short.
Given that it’s the week of Thanksgiving, I'm supposed to write about the “women I am grateful for.” For inspiration, I just need to look around our office
I found myself searching for a synonym for the word “feminism.” Since I was in a Word document, I clicked on the handy-dandy Tools > Thesaurus in my toolbar. And the synonym that came up for it was…
For as long as many of us can remember, the concept of women advancing in business has felt like an individual sport.
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When I’ve gotten together with my girlfriends since the Harvey Weinstein news broke, each of us has shared our “powerful man made a pass at me at work” story. Here's mine.