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Frida Kahlo And Other Historic Women Are Being Made Into Barbies
Mattel is also honoring a few living legends, including Olympian Chloe Kim, this International Women's Day.
Amazing Video Shows Coconut Crab Killing Bird In Brutal Fashion
You probably don't want to see one of these on a dark night.
ARTS & CULTURE
Street Artist Shows 'Courage Has No Gender' With Powerful Stencils Of Famous Faces
Meg Zany pays homage to those "who have shattered gender norms to make a difference" in her new project.
Amelia Earhart's Prenup Is Proof That She Was The Ultimate Feminist
There were no decorations or flowers and the two didn’t even exchange wedding rings.
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Amelia Earhart Had No Time For Outdated Surname Standards
The pilot complained to The New York Times in this 1932 letter.
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'Newly Discovered' Amelia Earhart Pic Is BS, Military History Buff Says
Kota Yamano says it took just a half hour to debunk a theory that Earhart was captured by the Japanese.
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Amelia Earhart Was More Than Just A Pilot
Dr. Katherine Sharp Landdeck
Historian, Writer, Producer, Pilot
"Lady Lindy" was amazing in flight, but her best work was on the ground.
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Newly Discovered Photo Suggests Amelia Earhart Survived Plane Crash (UPDATED)
Researchers believe the famed pilot may have been captured by the Japanese.
You Need To Give Up These 7 Mental Habits If You Want To Be Successful
CEO and Founder of LexION Capital
More than anything, your thoughts determine your success. If Oprah had a negative mindset, her empire would’ve never gotten
15 Feminist Baby Names For Women's History Month
Dr. Mallory Moss Katz
Commentator and Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
It is women’s history month and what better way to honor the past by naming the future? The following 15 female names reflect
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Well-Behaved and Not So Much: Stories of Girls and Women Who Made History
Brightly is a resource to help make it a little easier, and a ...
Women’s History Month is an opportunity to share these stories with our children.
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Mom Creates Beautiful Images Of Her Daughter As Famous Feminists
This is feminist parenting #goals.
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Bones Found 76 Years Ago Could Actually Be Amelia Earhart's
Researchers believe skeletal remains found in 1940 are "virtually identical" in size ratio to those of the long-lost aviator.
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Dr. Helen Davey is a psychoanalyst and psychotherapist in Los ...
As a way of introducing my father, I will quote his brother Martin Davey's unpublished autobiography (1941): My father's
STEM women's champion, advocate for women, author, speaker and...
As I plan a trip for Europe this coming summer with a friend, I see how much fun "adventuring" can be. Of course, I am no match for women who have scaled mountains or traveled to the, literally, ends of the Earth.
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Read Amelia Earhart's 1933 Advice To A Teen Girl Who Wanted To Be A Pilot
"I should certainly not discourage you."
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