Note to misogynists: Women serve in the military, too.
How the U.S. military restricts servicewomen from accessing abortion on military bases is a discriminatory scandal.
"If your objective is true and pure equality, then you have to look at all aspects."
I am so proud of CPT Kristen Griest and 1LT Shaye Haver, and am excited to watch their career progress. Though, to be honest, I am also a bit jealous. They were afforded an opportunity, gave it their all, and succeeded. It is not a complicated concept. Opportunity + preparation = success.
What an incredible achievement! Against the backdrop of some of the anti-woman rhetoric of the campaign trail, two women are making history. This is a moment to be celebrated and cheered (albeit not completely).
"No more skepticism," a male colleague said of the women's abilities.
"If there were any remaining questions about whether women could serve as combat leaders, those questions have been answered."
Over 2.5 million women have slicked back their hair and donned a uniform for this country. They have honorably served, often making numerous personal sacrifices for the red, white, and blue. This film is a snapshot into what hopefully is a larger conversation about the many sheros amongst us today.
Models and celebrities typically dominate attention at any fashion show (that is, attention that isn't focused on the collections
Because Latina women in military uniforms are rarely seen in news stories, because the average American doesn't think of a Latina servicewoman when he/she hears the word "military veteran," I wrote this piece to shine the light on several who have served with distinction and those who have died while serving.
The best thing is to recognize it, not ignore it and confront it gracefully. I believe the best way to do that is by pushing forward to accomplish your personal goals in spite of these backward-looking opinions. And there's one more thing we can do... apply an effective anecdote.
Need some inspiration to keep going during this week's polar vortex? Look no further. LIFE magazine's Jan. 1943 article, ”New
In a stunning new project from Shotwell Paper Mill, artist Pam DeLuco has put a contemporary twist on the traditional medium
American Family Association radio host Sandy Rios is back in action, this time claiming that the "homosexual takeover" of