women issues

I turned 60 today and there are some things I wish I could have told my 50-year-old self. She was so worried. So here goes.
As a thinking women, I was appalled by his (alleged---because he is denying it---) assumption that Megyn was "bleeding out of her eyes and her whatever," but then I saw it as a golden opportunity to change the modicum of respect that a woman receives while on her period.
  6. Flashing everyone within eyeshot thanks to the summer breeze and your cute, flippy skirt.    4. Constant reminders of
The collective consciousness of the participants and speakers at this inspiring conference was that, ultimately we are all connected and everything is possible if we come together and assume our birthright as leaders and choose to make a difference for the greater good of all.
There is an important lesson to be learned from the election results last night: Women, moms, and their families will continue to advocate for these issues until every worker is guaranteed paid sick days, affordable childcare, and are paid a fair, livable wage.
Being a working mother is possible. It is even good. Yes, there is a lot more that our nation and companies can do to support working mothers (equal pay, childcare and flexibility), but do you think that progress will happen without working mothers actually working? It won't.
As long as women are the ones having the babies and are more likely to be the ones managing the household as well, they will be the ones dealing with the balancing act between career ambitions and family needs/obligations.
For me, once I admitted that I really like sugar, and that eating it makes me happy, my cravings died down. I stopped wanting it because I knew I could eat it if I wanted it. I replaced my years of resistance and pushing away the foods I loved with a more compassionate approach.
Gender bias against women is a well studied, and by now, well established fact of life. The higher levels of anxiety and depression for women resulting from those biases is a theme that continues to play out in therapy sessions across the nation.
You see, I've had quite the rom-com ride with love. There's been marriage and divorce. There's been not-so-great guys (thanks early 20s and 30s) and really fantastic guys (thank you mid-30s!).
In our efforts to create a better version of ourselves, we lose sight of who we really are and the problems at hand.
In life, there will be times when dreams get shattered. When that one thing you blindly believed was going to work out doesn't. Most of us have been there, in a place outside our comfort zone. A place where we feel lost and lack the energy and self-belief needed to start again. But fear not.
Mark, you can totally call us. We'll just be over here tearing through our copy of Jane Eyre. "I like a girl who reads." Mark
The competition for the Super Bowl commercial is put on by software maker Intuit, and you can vote for one of the finalists
My version of the American female road trip is told through the lens of a makeup mask. I have internalized subliminal and explicit messages that tell me natural girls who don't need makeup are pretty, but those pretty girls naturally don't have unibrows and acne.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month but victims of domestic violence need our help every day of the year.
Women in urban environments, particularly in developing nations where the population has been exploding, suffer greatly from environmental degradation and lack of essential health services.
"The truth is that Michelle still had to make sacrifices of the sort that I did not have to make," Obama said. He's the first
Given the profound under-representation of women in major newspapers' op-ed pages, it was not surprising to see the Washington Post name yet another man as America's Next Great Pundit.