women's voices

A woman is complete irrespective of her marital or maternal status. The legacy of a woman is her contribution to the society as a whole.
It has brought things into perspective, teaching me to appreciate everything and every day: It's strange, but after being
Those hard moments that sometimes last longer than we'd like can help us be empaths and more open to others. Self-knowledge
Having high ambitions is not wrong and in fact, most people who are greatly successful, become so, only because they've dared to dream big. Being ambitious is not wrong, as it's the first step to success and it leads us to work towards what we want.
My daughter's friend got me started watching the TV show, Scandal. I know the show is ridiculous - I've worked in government
If you can't get past a woman's voice to listen to her words, that's on you.
How are you doing, really? This is a question a group of friends and I have been asking ourselves on a weekly basis. We meet
Remember when this happened? Look back on three great moments of 2015 as told by Huffington Post Senior Women's Editor Emma Gray
In our western culture, in particular in the U.S. corporate world, women's voices are not "suppressed." But they are often not fully heard. Why not?
Alzheimers is a disease that takes the story of your life and throws the pages of memory up in the air. Many blow away. But some land right in your hands.
Beatboxing has historically been an art form dominated by men, but as Kaila Mullady proves, women make just as awesome human
Putting your voice out for public consumption -- and critique -- is a stark reminder that it's a man's, man's world.
Our HuffPost Community joins Nancy to discuss the tips you need to help you find and enjoy your clit.
We can't afford to fall back into outdated, destructive ways: When we hold one woman back, we hold all women back. And when we empower and support each other, we all go big. The world is calling for us to go big!
Marion Behr discovered that typically, survivors feel responsible for helping others through the ordeal of cancer and find purpose in that mission. By sharing their honest stories, survivors are doing just that.
According to Melissa Tapper Goldman, director of the documentary "Subjectified: Nine Young Women Talk About Sex" and founder
Jensine says her greatest excitement right now is beginning to work less as an entrepreneur and founder of an individual