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The Ridiculous Sh*t People Say To Dads
These stereotypes are a problem for many reasons.
More Millennial Women Plan To Pause Their Careers For Kids. That's Not A Good Thing.
Also, can we please bring men into this conversation?
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Americans Have A Better Attitude Towards Working Mothers Now Than Ever Before
Good news for working moms: Attitudes about women working outside of the home have become increasingly positive over the
After Losing Her Newborn, This Mom Is Helping Others Prevent A Condition Connected To SIDS
I’m sure you’ve had a pretty busy few months since becoming L’Oreal’s Women of Worth national honoree in December. What have
Career-Loving Mom: How the Perfect Job Fell Through Because I Have a Baby
mom, equality, career, working mom, work-life balance, career-...
I believe I can be a present mother and do an excellent job in my career. I believe I can aspire to leadership roles within an organization and still nurse my daughter to sleep at bedtime.
Julianne Moore On Success And Why She 'Absolutely' Considers Herself A Feminist
The 54-year-old actress and children's author currently has three films in the works, is an ambassador for the L'Oreal Paris
4 Ways to Deal with a Male-Dominated Work Culture
Dr. Bernice Ledbetter
Practitioner Faculty of Organizational Theory and Management a...
Increasing gender diversity and equality in the workplace can lead to increased revenues, greater innovation and improved employee satisfaction, which benefits us all.
Soledad O'Brien On Storytelling, Feminism's 'PR Issue' & Not Taking 'No' For An Answer
Why do you do the work that you do? The 48-year-old broadcast journalist started her career in 1987 as an associate producer
Laci Green On Her New MTV Series And Dealing With Backlash As A Feminist On The Internet
“It started to feel like the church was actually not what I used to think it was and I left. And I felt free," she said. So
Anna Quindlen On Tooting Your Own Horn, Fearlessness And Raising Feminist Sons
In modern life, reinvention had better resonate with you, because the data now shows that many of us will have four to five
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Dame Sue Ion Explains How She Became A Top Engineer -- And How Other Women Can, Too
After years of racking up engineering accolades, Ion has made it her mission to get girls interested in the field she loves
Michelle Monaghan On Sexist Double Standards And Why She's Absolutely A Feminist
This interview has been edited and condensed. I would say be more daring and less judgmental about myself, and probably other
Kathryn Morgan, Former New York City Ballet Dancer, On What It's Like To Gain Weight In The Dance World
So I asked if I could leave the company, break my contract and go home and get well. The only way I could get better was
Jenny Mollen On 'Crazy' Women, Life With Jason Biggs & Why She Just Wants Everyone To Like Her
You’re very active on social media, especially Twitter and Instagram. What do you enjoy about connecting with people on these
Busy Philipps On Motherhood, Her 'Freaks And Geeks' Days And Why She Sticks With TV
What does it take to get to the top -- without losing your center? Our “Making It Work” series profiles successful, dynamic
10 Questions With Erin Andrews, The World's Most Famous Female Sportscaster
You’ve been on "Dancing With The Stars" as a contestant, but you recently joined as a host. What has the show been like for
The Classic Career Advice You Should Feel Free To Ignore
"The role for success in the working world has been a white male for a really long time, and a lot of cultures hold that
Sophia Amoruso, NastyGal Founder, Shares Her Journey From Dumpster-Diving Teen To CEO
I haven’t formally. I’ve had lunches with various people who are starting businesses or trying to start businesses, who want
Debra Messing On Working Motherhood And The Myth Of The Perfect Woman
Do you relate to her? In the pilot, Laura is struggling to get her sons into a really good school. I've been there. I moved
Lea Michele Talks Girl-On-Girl Hate And Why She's Proud To Be A Woman
These days Michele is preparing for the publication of her book Brunette Ambition (coming out in May 2014) and serving as
Singer Michelle Williams On Role Models, Instagram Anxiety & Why It's OK To Be The Odd One Out
I’m really a boring person. I go into my room, I’ll watch "Judge Judy." Seriously. No one says the word "idiot" like her
Ann Shoket, Seventeen Magazine Editor-In-Chief, On Happiness And Why It Matters Who You Marry
Shoket and Midge Richardson, editor-in-chief of Seventeen from 1975 until her retirement in 1993. The “teen” part of why
Cindy Gallop, Founder & CEO Of MakeLoveNotPorn, Talks 'Startup Stress' & The Future Of Sex
How do you feel about the conversations around “having it all” and “leaning in?” Especially from the perspective of a woman
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