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How Internalized Sexism In The Bedroom Could Affect Women's Orgasms
One study found an interesting connection.
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The Frustrating Way Men Underestimate Women In The Classroom
Even when women are as good as their male peers, they don't get recognized.
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Most Stories About Reproductive Issues Are Written By Men
"Stories that primarily affect women are still largely being told by men."
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When Men And Women Work Together, Guess Who Gets The Recognition?
A new study shows that women often don't get credit where it’s due.
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How A Mother's Age Could Affect The Mental Health Of Her Children
New research suggests that older mothers may be more likely to have depressive daughters.
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Men Are Assumed To Be Good Managers, But Women Have To Prove It
People apparently think women are too emotional to lead. 😭
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How Meditation Could Help Make People Less Racist
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Straight Men May 'Show Off' In Front Of Women By Eating A Lot
New research dives into a not-so-charming mating tactic.
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Companies May Like Hiring One Female Executive -- But Not Two
Corporate America, don’t pat yourself on the back for gender diversity just yet.
What Causes An 11-Year-Old Girl To Develop An Eating Disorder?
A new study pinpoints a possible driving factor.
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Why Weighing Yourself Every Day Could Be Messing With Your Mind
A not-so-surprising study suggests that your scale could be making you unsatisfied with your body.
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A Man's Testosterone Levels Could Determine His Parenting Style
A new study suggests that hormones might just predict if men will be nurturing dads.
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No, Facelifts Probably Won't Improve Your Self-Esteem
New research might just debunk a commonly held belief about the promise of plastic surgery.
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