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The housewife stereotype has long since shattered - it's all about leaning in, breaking the glass ceiling, closing the wage gap and more.

Jane Jade19 days ago
The Woman in the Shop
I always find it easy to write, and what better thing to write about than the workplace? Everyone has their moments at work; after all, we spend a "painful amount of time" at our workplaces. I envy th...
Become. selflessa month ago
Everything Wrong with the Statement, "God Told Me You're Supposed to Be My Wife"
Going to school to be a preacher is quite the experience. Going into my fourth year marks me a senior. Since my first days of my freshman year till my dog days as a junior, there's one situation that ...
Katy Preen2 months ago
Playing With Fire... And Hire
Look, I said it’s over. Let’s just draw a line under it and move on. Crazy bitch, why doesn’t she get that I’m not interested? Not to worry. I’ll get it taken care of. Look, I've found myself in a spo...
A Housewife
While growing up anyone asked me what my mother did it was an easy answer, "Nothing, she is a housewife." It never occurred to me then she wanted to be more than just that, and it is a sacrifice someo...
Zlatka Larsen2 months ago
What’s Wrong with Equal Pay Day
Friday, November 10 marks the Equal Pay Day in the UK, which means that from now on, all women in the UK will work effectively for free for the rest of 2017. That sounds awful. And it's also really ba...
Lorey Lemus3 months ago
Trudging Through the Horrors of Modeling: Week 4
October 23, Monday, 2017 So today, as every other week, is the day where I basically rake through the adds and send out some e-mail replies to try to get my week going. I sent out one for artistic por...
Lorey Lemus3 months ago
Trudging Through the Horrors of Modeling: Week 3
October 18th, Wednesday, 2017 Today, I lost my virginity. It is hard to describe my feelings as I recount this. Growing up, I was a shy, introverted, conservative creature, with the conflicting views ...
Lorey Lemus3 months ago
Trudging Through the Horrors of Modeling: Week 2
October 7th, Saturday, 2017 Ok, so technically the last post on my last entry bled into week 2, but I didn’t want to leave my readers on the same helpless note I felt as I despaired into the end of we...
Lorey Lemus3 months ago
Trudging Through the Horrors of Modeling: Week 1
Prologue: It’s day one, and things are looking about as bleak as I had expected. This was not the turn I had planned for my life. Perhaps a couple head shots, full length shots, anything to build up m...
Faith Clark4 months ago
I Was Ousted From Her Campus
I am – I was a member of the Western University chapter for the online publication HerCampus.com for over a year. I’m still getting used to saying that in past tense. Coming to university last year, I...
Lara Scott4 months ago
Inner Feminist vs. Job
I love my job. Not in the sarcastic sense either. I actually love it. Naturally, there are times I’d rather be watching Supernatural or Rick and Morty or The L Word in my undies at home. Then again, w...
Swaay 4 months ago
5 Inspiring Women Entrepreneurs Changing the Rules of Business
Breaking in like thunder, women across the globe are sending out messages that can no longer be easily dismissed. Once again we are entering a period in time where certain values and norms are being q...
Swaay 4 months ago
6 Brands Championing Diversity And Inclusion Through Company Culture
Whether you’re a man, woman, black, white, asian, gay, straight, transgender, disabled, unusual – you have probably experienced varying levels of discrimination throughout your life, and more specific...
Uldouz Wallace5 months ago
Uldouz Wallace: My Story
I was born in Tehran, Iran and moved to Sweden when I was 5 years old. Growing up in Sweden wasn't the easiest; I remember going to school and all the kids were blonde except for me. I didn't have a p...