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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.

Lia F.2 days ago
Dispatches from NYWIFT 20th Annual Designing Women Awards
The New York Women in Film and Television (NYWIFT) had its 20th annual Designing Women Awards gala on Tuesday, June 11 at the acclaimed Directors Guild of America Theater in New York City and was once...
Kari Oakley2 months ago
Standing Out as a Working Woman
We want to know what women can do to stand out in the business world. According to the Women's Policy Institute, women's presence in company ownership is still increasing. The first step is to focus o...
Daisy Mitchell3 months ago
Are We Still Living in a Man's World?
“It is far harder to be a boy today than it is to be a girl.” These were the words uttered out of the mouth of a mother of three boys and one girl. To my response “why?”: “Well if a boy and girl go fo...
Great Career Paths for Women
Just a few decades have passed since women were expected to get married and stay home with her children and tend to the house. In the 1950s, only 34 percent of the workforce was women. Women did not g...
Christie Lee3 months ago
F$%!get Mediocrity
Mediocrity is a complacent attitude towards life and if she were a person mediocrity would be—as Ronda Rousey puts it—“A-do-nothing-b!tch.” Mediocrity is choosing to just "drift" in life—settling for ...
Mia Morales4 months ago
Reasons Woman Excel in the Business World
In the United States, it is estimated that over 14 percent of company executives are women. More than 4.5 percent of women hold CEO positions. Many women in executive positions believe all women can b...
Jasmane Daneshmand4 months ago
Women Today
Many of us either know what Snapchat is or has one, but for the ones who do not have a Snapchat, let me fill you in on what the phone application is about. It is a popular social media app that lets p...
Heather Wilkins4 months ago
Working in Retail Helps Me Get Along with Women
I moved up to Saint Augustine almost one year from now. I moved up for some guy. (Insert feminist trigger-rage face.) But I have been with this guy for six years so it was bound to happen one way or a...
SKYLERIZED 5 months ago
The World of Honor and Pride
“I don’t approve of female Marines,” Captain Boller said at the Newark, Delaware Marine Officer Selection Office. His thick arms nearly burst of out of his blue dress “D” uniform that day in June. A b...
Jackie Barrows6 months ago
Asking for a Raise as the Only Woman in the Room
Imagine this: you have been working at your place of employment for years, and have done all tasks within your job description, as well as been asked to do a number of tasks outside of your job descri...
Skye Hartman7 months ago
S-E-X-I-S-M
I was never the kind of person who felt like sexism was an issue in Canada. I have changed my mind. After working in a men's clothing store, I can now say I understand. Never before (and never since) ...
Paige Graffunder7 months ago
Five Things for Every Femme in STEM
Being a femme in a STEM field is a special kind of hell. You have to work twice as hard from the moment you decide to dedicate yourself to your field, in school, in social circles, the job hunt, and a...
The Fight For Equality In A 'Pretty' Work Place
Has your boss ever told you that you ‘had’ to wear makeup to work? Or that you ‘have’ to wear heels? Sadly for many women in Britain today, in non-uniform working environments, getting told they have ...
Kayla Cooper8 months ago
The Struggles of an Aspiring Female Filmmaker
The Feminist Movement has brought about a great deal of change in regard to women in the workplace. Women are in positions that we never would have imagined, from lawyers to CEOs to Senators. In the f...
Morgan E. Westling8 months ago
Studies That Show Women Make Awesome Bosses
There has been a long debate over whether women can successfully lead in the workplace. We all know that the business world has historically been male dominated for quite some time; however, the femal...
David Wyld8 months ago
#MeToo Comes to the Workplace
One thing we know for sure today is that the rules, the norms, the expectations—in short, everything—is changing regarding interactions of men and women!
Coral Evergreen8 months ago
Conquering the Fear of Expression Through Writing
Contrary to historical expectations and stereotypes, household chores are not the only appropriate venue through which women should express themselves. Many women are so nervous about beginning the pr...
Skunk Uzeki9 months ago
10 Most Egalitarian Industries in America
Women in the workplace have it rough, and that's no joke. Female employees are less likely to be taken seriously by management, less likely to be paid a fair wage, and are more likely to face sexual h...