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Get Familiar With Dr. Glenda Gray – The Woman Leading The Largest HIV Vaccine Clinical Trial

Get Familiar With Dr. Glenda Gray – The Woman Leading The Largest HIV Vaccine Clinical Trial

The US may have staked its claim in leading the charge against finding a cure for cancer with the new $6.3 billion “Moonshot” research bill, but when it comes to […]

January 16, 2017 ×
American Express Steps Up The Fight For Paid Family Leave, Offering Wide Range Of Benefits

American Express Steps Up The Fight For Paid Family Leave, Offering Wide Range Of Benefits

Beginning in January, employees of American Express will have access to an increased range of benefits which include paid family leave and financial support toward adoption, surrogacy and IVF. Before […]

January 10, 2017 ×
Awra Amba – The Ethiopian Village Where Men, Women & Children Are All Considered Equal

Awra Amba – The Ethiopian Village Where Men, Women & Children Are All Considered Equal

Imagine living in a place free from the world’s social norms about gender. Where men and women have equal status and there is no sense of what one must do […]

October 26, 2016 ×
Recent Surveys Focusing On Men And Children Prove Body Image Is Far More Than Just A Women’s Issue

Recent Surveys Focusing On Men And Children Prove Body Image Is Far More Than Just A Women’s Issue

We dedicate a lot of our publishing space to talking about body image. We mostly present the issue from a female perspective, as there is an overwhelming amount of power […]

September 19, 2016 ×
Jennifer Aniston Is Fed Up With Media Scrutiny Of Her Ovaries…And Frankly So Are We!

Jennifer Aniston Is Fed Up With Media Scrutiny Of Her Ovaries…And Frankly So Are We!

How many times have you walked down the grocery store aisle and looked at the array of tabloid magazines, musing at which celebrity is reported to be “pregnant!” on any […]

August 8, 2016 ×
How Saying “Yes” To Everything For A Year Enabled Shonda Rhimes To Lose Fear & Find Her “Hum”

How Saying “Yes” To Everything For A Year Enabled Shonda Rhimes To Lose Fear & Find Her “Hum”

Her book is called ‘The Year of Yes: How to Dance it out, Stand in the Sun, and Be Your Own Person’ and it is fitting title for a woman […]

April 19, 2016 ×
Pakistan Launches New Initiative To Empower Women And Children Out Of Poverty

Pakistan Launches New Initiative To Empower Women And Children Out Of Poverty

A new empowerment initiative in Pakistan is set to help women and children escape a life of poverty and create role models to inspire them to know what they are […]

January 18, 2016 ×
New Jersey Woman Maggie Doyne Left Her Life Of Privilege To Move To Nepal & Adopt 51 Children

New Jersey Woman Maggie Doyne Left Her Life Of Privilege To Move To Nepal & Adopt 51 Children

When we look at the news each day we see so many depressing stories that can leave us feeling disappointed and disillusioned with the world. In some cases, we are […]

December 22, 2015 ×
Pink For Girls & Blue For Boys – Why We Need To Change Gender Stereotyping From Birth

Pink For Girls & Blue For Boys – Why We Need To Change Gender Stereotyping From Birth

By Monica Lowry Parents want what’s best for their children, and really that’s one of the most beautiful truths of the human race. But the assumption that we’re all doing […]

November 17, 2015 ×
Swedish Photographer Shows Compelling Reasons For Paternity Leave In This Photo Series

Swedish Photographer Shows Compelling Reasons For Paternity Leave In This Photo Series

Given that America is the only industrialized nation in the world that does not have any form of government mandated parental leave (despite numerous studies showing it is greatly beneficial […]

May 28, 2015 ×
Here’s Why The USA Not Having Paid Family Leave Is A Damn Shame For Everyone

Here’s Why The USA Not Having Paid Family Leave Is A Damn Shame For Everyone

Seriously America, how is this still a thing?!? Since we just celebrated Mother’s Day, it was fitting that one of our fave shows ‘Last Week Tonight’ with John Oliver did […]

May 15, 2015 ×
I Became A Photographer To Change The Existing Standards Of Beauty

I Became A Photographer To Change The Existing Standards Of Beauty

By Kathleen Telesco A little girl looks out at us, hair brushed and opaque tights slightly scrunched at the ankles. Beside her stands her little brother. He is wearing a […]

February 5, 2015 ×