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Female Authors Dominate The Crime & Mystery Genres But Aren’t Being Given Enough Recognition

Female Authors Dominate The Crime & Mystery Genres But Aren’t Being Given Enough Recognition

By Elena Hartwell Women make great killers. At least in fiction. Female crime writers have graced many New York Times’ Best Seller lists, not to mention the silver screen. From […]

May 7, 2018 ×
Actress Jenny Paul On ‘The Looming Tower’, John O’Neill, & The Surge Of Woke Men In The #MeToo Era

Actress Jenny Paul On ‘The Looming Tower’, John O’Neill, & The Surge Of Woke Men In The #MeToo Era

By Jenny Paul When I auditioned for ‘The Looming Tower’, I had no idea what kind of show it was or even that it was going to be about 9/11 […]

May 1, 2018 ×
New Photo Series Highlights Experiences Of African-Americans On Route 66 During The Jim Crow Era

New Photo Series Highlights Experiences Of African-Americans On Route 66 During The Jim Crow Era

By Estefani Alarcon It all started when Ashley was younger; she loved to create picture books and enjoyed writing stories to go along with them. At that time, she was […]

March 26, 2018 ×
The World’s Leading Female DJ On Making It Big In The Electronic Music “Boy’s Club”

The World’s Leading Female DJ On Making It Big In The Electronic Music “Boy’s Club”

By Charissa Saverio, aka DJ Rap I have been in the music business since I was 14 and am still touring, DJ-ing producing music on my labels and kicking ass […]

March 21, 2018 ×
3 Pieces Of Advice I Learned To Help Me Navigate A Male-Dominated Workplace

3 Pieces Of Advice I Learned To Help Me Navigate A Male-Dominated Workplace

By Rachel Jackson Gender disparity has never been more of a talking point. Just take a look at the news. Sexual harassment in the workplace. A worrying gender pay gap. […]

March 14, 2018 ×
How My Parenting Struggles Led Me To Create An Online Support Community For Others

How My Parenting Struggles Led Me To Create An Online Support Community For Others

By Mary Aggarwal As a busy working mother of four, I completely empathize with you parents out there. I realized that during each of my pregnancies, my entire focus each […]

March 13, 2018 ×
Get Familiar With The Women Behind The ‘My Favorite Murder’ Podcast Series

Get Familiar With The Women Behind The ‘My Favorite Murder’ Podcast Series

By Chelsy Ranard If you’re a “murderino,” then you know this podcast and these women all too well. The fans of the ‘My Favorite Murder’ podcast have coined the term […]

March 6, 2018 ×
Fitness Wear Brand Owner Pens Response To The NYT Article Shaming Women Who Wear Yoga Pants

Fitness Wear Brand Owner Pens Response To The NYT Article Shaming Women Who Wear Yoga Pants

By Genevieve Torok Everywhere you look, someone is wearing them – yoga pants. Whether they’re sporting a colorful design, or they’re being used in lieu of traditional slacks for professional […]

March 2, 2018 ×
Why Prioritizing Social Impact Is Smart Business For Brands And Companies

Why Prioritizing Social Impact Is Smart Business For Brands And Companies

By Krista Treide, Chief Branding Officer, Kwippit With the resistance in full swing in 2018, politicians, change-makers, and even major brands are starting to realize that it’s time to step […]

February 28, 2018 ×
Bow Down – Why Lzzy Hale Is The Ultimate Queen Of Rock We Need Right Now

Bow Down – Why Lzzy Hale Is The Ultimate Queen Of Rock We Need Right Now

By Chelsy Ranard Ever since I was a little girl, I’ve been a rocker. My dad listened to a slew of ‘80s rock like Def Leppard, Ozzy, and Heart, and […]

February 22, 2018 ×
These 7 Immigrant Authors Are Making American Literature Great Again

These 7 Immigrant Authors Are Making American Literature Great Again

By Kevin Nelson The USA Today officially states that “The number of undocumented immigrants living in the United States stayed steady for an eighth straight year in 2016 with 11.3 […]

February 19, 2018 ×
How I Defied Critics In My Career Who Wrote Me Off Because Of My Age And Gender

How I Defied Critics In My Career Who Wrote Me Off Because Of My Age And Gender

By Theresa Siaw Millions of people, young and old, turned out for the Women’s March in January 2017 as well as 2018. The protesters marched to the polls to end […]

February 16, 2018 ×
Why American Heart Month Should Be The No.1 Health Awareness Campaign For U.S Women

Why American Heart Month Should Be The No.1 Health Awareness Campaign For U.S Women

By Caitlin Hoff On February first, the country kicked off celebrations for American Heart Month, and health organizations across the nation began campaigns to educate more people and share important […]

February 15, 2018 ×
How More Women In Powerful Positions Are Changing The Scope & Definition Of Leadership

How More Women In Powerful Positions Are Changing The Scope & Definition Of Leadership

By Rose Martin Modern women are paving the way for a unique style of leadership that is confident, influential, and effective. Though in present times, organizations are actively looking to […]

February 7, 2018 ×
Ending The Stigma – Why Fact-Based, Medically-Accurate, Comprehensive Sex Ed. Matters

Ending The Stigma – Why Fact-Based, Medically-Accurate, Comprehensive Sex Ed. Matters

By Liz Greene Is sexual education the responsibility of parents or the public school system? This debate has been raging for far too long — and unfortunately, the only losers […]

February 6, 2018 ×