Tag Archive: Feminism

The Afghan Women’s Writing Project: ‘To Tell One’s Story is a Human Right’

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In May 2009, Masha Hamilton founded The Afghan Women’s Writing Project, also known as AWWP. Their mission statement is simple, straight to the point, and pierces the heart with its truth: “To tell… Continue reading

The “I did” List

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You all know the feeling: Your alarm goes off like a stock market bell clanging in your head. Instantly, like Wall Street floor traders, various items of your “to do” list swarm into your… Continue reading

The Dapper Chicks ‘Suit Up’ in New York

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A new women’s equality group is making waves on social media and gaining notice by the day. Who are they? The Dapper Chicks of New York, or DCNY. Comprised of seven women, DCNY… Continue reading

Women in Tech had a Difficult Week

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Modern View Culture wrote an interesting piece this week on the difficult week it has been for women in technology. GitHub posted a sloppy ‘investigations concluded’ report (their follow-up gives a better indication of what actually happened)… Continue reading

Potty-Mouthed Princesses- Love It Or Hate It?

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Pass the swear jar to these little ladies! Everyone is talking about the controversial YouTube video that went viral last week. This video has sparked quite a few different opinions regarding it’s message… Continue reading

These 5 Women-Focused Websites are Currently My Favorites

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One of the best ways to find out about what you should be seeing, reading, or doing, is a recommendation. There are currently so many websites created for primarily female audiences that it can be tricky… Continue reading

WiLab Loves: Female Tech Execs Pose Without Clothes In Underwear Ad Campaign

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Underwear company Dear Kate enlisted such a group of models for its Ada Collection, named for tech pioneer Ada Lovelace, and immediately the campaign was being discussed through the lens of Silicon Valley’s… Continue reading

Winning in Life with Pat Summitt

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Lewis Howes asks the question “what is your definition of greatness” to all his interviewees. We all have greatness in us, and some show it more than others. Pat Summitt was a woman… Continue reading

Why I’m Done Being A ‘Nice Girl’

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I do not plan to be a nice person this year. I’ve made a lot of friends by being friendly and uncontroversial toward everyone I meet — in short, by being nice. For… Continue reading

It’s Official: A Woman Will Replace Hamilton on the $10 Bill

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In the past few months, rumors have been buzzing about a woman replacing one of the faces on the United States currency. Some thought it was going to be Harriet Tubman, many thought… Continue reading