'We believed far too much in the goodness of other people, and now it’s clear that we shouldn’t have.'
Like many women of this generation, I've sent the occasional sexy selfie (sorry, mom) to a guy I thought I could trust, a boyfriend whom I believed would keep that sexy selfie for his viewing pleasure only. And while women like
39% of women believe they've been held back from promotions because of their gender.
If you've ever been asked about your plans on starting a family during a job interview, that's not a standard question...or at least it shouldn't be anymore. If you think about it, what does that have to do
We need to retire this absurd stereotype.
A (non-fuccboi) guy friend once told me that he's frustrated by all the profiles he sees on Tinder because women feel the need to include a height requirement. His exact words were, "It's like females banded together and collectively
What. The. F.
A lawyer, who was defending a wealthy man in a Tennessee, USA rape trial, has caused outrage after telling the jury that women are "especially good" at lying because "they're the weaker sex". The man in question, Steve Farese, made the
Another day, another gender stereotype to break.
What do When Harry Met Sally, He's Just Not That Into You, and The Ugly Truth have in common? In all three movies, it's the women who fall in love first (and hard). They're the ones who pine after
This is so sad.
By now, we all know that gender stereotypes influence people's ambition and confidence when it comes to their careers-men are perceived as determined or motivated, and women are labeled as "pushy," "bossy," or "too aggressive" for the same actions. This
'We believe that women of all backgrounds should have an equal shot at elected leadership position.'
In time for the election fever in the U.S., Mattel released four sets of Barbie President and Vice President Dolls. This is in collaboration with She Should Run, a non-partisan organization dedicated to motivating girls to explore leadership opportunities and
It's been 113 years since the men-only bike race was created. So why hasn't it changed?
The Tour de France, the most prestigious bike race in the world, ends July 24. One thing we can't help but notice: Women are not crossing the finish line with the men.The event is in its 113th year, and the
They enforce gender stereotypes.
A new study released by Brigham Young University found that preschoolers who watch movies featuring Disney princesses and playing with Disney princess toys are more susceptible to potentially problematic gender stereotypes. This stereotypical behavior isn't that bad on its own, but
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