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First Female NFL Coach Explains Why Girls Should Play Sports

The Huffington Post | Will Tooke | Posted 07.29.2016 | HuffPost Live 321

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These Athletes Have Words For Anyone Who Says Girls Shouldn’t Play The Sports They Love

The Huffington Post | Taylor Pittman | Posted 06.28.2016 | Women

"A lot of boys have told me that I can't play rugby because I'm a girl." That's just one example of the type of discouragement girls who play sports f...

Everybody Wins When We Practice Creativity For Good

Advertising Week | Posted 11.02.2016 | Business
Advertising Week

By Mark Tutssel, Global Chief Creative Officer, Leo Burnett and Jury Foreman, D&AD White Pencil category, 2016 The world we operate in has experience...

Progressive and Inspirational Advertisements From Over the Years

Taylor Griffith | Posted 07.22.2016 | College
Taylor Griffith

The media holds a large influence over our culture and society. Not only does it provide entertainment and advertisement, but it also acts as a reflection of our values, beliefs, and self-understanding.

'Game of Thrones' Actress Maisie Williams Is Proud to Say She Fights 'Like A Girl'

Carly Steyer | Posted 07.08.2015 | Teen

Whether it's for a good cause or to avenge her family's misfortunes as Arya on "Game of Thrones," 18-year-old Maisie Williams is proud to say she figh...

Engineering Girls' Passion for STEM

Victoria Juarez | Posted 06.18.2016 | Education
Victoria Juarez

Nobel Peace Prize winner and education activist Malala Yousafzai is quoted with saying, "Every girl deserves to take part in creating the technology that will change our world and change who runs it."

Empowering Women One Brand at a Time

Techonomy | Posted 06.04.2016 | Technology
Techonomy

Why so much activity stirring around the boundaries of gender? And why now? As cultural insight mavens, we see something fundamental taking place. Some people are calling it the Fourth Wave of feminism. Fed up with everyday sexism and forged by other forms of activism, women are empowered by social media and other communications technologies.

I Don't Want To Raise 'Gentlemen'

Kathleen Siddell | Posted 05.23.2015 | Parents
Kathleen Siddell

We talk a lot about raising strong girls, about challenging them to break stereotypes, about pushing them to do anything boys can do. But what about our boys?

Farm #LikeAGirl? Real Girls Don't Abuse Female Animals

Erica Meier | Posted 04.21.2015 | Green
Erica Meier

In the pork industry and in much of animal agriculture, it's actually the female animals who are the most abused.

Letters to Hadley: Fighting

Liz Olson | Posted 04.14.2015 | Women
Liz Olson

When I was 20, I came home from college with a broken finger. The doctor couldn't quite understand how a football caused a fracture near the knuckle of my ring finger. It made sense that he couldn't make sense of it. Because I didn't break it playing football. I broke it hitting Brad.

Everyone Wants to Be Like a Girl Now

Mina Samuels | Posted 04.06.2015 | Women
Mina Samuels

What that bottom-line focused corporation made, at great expense, was a PSA for women's empowerment. How cool is that?

The Powerful Message of the #LikeAGirl Campaign

Michael Friedman, Ph.D. | Posted 04.05.2015 | Women
Michael Friedman, Ph.D.

Let's take a cue from the #LikeAGirl campaign and change the conversation to empower rather than denigrate girls and women.

Lead 'Like a Girl': Make 2015 the Year of Female Empowerment

Lorie Burch | Posted 04.05.2015 | Impact
Lorie Burch

When one woman succeeds, we all succeed. I have seen it. So take action today, whatever it may be, because when you empower others, you empower yourself... you change lives, including your own. And that's how you change the world. It's up to us, ladies. We can do it... together!

Alanna Vagianos

The Reaction To #LikeAGirl Is Exactly Why It's So Important

HuffingtonPost.com | Alanna Vagianos | Posted 05.03.2016 | Women

Out of all the controversial ads that aired during the Super Bowl, the one that may have spurred the most vocal backlash was the one that promoted ge...

This 15-Year-Old Quarterback ‘Throws Like A Girl,' And That's No Insult

The Huffington Post | Dominique Mosbergen | Posted 02.03.2015 | Teen

Karlie Harman throws like a girl, and she's proud of it. “[People] have said that I throw like a girl. And in a way, I take that as a compliment,...

Nina Bahadur

Behind The Rise Of Feminist Advertising

HuffingtonPost.com | Nina Bahadur | Posted 10.03.2014 | Women

Ads that inspire and empower women may actually be making a difference, both to the way women feel about themselves and companies' bottom lines. At...

9-Year-Old Realizes What's Wrong With "Throws Like A Girl" Faster Than Most Adults

The Huffington Post | Cate Matthews | Posted 08.27.2014 | Parents

Nine-year-old Linden understands how the phrase "Throw like a girl" is used by most people, but he also knows that it's not accurate. He was inter...

Mo'ne Davis, Throw #LikeAGirl

Crystal Cheatham | Posted 10.25.2014 | Women
Crystal Cheatham

If anyone has reshaped what it means to throw like a girl it is Mo'ne Davis. Applauded by a growing national fan base, the 12-year-old athlete has done her fair share to shake off the hater-ade surrounding the phrase "like a girl."

Jimmy Fallon's Thank You Note For Mo'ne Davis

The Huffington Post | Carol Hartsell | Posted 08.23.2014 | Comedy

On Friday, Jimmy Fallon wrote his traditional "Thank You Notes," but this time around he offered a rare earnest thank you... albeit with a twist punch...

The Milestone I Wasn't Ready For

Amanda Magee | Posted 09.13.2014 | Parents
Amanda Magee

Avery ate a Freeze Pop and watched a crew of teenage girls of all sizes race around a pool. I wish that I didn't, but I found myself thinking, I'm so glad that she's just eating a popsicle. I don't want the day to come when it becomes about calories and whether or not she deserves it.

#LikeAGirl Campaign Is a Game Changer in Feminist Movement

Dr. Bernice Ledbetter | Posted 09.10.2014 | Women
Dr. Bernice Ledbetter

Where this feminist movement fought for inclusion and equality, the current movement that Always is helping to further is focused on developing self awareness around our language. Phrases get so embedded and entrenched in our culture, often putting a particular group of people at a disadvantage.