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Why the New York Times Can't Have It All

Samantha Ettus | Posted 02.19.2014 | Parents
Samantha Ettus

It is not only the impossible "have it all" ideal that is problematic; it is an entire hat trick of nonsensical ideals that we need to eliminate from our sights.

I Wrote The Original 'Opting Out' -- Here's How Little Has Changed

The Huffington Post | Lisa Belkin | Posted 08.09.2013 | Women

Ten years ago, the chatter filled my inbox. Today, it is filling Twitter and Facebook. But while the medium is different, the message is surpr...

Are Working Girl Films A Step Forward Or Backward?

Barbara & Shannon Kelley | Posted 10.29.2011 | Women
Barbara & Shannon Kelley

Do such tales represent a step forward? After all, an ambitious -- if naive -- journalist's attempts to succeed at "the job a million girls would kill for," or the story of the daily struggles that comprise a working woman's life -- well, they're infinitely more relatable than, say, Cinderella.

Articles About Womanhood, Motherhood, and Beauty: Time to Say Something New

Kate Fridkis | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Kate Fridkis

No matter what I do, it's going to be a political statement, and women will be writing articles and preaching to paying audiences about all the people in the group I accidentally affiliated with.

Urban Storytelling in New Orleans

J. Michael Welton | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
J. Michael Welton

Rob Walker's newest project for New Orleans proves him to be no less than a bonafide optimist. He's proposing that we use art and design to alter our perceptions of a downtrodden environment.

The Commodification of Yoga: The Perfect, the Good and the Spiritual

Ethan Nichtern | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Ethan Nichtern

There is no way to bring a "spiritual" service into a market economy without it facing an insane level of unfair scrutiny. Simply put, in today's day and age, spirituality is bad branding.