"How many more reports do we need?" I asked myself as I read through the latest one documenting (again) the gap in gender parity in organizations. Th...
On the heels of a 2015 fire season that burned 8.8 million acres--more acreage than in any year in the past decade, it seems appropriate to review Mary Lowry's novel Wildfire, offering a rare window into the world of wildland firefighters--hotshots. Lowry worked on the Pike Hotshot Crew.
With four of the justices in their 80s during the term of the president elected next year, these cases once again demonstrate the crucial stakes in the 2016 election for reproductive rights, as well as for so many other rights central to our liberty and freedom.
Twitter has recently added the ability to create polls in its latest update and I have taken full advantage of this new feature by fully engaging the public on both current events and some of the greater dilemmas of our time.
I don't know about you but the end of the year always energizes and excites me. I'm excited about the year to come and I'm also excited about finishing the year strong.
In this video I about the anatomy of our beliefs. The meaning we attach to a belief and why that is what determines the outcome. When we see that...
The obligations abound: to my husband, children, and parents. To the workplace, my volunteer activities, and maintaining the home. Sheryl Sandberg has described my frustration perfectly, the "holy trinity of fear: the fear of being a bad mother/wife/daughter."
What do you think would happen if you spent a whole year saying yes to opportunities that came your way? What if you said yes to things that worked for you and not against you?
This is a wonderful way to still your mind, stay connected to your inner desires and be present in the moment. The more you practice these mindfulness actions, the more stillness and awareness you will experience, which will help as you journey through motherhood.
I don't need your dazzling ideal of what a real woman should be, because I know that who I am is a real woman. I am a real woman with my imperfection and my imbalance and my body that doesn't look like all the magazines say it should.
Social media's critics have a point. The online platforms portray people in whichever light they choose; and oftentimes, it is the clean and beautiful version of their lives. But that's not the only way -- and I've seen it.
We have to stop seeing egalitarianism as an act of largess on man's part, a concession. Maybe we have failed to quantify and sufficiently show Brazilian men that it benefits everyone to live in a society where women have more of an equal footing.
As a single woman who lives by myself, for the most part I'm able to enjoy my solo life without being plagued by loneliness, longing, or even the sense that I'm missing out on some essential part of existence by being uncoupled. But every so often situations arise that highlight my husbandlessness.
When Anglican/Episcopalian women became priests in the 1970s amid much wailing and gnashing of teeth, I was happy for them and proud of them. They took on the system and they prevailed. It wasn't easy, but they knew they had a fighting chance.
Our new study analyzes the links between these two phenomena--inequality of income and that of gender. We find that gender inequality is strongly associated with income inequality across time and countries of all income groups.
Your deep and overpowering insecurity is exactly what you need to push against to stand up and lead the way. You're here to push us forward beyond our limitations and fear.