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Liza Larregui

An Open Letter To Jenny Jaffe

Liza Larregui | April 28, 2016 | Women
Why am I writing this to you in an open letter? The world needs to know that you are an amazing human being, making a difference in people's lives. I wouldn't even want to wage a bet on how many lives have been impacted positively by your site, your tweets, and the tremendous work you put into Project UROK.
Monica J. Vila

Am I Playing the Woman's Card?

Monica J. Vila | April 28, 2016 | Women
Here are my top examples of the exceptional women in this world playing the "women card" and inspiring the rest of us.
Linda A. Seabrook

Let's Stop Referring to Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault as 'Women's Issues'

Linda A. Seabrook | April 28, 2016 | Politics
From reproductive rights to paid family leave to sexual and domestic violence, our society neatly categorizes issues where women bear the brunt of the burden as "women's issues," turning them into problems for women and women's rights advocates alone to solve.
Women Entrepreneurs (WE) NYC

How to Become a Networking Ninja in Five Steps

Women Entrepreneurs (WE) NYC | April 28, 2016 | Women
I've learned important skills that help me get the most out of networking events. You can take advantage of these too. The secret is to know whom you want to meet and how to find them. Here's how.
Anum Hussain

The Changing Landscape of Muslims in Tech

Anum Hussain | April 28, 2016 | Business
Roughly two years ago, a female CEO in Silicon Valley made headlines for making less money than her male predecessor. This story became a media launch point for discussing the struggle with diversity in tech.
Ellen Haring

Our Military Shouldn't Turn Its Back on Servicewomen Who Need an Abortion

Ellen Haring | April 28, 2016 | Politics
How the U.S. military restricts servicewomen from accessing abortion on military bases is a discriminatory scandal.
Janet Eve Josselyn

Since When Has Being a Woman Ever Been a Trump Card?

Janet Eve Josselyn | April 28, 2016 | Women
Donald Trump stated that in Hillary Clinton's quest to be the Democratic nominee for President, she is only doing as well as she is because she is a woman. Since when has being a woman ever translated into a trump card?
Bri Seeley

The Inspirational Woman Project: Kit Wallace + Tanya Dempsey

Bri Seeley | April 28, 2016 | Women
Together they have created a business partnership that extends beyond the confines of the office and reaches into all areas of their lives, while providing a unique impact for their clients.
Lori Ferraro

A Love Letter to Letters -- Remembering the Mail

Lori Ferraro | April 28, 2016 | Women
Remember that feeling of excitement as a kid when Mom or Dad said these three words: "You've got mail!" Nowadays, those three words make me think about bills I need to pay, crap catalogs I need to recycle and Meg Ryan smirking at Tom Hanks.

You're "Asking For It"

FlockU | April 28, 2016 | College
At 14 years old, and now more than six years later, I still find it ridiculous that women have to worry about how they dress because of the attention it may bring to them. I dress the way I do to make myself feel pretty and powerful, not to get attention from anyone else.
Poppie Mphuthing

Whitewashing Beyoncé, Or Any Black Woman, Will Never Be OK

Poppie Mphuthing | April 28, 2016 | Black Voices
As part of a global community of journalists and editors who, at least in theory, strive to educate and inform, I was disgusted Thursday to come across a Glamour UK article that in one little gif-filled, navel-gazing story undermined Beyonce's "Lemonade" message.
Atifete Jahjaga

Women Making Decisions: The Norm, Not the Exception

Atifete Jahjaga | April 28, 2016 | Women
Women have yet to earn their equal share in the society and the right to decide for their lives. Yet I am more than ever confident that we will succeed in making women empowerment a reality everywhere, in every country, in every city and in every village.
President Enrique Peña Nieto

Gender Equality: A Global Challenge

President Enrique Peña Nieto | April 28, 2016 | Women
Outdated gender misconceptions spread worldwide continue to prevent women from taking on key leadership roles in every aspect of our daily lives. For this reason, we must join efforts to reverse this tendency and make sure their voices are heard.
Melissa Reagan Brunetti

Slight Imperfections Do Not Make You Imperfect

Melissa Reagan Brunetti | April 28, 2016 | Healthy Living
Some of the things we can do to cultivate a positive body images within ourselves:
Cassandra Jackson

I Thought That Infertility Was a White Woman's Disease

Cassandra Jackson | April 28, 2016 | Black Voices
Every time someone mentioned an infertility treatment, I nodded, and then I silently thanked god that I was a black woman and that there was at least one thing that I didn't have to worry about.
RaVal Davis

The Most Influential Turkish-American Women Are Crowned

RaVal Davis | April 28, 2016 | Women
In a first time, one of a kind gala event, TurkOfAmerica selected 30 influential female leaders from across the U.S. to compete in 30 categories to be crowned The Most Influential Turkish-American Women.
Sarah McArthur

The Time Is Now: Why More Millennials Are Choosing World Travel Over Steady Careers

Sarah McArthur | April 28, 2016 | Travel
I moved abroad five years ago at the age of 24. First, it was four years in Germany teaching English while traveling through Europe. When I got tired of the cold weather, my boyfriend and I jetted off to Costa Rica for a new warmer life. Maybe my choices were a bit crazy, but I like to think of them as life affirming.
Charlene Chinn

Why I Dress the Way I Do: The Real Corporate America

Charlene Chinn | April 28, 2016 | Black Voices
My company has an unspoken rule...dress to impress. There is no shortage of buttoned up suits and designer heels. I have even seen a few red bottoms and Jimmy Choos walk through the office floors. On the flip side there are definitely those who come to work on the more "casual" side.
Katherine Ripley

How Rape and "Pro-Life" Politics Are Intimately Connected

Katherine Ripley | April 28, 2016 | Women
The anti-abortion lobbyists who write these laws think they're protecting the lives of "unborn children," but they have no regard for the lives of the child rape victims whom they are re-raping by forcing them to deliver their abusers' children.
Flore D.

I Met The Love Of My Life At 17

Flore D. | April 28, 2016 | Women
I learned that you should listen only to yourself, your instinct, your beliefs, and your heart. By doing, that I got the most beautiful gift of all. Meeting the love of your life at a young age isn't a problem.
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