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Eva Price


To Be a Gay Mom? To Be a Broadway Producer? No One Is Showing Me the Way

Eva Price | Posted June 13, 2012

My mentors and role models have guided me to pursue work success as a measure of my life success, and I am grateful for that, but I am deeply saddened by the lack of mentorship and example that I have found for gay motherhood among professional women.
Dr. Joia Mukherjee


Malawi's First Female President: A Quiet and Earth Shaking Victory

Dr. Joia Mukherjee | Posted June 13, 2012

On April 7th, 2012, Vice President Joyce Banda was sworn in as the President of the country -- making her the first female president of Malawi, only the second on the continent.
Marnie Nir


What Are You Smoking if Love Is Still A Pipe Dream?

Marnie Nir | Posted April 13, 2012

Yep, you are the only common denominator in all the men/women you've dated. You pick 'em. You attract 'em. You date 'em. Hell, many of you even marry 'em.
Ashley E. McGuire


In Six Weeks, I Will Have a Baby

Ashley E. McGuire | Posted June 13, 2012

If I decide to make raising children and supporting my husband my full-time work, I don't want to be thought of as second-class citizen, unable to weigh in on important conversations.
Anne Mosle


The Quiet Sounds of Power

Anne Mosle | Posted June 13, 2012

A woman in a very prominent -- and historically very male -- job forced a national conversation about respect and equality. And she did it without ever saying a word.
Ashley E. McGuire


In Six Weeks, I Will Have a Baby

Ashley E. McGuire | Posted June 13, 2012

If I decide to make raising children and supporting my husband my full-time work, I don't want to be thought of as second-class citizen, unable to weigh in on important conversations.
Deborah Swiss


Patriotism and the Hero Factor

Deborah Swiss | Posted June 13, 2012

I have never felt more patriotic than the day I spoke before the Massachusetts National Guard and got to meet some of the men and women who serve our country today.
Rani Hong


An Evening of Courage

Rani Hong | Posted June 13, 2012

Each woman shared pieces of a remarkable journey, from all corners of the globe: India to Tacoma to New York City. Prostitution, forced marriage, slavery, kidnapping. But they all shared a most rare characteristic: courage.
Selena Rezvani


How To Negotiate A Raise

Selena Rezvani | Posted June 13, 2012

Many people sidestep negotiating for better pay. Here are seven negotiating techniques to help negotiate from a position of confidence and strength.
Connie Dieken


Influencer of the Week: Ashley Judd

Connie Dieken | Posted June 13, 2012

I believe girls and women are particularly vulnerable to "otheration," causing us to cling to the hope that a layer of war paint on our faces and highlights in our hair will mask our secret feeling of unworthiness.
Barbara Hannah Grufferman


The Spring of Our Discontent: Why Women Will Take to the Streets on April 28th

Barbara Hannah Grufferman | Posted June 13, 2012

The days of standing on the sidelines to watch others control our bodies, health, income and rights are over.
Liz Gumbinner


The Myth of the Rich, Selfish Working Mom

Liz Gumbinner | Posted June 13, 2012

Assume that the majority of mothers are doing the best they can, making the choices they think are the most appropriate for their families. Assume that there are great moms who work out of the house, great moms who work full time with their children, great moms with help, and great moms with none.
Ana Forrest


Stalking Your Fear, Part Four

Ana Forrest | Posted June 13, 2012

My last article explored how to manage your fear after a fright, like a car swerving. This time, I'd like to teach you a new way to walk through another common dangerous situation. Learn to shift from being a victim to being a warrior!
Barbara & Shannon Kelley


Who Wants A Housewife?

Barbara & Shannon Kelley | Posted June 13, 2012

I'll bet you do. That's right: you, over there. The one who just fished a shirt to wear to work out of the pile of dirty clothes on your bedroom floor.
Sarah Klein


We Tried It: Aerial Fabric Dance

Sarah Klein | Posted June 13, 2012

I twisted onto myside while still suspended, I wove my legs up and around the fabric, I arched my back, all the while imagining I was soaring above the gape-mouthed crowd at the 2013 Oscars.
Grace Suh Coscia, L.Ac., Dipl.O.M.


Don't Lose Your Balance at Mealtime!

Grace Suh Coscia, L.Ac., Dipl.O.M. | Posted June 13, 2012

When you're focusing on optimal digestion, you an easily overlook simple things. For instance, you should have a balance of warming and cooling foods at each meal.
Natasha Scripture


Friends or 'Menemies?'

Natasha Scripture | Posted June 13, 2012

When I was a young, naïve thing, my Dad used to tell me: "boys don't want to be your friend." He then left the rest to my imagination.
Susan McCorkindale


One Year Later, Death's Still Not Up for Discussion

Susan McCorkindale | Posted June 13, 2012

Rumor has it that other people talk about the actual deaths of their spouses.
Elaine Vilorio


Going Back To My Roots

Elaine Vilorio | Posted June 13, 2012

Today, I am proud to wear my hair naturally, regardless of the sneers I get from people who first see it. I no longer wanted to hide my hair under a shroud of chemicals that were damaging it.
Donna Henes


Why Friday the 13th Is a Very Lucky Day, Indeed!

Donna Henes | Posted June 13, 2012

Up until the patriarchal revolution, both Fridays and 13s were held in the very highest esteem. Both the day and the number were associated with the Great Goddesses, and therefore, regarded as the sacred essence of luck and good fortune.