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Nancy Vonk and Janet Kestin on the value that motherhood adds to their careers.
In his new book The Innovators, Walter Isaacson explores the critical but often forgotten role women played in the digital revolution from the very beginning.
Captain Kellie McCoy on becoming the first female engineer officer to join the Army’s storied 307th Engineer Battalion.
Keeping a New Year’s Resolution can be hard, but it helps when you’re supported by others. Sheryl Sandberg has an idea that will help you achieve your goals: join a Lean In Circle.
A majority of young adults say that their ideal relationship would be an egalitarian one. How can couples work together to increase equality in their relationships?
Read about the phenomenon of "manterrupting" (and what we can do to stop it!).
Stay-at-home dads now account for more than 16 percent of at-home caretakers.
A new play by Monica Byrne, "What Every Girl Should Know," running at the New York International Fringe Festival from August 15–24, tells the story of four adolescent girls, best friends with a playful penchant for masturbation.
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A new ESPN documentary relives the ambitions and anguish of American track superstar Mary Decker, whose run-in with Zola Budd during the ’84 Olympic Games would forever define her legacy.
Different websites are "gender flipping" books, articles, and advertisements with wildly creative and funny results.
We had to wait more than 80 years for an Arab and Muslim woman to win a gold medal. Lots of women started believing in themselves, saying, “If she did, we can.”
My life did not begin under perfect circumstances, but I had a family who believed I could persevere. I am blessed to know I can be that positive voice and source of support for others.
Ty-Licia Hooker, Student & Co-Founder of the Summer Success and Leadership Academy
I’m a firm believer that action can solve so many worries, and just powering through, no matter what, can give you the confidence you need when you feel like you’ve got nothing to offer.
Reese Witherspoon, Producer & Academy-award winning Actress
If there is a single trait that all Afghan women share, it’s determination. Put another way, we lean in.
Shireen Rahmani, Director of Human Resources, Roshan
Training beside me was a huge shock for many of these young alpha males. Here was a 37-year-old mother of two doing as well or better than almost all of them.
Major Lisa Jaster, Delivery Engineer, Shell Oil/Major, US Army Reserve
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