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How to Wrangle Change (Which is Inevitable) Like a Total Boss

Regardless of how routine or predictable, we’d like our lives to be, changes good and bad, large and small, are bound to occur, disrupting...

Peace Out Patriarchy: Rocking Out to the Punk Revival of Mexico...

Mexican women are kicking patriarchy’s ass in several ways. Fed up with the toxic masculinity and the high rates of violence they face, Mexican...

Strength in Numbers: How Women Supporting Women Changes the Game for...

Women supporting women should be a mantra for us all, especially within the workplace. The workplace is an everyday venue where supporting one another...

We Are All The Faces of Beautiful Women

Women have been under the microscope for decades. We’re expected to stay youthful, beautiful and keep a tiny waistline. The pressures are many, not...

Here’s Why Radically Intense Experiences Make You a Better Person

What does it mean to be truly alive? We’re not talking about the meaning of life, or what it means scientifically to be a...

Katelyn Ohashi Advocates for New Law That Empowers College Athletes by...

Katelyn Ohashi, the UCLA gymnast who rocked our world with her impeccable floor routine earlier this year, came out in support of California’s Fair...

A Love Letter to Powerhouse Serena Williams on Her Birthday

“The success of every woman should be the inspiration to another. We should raise each other up. Make sure you’re very courageous: be strong,...

Chanel Miller, Years After Being Assaulted by Brock Turner, Reclaims Her...

Four years after the Brock Turner case, Chanel Miller — who, until recently, was known to all of us as Emily Doe — is...

Girl Up is the Global Movement that Empowers Young Leaders to...

The names involved in the mission can leave some readers starstruck. Celebrity names branded as advocates include actress Priyanka Chopra, Former US Olympic Swimmer...

MSNBC Correspondent Mariana Atencio Recalls the Moment She Was Told to...

Have you ever been told to look or be “less Latina?” It happened to MSNBC journalist Mariana Atencio shortly before she was due to...

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