The other day while watching the always entertaining and addictive show, “Sex and the City,” I was inspired to write about men’s intimidation of successful women. During the episode, Carrie (the main character) was going through a rough patch with her significant other simply because her career was successful and his wasn’t. At the end […]Read More Why do some men have insecurities of successful women?
I’m sure most of us have seen the viral video, “First Kiss” where apparent strangers meet for the first time and ultimately kiss for the first time. Well after the 65 million views and counting, it was publically stated that some of the people were not actually strangers and the video was a collaboration between […]Read More “First Kiss” and “First Gay Hug” Videos Reiterate the Beauty of Human Interaction
President Obama recently spoke at Orlando’s Valencia College about several topics, one of them being women’s issues. He discussed the problems of unequal pay between women and men in the work force, unfair policies for maternity leave, and the need for more women in Congress and other institutions, stating ever so comically, “We all know […]Read More Quick Hit: Obama speaks about changes that need to happen for women in America
Over spring break, while I sadly wasn’t on some amazing getaway, but in the comfortable quarters of my home in VA, I was doing the daily scroll through Facebook and came across a trending video. The video was for the “Ban Bossy” campaign started by Sheryl Sandberg—the chief operating officer of Facebook—and her Lean In […]Read More My interpretation of #BanBossy
Gendercide: the systematic killing of members of a specific sex. While the United States and North America still have gender issues, this inhumane phenomenon is one aspect of gender inequality we do not face on a daily, monthly, and yearly basis. This widespread practice of killing or aborting females, strictly on the premise that the […]Read More Gendercide: An issue all of us should be aware of.
The other day while scrolling through Facebook, I saw an advertisement that caught my eye. It was for CoverGirl with the title “GirlsCan” and a video that featured Queen Latifah, Ellen DeGeneres, Sofia Vergara, Katy Perry, Janelle Monae, Pink and Becky G that’s pretty awesome in my eyes. Go ahead and watch it below:Read More Quick Hit: CoverGirl’s New Ad “GirlsCan” Is A Step In The Right Direction
**Trigger warning**Sexual content and language** A couple weeks back, I had written about a ridiculously ignorant and sexist email titled, “Save the Sluts,” sent by a member of the college of William & Mary’s Sigma Chi fraternity chapter. When discussing that email, I had made a call to action; to not let something as profoundly […]Read More A fiery response to the article, “Skills Vs. Serendipity: Why Men Are Studs and Women Are Sluts”