According to the HBR, only 2 of the best-performing 100 CEOs are women. Facebook & Apple offer to pay for women freezing their eggs. Men break the silence on the problems of abuse both in the military and civilian life.Watch Video
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Men in feminism, Pierson's resignation, and Turlington's non-profit, Every Mother Counts.Watch Video
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Emma Watson & HeForShe: The role of men in feminism. Julia Pierson: Did the woman formerly in charge of the Secret Service ...
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This week on To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe, our panelists discuss why women still have a long way to go in the business world, the controversy of egg freezing benefits for female employees, and male sexual assault.
On the panel this week joining host Bonnie Erbe is The Daily Signal’s Genevieve Wood; Senior Fellow at the Independent Women’s Forum Patrice Lee; Progressive Commentator Patricia Sosa; President of the National Network to End Domestic Violence Kim Gandy
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By Miriam Zoll
Apple and Facebook are covering the cost for female employees to freeze their eggs, in an effort to help balance challenges of childbirth and career-building. But should egg freezing really be deemed the 'new women's movement'? Author and advocate Miriam Zoll sheds light on the misinformation surrounding this procedure's health risks and why we should be demanding workplace policy changes instead.
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Republican Joni Ernst is trying to become the first woman elected to Congress from Iowa. But in her Senate race – like others nationwide – women voters could be a lifeline for the Democrats.
RANDOLPH – Jody Dow, 18, of Thetford stood by her plow and spoke about her career as a maintenance worker with the Vermont Agency of Transportation at the 16th Annual Women Can Do conference at Vermont Technical College in Randolph Center on Thursday.
Barb Butler is among the roughly one-third of all college-educated women in the United States who will leave the workforce at some point to care for children or aging parents, research at the Center has found, as workplace cultures continue to reward “all in” work and as women are still largely expected to be primary caregivers.
Question: What are the red hatters and what do they do? This is a question from Jim Neppl of St. Cloud. He is referring to the group of women frequently seen wearing red hats. The formal name is the Red Hat Society.
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