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
Have Republicans defused the "war on women" rhetoric? An initiative to end campus rape faces criticism. The representative on her advocacy on breast cancer awareness and the Free the Data campaign.Watch Video
Men in feminism, Pierson's resignation, and Turlington's non-profit, Every Mother Counts.Watch Video
Women contribute to the struggle against ISIS. The correlation between the decline in marriages among young adults and their financial status. We speak to the woman running to become the first Democratic Governor of Texas in 20 years.Watch Video
War on Women: Have Republicans defused the "war on women" rhetoric? Yes Means Yes: An initiative to end campus rape faces ...
Feminist critic Anita Sarkeesian cancelled her event in Utah after receiving death and rape threats. She has been the target ...
Elizabeth Broderick was by all accounts more than a little reluctant to put her name forward as a woman of influence, believing there were far more deserving candidates for the title.
Online harassment is pervasive, a new Pew Research study shows. Forty percent of American adults say they have personally experienced such harassment, while 73 percent have seen it happen to others. And those figures become more extreme if you look at younger, more tech savvy users: 65 percent of Internet users ages 18-29 have been the target of online harassment and 92 percent have witnessed it.
TRENTON — New Jersey hasn’t heard the last of Brian Goldberg. Or maybe New Jersey will be hearing about him for the first time. Goldberg ran unsuccessfully for the Republican U.S. Senate nomination in June and barely raised any money. Now he is starting his own political action committee called “The Empowerment PAC,” which seeks to draw more young people, women and minorities into the Republican Party through a message of “empowerment, not entitlement.”
SIAN NORRIS says there’s another story to be told, in the wake of the Pistorius case. And that’s the story of male violence against women – both in South Africa where a woman is killed by her partner every eight hours, in the UK where a woman is killed by her partner every 3.5 days, and around the world where 1 in 3 women will be raped, beaten or abused in their lifetimes. During the period of Pistorius’ sentencing, approximately 27 women were killed as a result of domestic abuse in South Africa.
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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