What You Can Do for Women Right Now

There has been more than enough written about all that has transpired this past week in regard to Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford. My concern at this point is less about who will be appointed to the Supreme Court (although I still have concerns), but more about the many, many women in our country who are hurting as a result of this confirmation hearing-turned-fiasco. So here are my suggestions for ...

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10 Women who Were the First People to Achieve Historic Milestones

On this International Women's Day, we're celebrating 10 women who were the first in their field--not the first women, just the first. Annie Edison Taylor –first person to go in a barrel over Niagara falls (okay, perhaps this doesn't fall into the category of "historic," but it's still cool.) Marie Curie –first to win Nobel Prizes in Two Different Fields (chemistry and physics) Lady Gaga—first to have 30 million Twitter followers Margaret Knight—invented the ...

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My teenage daughter is getting grief from members of her dance team because she won't chemically alter the color of her skin (aka spray tan) for an upcoming competition. Not only does she not like the idea of the chemicals on her skin and the smell of the spray, she doesn't want to show up at school one day suddenly bronzed (we are a very pale people and the change ...

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