It was 1995 and Pope John Paul II Wrote a Feminist Letter. This letter was presented to the Fourth World Conference on Women held in Beijing
Last Saturday, the United States Senate passed the Tax Cut (TCJA) and Jobs Act, a sweeping tax reform that leaves little in the current code untouched. The $1.5 trillion bill was passed in a 51-49 vote, with sole support coming from the senate’s Republican majority. […]
We’re two months out from the September 24th election, and Germany’s parliament still hasn’t reached a majority consensus. The election ensured Angela Merkel’s continuation as Prime Minister, but her party, the Christian Democratic Union, failed to receive a majority of votes.
The United Kingdom is preparing for another royal wedding. This time, His Royal Highness Prince Henry of Wales will be tying the knot! Who is the lucky lady? American Actress Meghan Markle.
When we look toward gender equality we rarely think of males or the military. However, recent news has shed light on some empowering goings-on. It has also provoked some interesting conversation.
The economic imbalance between men and women in the workplace gives men the power. That power gives them the ability to control and harass women not only the boardroom, but at home as well.
If you are a woman, your breasts could prove to be lethal. A recent study has suggested the idea that women are less likely to get CPR than men. Why? Hang on to your bras! People are scared to touch boobs. How did we get to the point we would rather watch someone die than feel awkward? I think that is a question worth exploring. In this article, we will look at 5 myths and truths about CPR and women.
In the U.S., gender gaps in education and career fields have steadily closed over the past decades. The 20th century saw vast improvements in gender equality. For example, in the 1940s, more than 70% of college undergraduates in the United States were men. Now, women account for upwards of 55% of enrolled college students. The margin has been shrinking in favor of women since the 1970s.
France’s gender equality minister is taking on sexual harassment in the land of amour. Marlene Schiappa says she wants to end a "climate of relative tolerance towards sexual abuses."
In light of the recent allegations plaguing Hollywood and Washington D.C., the problem of sexual assault is now headline news. In the United Kingdom, women are taking their cues from the brave ladies in the US