As most of us are aware, women’s role in national history is largely left out of the textbooks we read in school and women are barely seen in our country’s national parks and landmarks. According to this article by the Associated Press, only one in 10 people in textbooks are women and in national parks, less … More Women’s History Museum Bill Approved by the House
I just read this awesome article about Neil deGrasse Tyson and just had to share it because he’s already awesome and this article makes him even more awesome. Also, here’s a really great quote by NDT that is referenced in the article that I really want you to see, even if you don’t feel like … More Five Times Cosmos’ Neil deGrasse Tyson Stole My Feminist Heart
I’m currently working as the administrative assistant at a real estate investment company. Our CEO’s daughter is the head of a hospitality group, and she needed a space for her team to have a team building and brainstorming day, so she used our (stunning) boardroom yesterday. It just so happened that her team is all … More Who Run the World?
Did you know, in Ohio, if a woman is raped and decides to keep the child, her rapist has the legal right to sue for custody and visitation rights? Yes, you read that right. (And unfortunately, Ohio is not the only state.) The absurdity of this law came to light when the rapist of Amanda … More Rape & Custody Battles
Are we all vain fools? I have actually been so busy these last few weeks that I have been leaving my hair curly and pulling it back in a bun. I also haven’t been wearing my contacts. And I did get comments (they weren’t compliments). I woke up thinking I should probably get “entirely” ready this morning … More Are we all vain fools?