Pride And Paraphernalia: An Array Of Jane Austen Inspired Goodies For Devoted Janeites

December 16, 2016 by

To commemorate what would have been her 241st birthday, we're celebrating Jane Austen (December 16, 1775 - July 18, 1817) with an assortment of not-so-sophisticated, but downright awesome goodies that pay homage to the woman considered to be one of the greatest writers in English history. ... [Read More]

Official Trailer: See Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) Back In Action In Homeland Season 6

December 16, 2016 by

The one month countdown is officially on to Homeland Season 6, which premieres on Sunday, January 15 at 9PM ET/PT, and we are so excited. Here's the quick breakdown of what's to come this season, as reported by Deadline...  "After she thwarts a terrorist attack in Berlin, season six picks up several months later ... [Read More]

The Circle: Film Stars Emma Watson As A Woman In Tech Who Discovers Dark Side Of ‘Sharing’

December 15, 2016 by

Emma Watson, actor and UN Women Global Goodwill Ambassador, stars in The Circle, an upcoming tech thriller based on the international best-selling book by Dave Eggers. "As she rises through the ranks of the world’s largest tech and social media company, The Circle, Mae Holland (Watson) is encouraged by company ... [Read More]

Lillian Moller Gilbreth “The First Lady Of Engineering” And The Founding Of Industrial Psychology

December 14, 2016 by

Humans have been building structures out of ceramic brick for five thousand years, and for four thousand nine hundred of those years the method had hardly changed: throw a bunch of bricks at the foot of a bricklayer and then watch as he bends over, picks one up, places it, and then proceeds to do ... [Read More]

Announcing ‘Women In Science Wednesday’ An Exclusive New Series Celebrating Women Scientists

December 13, 2016 by

Women You Should Know is incredibly excited to announce - Women In Science Wednesday - a new collaboration with Dale DeBakcsy, a math and science teacher, dad of two daughters, and the man behind the outrageously entertaining series ... [Read More]

Sociologist Edits Daughter’s “What Is A Princess?” Book, Creates Awesome Feminist Narrative

December 13, 2016 by

Meet Danielle Lindemann. As a sociologist who studies gender roles, she always thought she was pretty attuned to the perils of princess culture, but she says having an almost 3-year-old daughter of her own "cranked that awareness up to a whole new level." So when her daughter received Disney’s "What Is A Princess?" ... [Read More]

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The Dinner Party: A Powerful Visual Celebration Of The Historic Contributions Of Women

December 12, 2016 by

In 1974, Judy Chicago, a pioneer of feminist art and art education, set out to put together a legendary dinner party. Her carefully chosen guest list included 1,038 incredible women - 39 "guests of honor," who would each have their rightful place at a grand triangular table, and 999 others, who would have their names inscribed ... [Read More]

Cristen Conger Breaks Down The Etymology Of The Word Slut… From The Year 1386 On [Video]

December 9, 2016 by

Fueled by "boundless curiosity and rigorous research," Cristen Conger, host of Stuff Mom Never Told You, breaks down the etymology of the word slut in this fascinating (and entertaining) history lesson. Covering how its meaning has changed over the years, and why continuing to use it to describe women is turning the world into ... [Read More]

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