Two Mumbai Women Rap Against Rape

“As a nation, India is 1000 shades of fabulous and yet there are still 999 issues that hold us back. This is a piece that addresses all that needs immediate fixing – particularly for women!“

Two Mumbai Women Rap Against Rape

Fix-It Friday: Spring Home Maintenance Tips… DIY On The Inside And Out

Home improvement pro Norma “Toolbelt Diva” Vally takes us through DIY prep for the new season… and we’re talking way more than the basic spring-cleaning.

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Happy Birthday Senda Berenson, The “Mother Of Women’s Basketball”

A perfect trifecta… it’s March Madness, Women’s History Month and the birthday of Senda Berenson, the “Mother of Women’s Basketball.”

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Want To Map The Exact Spots Where Women Made History… There’s An App For That

“It’s not that women don’t make history – it’s that we don’t honor them for it.”

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Fix-it Friday with Norma Vally

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Wonder Woman to Justice League: “If I Don’t Get Pants, Nobody Gets Pants!”

March 17, 2015 by

"This image is a submission for The Line Is Drawn, theme 'Male superheroes see how the other side lives.' Wonder Woman makes the rest of the Justice League of America wear various costumes she’s had over the years." By comic book artist and sociologist, Cynthia Sousa (aka Themat) ... [Read More]

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12-Year-Old Madeline Messer Wants To Know “Why Do The Most Popular Game Apps Make Me Pay To Play As A Girl?”

March 17, 2015 by

By Madeline Messer - For a 12-year-old girl, playing games on an iPhone is pretty regular behavior. Almost all of my friends have game apps on their phones, and we’ll spend sleepovers playing side by side. One day I noticed that my friend was playing a game as a boy character and asked ... [Read More]

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A Wee Bit Of Irish Wisdom On St. Patrick’s Day

March 17, 2015 by

It's March 17th... a day when rivers flow emerald, amber ales turn clover, people don their best shade of kelly, and schmears of white cream cheese blanket green bagels. It's a day when luck is in the air, rainbows dot the sky, and almost all the world seems just a little bit Irish. So on this St. Patrick's Day, we toast each and every one of you with a wee bit of Irish wisdom that you don’t have to be ... [Read More]

Dove France Turns Women’s Private, Negative Thoughts Into Dialogue That Two Actresses Deliver In Public

Dove France Turns Women’s Private, Negative Thoughts Into Dialogue That Two Actresses Deliver In Public

March 16, 2015 by

"If it's not acceptable to say it to someone else, why say it to ourselves?" Earlier this year, Dove launched its #SpeakBeautiful campaign that was designed to encourage women to stop posting negative Tweets about beauty and body image (over 5 million were sent last year), and to help change the way far too many women ... [Read More]

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GTFO Documentary Exposes The Truth Behind Sexual Harassment of Women Gamers

March 16, 2015 by

Premiering this week at the South by Southwest (SXSW) festival, the new documentary GTFO (Get The F% Out) exposes the truth about women and gaming, and it isn’t a pretty picture. Sparked by a public display of sexual harassment in 2012, GTFO pries open the video game world to explore ... [Read More]

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Aspiring Inventor Builds For A Cause… Uses LEGO Pieces For ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

March 16, 2015 by

Since taking the universe by deluge on July 29, 2014, the wildly viral ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has brought in $115 million in donations to the ALS Association, and an outpouring of support from people all over the world. One of those supporters was 8-year-old Aieshah Ashfer from Williston Park, NY, who ... [Read More]

A Few Words On Gender Equality From Major General Kristin Lund… Leading Change, & Paving The Way For Many

A Few Words On Gender Equality From Major General Kristin Lund… Leading Change, & Paving The Way For Many

March 13, 2015 by

Major General Kristin Lund of Norway is the first woman ever to be appointed as Force Commander in the United Nations Peacekeeping Operation, and is currently serving with the UN Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP). ... [Read More]

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Women’s History Month Giveaway: Win A BOLD Ring And Show Off Your Moxie

March 13, 2015 by

For this latest Women's History Month giveaway, Women You Should Know has teamed up with Cheryl Laughlin, the woman behind Bits Of Love jewelry, a brand that celebrates the power of words as little kicks of inspiration when you need it most. It's our way of celebrating BOLD women... everyday women (past and present) who have BOLDly gone where ... [Read More]