by guest blogger Renee James, essayist and blogger In case you need to know exactly what the market will bear when it comes to lingerie, the answer is $2.5 million. You read that correctly. Last year, Victoria’s Secret unveiled a two-and-a-half million-dollar bra. It was, I grant you, a one-of-a-kind, gem-studded masterpiece—a far cry from […]
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by guest blogger Diana Zuckerman, PhD, president of the National Research Center for Women & Families “Was I just unlucky, or is this medical product not really safe?” That’s a question I get asked often, and was recently asked about Essure, a “permanent birth control” device made by Bayer. At first it seemed these women […]
by guest blogger Renee James. I’m grateful that I’ve reached a point in my life where the arrival of the annual Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue on newsstands doesn’t aggravate me. Since I’m old enough now to be the mother of the models, my first reaction is always, “Honey, sit down. Have a little something. You’re getting too thin…”
by guest blogger Maya Rodale. There have been some great stories about women in the news lately. With all the bad news out there, sometimes it’s nice to revel in a batch of inspiring and feel-good stories like these…
by guest blogger Maya Rodale. While our government schemes to limit women’s access to contraception, millions of people are reading a trilogy of erotic novels that graphically depict a breathtaking amount of sex. What’s the common denominator between this war on women and this hugely popular erotic novel? Control.
by guest blogger Hahrie Han. It seems like powerful public leaders and behemoth institutions alike are turning back years of hard-fought victories for women. But it is possible to reverse this backlash against women.
I’m not sure that “Women Finding Themselves” is an actual official genre of movies, but I have to say, it’s my favorite unofficial genre. So here is my list, in no particular order of my favorite “Women Finding Themselves” movies
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