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Women are powerful in their own right, but get a group of them together around a common goal and you might as well take cover, because it’s going down.   I recently attended an a cappella competition and was struck by the female power demonstrated onstage by my high school all-girls group. They sang with…

posted on 4/5/2017 by

On this summer’s world stage, the U.S. women really stepped up to show their power, besting the men by winning 27 of the 46 American golds. In fact, as The New York Times noted, “Had the women competed as a separate country, they would have ranked third in the overall medal chart.”   From Simone…

posted on 9/14/2016 by

Starting the moment we find out the gender of our child, gender stereotypes are everywhere — especially when it comes to children playing with toys. The toy aisles are divided by gender instead of interest. Shouldn’t toys be used to try new roles, experiment and explore interests whether you’re a boy or a girl? As…

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April 29, 2014 — As followers of celebrities and lovers of TV and film, we can’t help noticing the use of the  “celebrity spokesperson.” But could this marketing practice be starting to phaseout because of high-profile falls from grace and the  catch-you-at-your-worst paparazzi? According to our Mullen/Frank About Women National Survey, most women recall with…

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