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The Invisible Woman Syndrome is just a state of mind

The moment you know who you are, a sense of empowerment will never leave you. The Argentinian writer Jorge Luis Borges once said “Any life, however long and complicated it may be, actually consists of a single moment — the moment when a man knows forever who he is.” Have you ever noticed how a lot of people don’t really know who they are or what they want to do with their lives? 524 more words


Empress Dowager Cixi

Empress Dowager Cixi began her ascent to rule when she was only 16, during a time where female names were too insignificant to be recorded; she was known as ‘the woman of the Nala family’. 976 more words

Sheroes Of History

Female Tech Sexism: Holly Brockwell Power Chats

Gadgette is a new publication for women about tech, style and life. Covering tech in a way that’s inclusive and useful, the online magazine is led by Editor-in-Chief Holly Brockwell, former Editor of ShinyShiny. 1,273 more words

Work & Career

The Day I Learned About the Downside of Having a Friend for a Business Partner

When I was about 7 or 8 my father, brother, and I went to visit family friends who lived in Delaware.

I didn’t know them at the time but they happened to have a daughter around my age and we clicked instantly. 273 more words

Stephanie Atieno

The world has a growing (but still tiny) amount of female leaders

The number-crunchers over at Pew Research Center have calculated that, while the number of female leaders across the world has doubled since 2005, it’s still a relatively small group. 154 more words

Human And Civil Rights