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Suffragette. How far have we come since then?

Last night I was lucky enough to get to a special screening of Suffragette (Women’s Equality Party working group perk!). I LOVED it. Beautifully shot, beautifully acted, fascinating, empowering, toe-curling and tear-inducing all at once, with a few giggles thrown in. 424 more words


Week End Blog - Rebounds!

Bad news is good news, right? The IMF delivered its semi-annual World Economic Outlook, and like the ones before, the content was mostly negative. GDP growth expectations were adjusted downward across the board. 804 more words


In fashion, lack of female creative directors leave women wanting more

When it comes to designing clothing for women’s bodies, it seems to be a man’s game, Vanessa Friedman of the New York Times argued this week. 97 more words

Arts And Culture

$400,000,000.00 (Four Hundred Million) So Far - Who's Buying Who...

Through the first half of 2015 $400,000,000.00 spent by Billionaires and Millionaires on presidential candidates.  Mostly through SuperPacs.

See Who’s Paying For Who HERE

The 3rd Quarter contributions are not yet included.  239 more words

Centinel2012 reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

Follow the money as it will always tell you what is going on and who has the power!

Ser Mujer no es un obstáculo

Por María del Carmen Alanís, Magistrada del Tribunal Electoral del Poder Judicial de México

¿Una embarazada o lactando es menos capaz que un hombre para ocupar la Presidencia de la República? 1,098 more words

Women's Rights

Women will soon be able to serve in the Indian Air Force

For the first time in Indian military history, women will be permitted to take up combat positions in the Indian Air Force. “We are now planning to induct them into the fighter stream to meet the aspirations of young women of India,” Air Chief Marshal Raha announced on the IAF’s 83 anniversary. 162 more words

Women's Rights