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The taming of the shrew in pop culture

So the thing I was doing with the Western professor didn’t work out. I still have two months worth of blog posts so I figured I’d just post them here if you guys want to see why I’ve been kind of quiet these past months. 1,236 more words


Women Bloggers Are A Force

By Maggie Cely

More than 3,500 content creators gathered at the Hilton New York for BlogHer 2015, a two-day conference convened to champion the next generation of women in the blogosphere. 611 more words


A Toast To All The Real Women!

A Toast to All The REAL Women

On Friday night my hubby and I drove around the parking lot of the movie theatre trying to find a spot. 646 more words

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6 Power Plays Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Serena Williams

I’m sitting here watching my favorite part of any sporting event: the hype. Serena Williams, one of professional tennis’ most dominant figures in recent times, is getting ready to play at Wimbledon again, and when the commentators and experts start weighing in and breaking down the match, my heart skips a beat.   874 more words

FAIR: Some Things Considered, Mostly by White Men

With regular commentators who are 71 percent white men, NPR has its work cut out for it.  

 By Michael Tkaczevski  FAIR  July 13, 2015

A new FAIR study finds that NPR commentary is dominated by white men and almost never directly addresses political issues.

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Black Women Are the Fastest Growing Group of Entrepreneurs

The number of businesses owned by African American women has grown 322% since 1997, making black females the fastest growing group of entrepreneurs in the U.S., according to… 337 more words

She Does Review

“You just keep the bad things away from your project. That’s what a director does. All the great things that happen aren’t really because of you, but if the bad things creep in that’s your fault.

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