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Aunt Flo Gets a New Handbag

I’ve filed my recent discovery of the menstrual cup in the “Why did I not know this when I was 26?” folder, along with deciding to use hair masks and deciding not to use a notebook at work, because really, how often does one go back and read that stuff anyway? 817 more words

The Importance of Women's Education

This past week I entered the Kids Film It Festival in Cleveland with a film about the importance of women’s education. Finding this topic extremely important, especially with attending an all-girls school, I have decided to publish the film here to educate more on the importance of this topic and bring awareness to the subject. 6 more words

Emily Brazytis

Educating a woman means educating the entire family: Vikram Singh Puar

Women’s education is something our society has been neglecting for centuries. Vikram Singh Puar, at a recent public meeting in Dewas, pointed out the importance of educating women by saying that educating a woman is equivalent to educating the entire family. 305 more words

Dewas

A Male Degree

I feel very lucky to have grown up the way I did.

I grew up in a country where women are allowed traditionally male jobs, under a father that encouraged me to be as high achieving and well educated as possible, in an era wherein progress in women’s rights is being and has been made. 154 more words

My Personal Life

Circle of Sisterhood founder tells of the worldwide struggle for women's education

By Nicole Weinstein

The founder of Circle of Sisterhood, a foundation that advocates for girls’ education, spoke about the importance of educating women around the world at the Stamp Student Union on Sept. 330 more words

UMD

Water Accessibility's Affect on Women's Education

Background and Summary of the Study

The research conducted in Getachew Demie, Mulugeta Bekele, and Berhanu Seyoum’s article “Water accessibility impact on girl and women’s participation in education and other development activities: the case of Wuchale and Jidda Worreda, Ethiopia” was conducted around north Shewa Wuchale and Jidda Worreda in Ethiopia. 709 more words

Science

yes, I am a feminist...

…for women who are not able to contribute to their society, for women for are held against their will, for women who are undervalued and underestimated, and for women who aren’t allowed to get an education. 444 more words