Women’s History is A Woman’s Voice-What is a Woman
It is 2023 and we are debating “What is a Woman” (I recommend you watch Matt Walsh from DailyWire.com’s "What is a Woman" documentary) . I feel because of media, social media and the very rich people in the background are not letting us women have a voice anymore. For women, the absence of knowledge about women’s past has been a deprivation perhaps even more serious than those due to economic & political discrimination and unequal access to opportunity.
Lip Scrub Brushes: A Gentle Way to Exfoliate Your Lips
Do you have dry, chapped lips? Are you looking for a gentle way to exfoliate them? If so, a lip scrub brush could be the ideal option for you. Lip scrub brushes are small, handheld brushes with soft bristles that gently remove dead skin cells from the lips, leaving them feeling soft, smooth, and hydrated. They are available in a variety of colors and styles, and they are relatively inexpensive.To use a lip scrub brush, simply wet your lips and apply a small amount of lip scrub to the brush. Then, gently brush your lips in a circular motion. Be sure to brush all areas of your lips, including the corners.After brushing, rinse your lips with water and pat them dry. You may also want to apply a lip balm to help lock in moisture.Lip scrub brushes can be used once or twice a week to help keep your lips looking and feeling their best.Benefits of Using a Lip Scrub Brush.
Rejecting Touch From the One Who Ignored You All Along
I felt her try to touch me, offer some affection from her demented mind. Neediness is what came through. But in the years of a clear head, she had nothing of the sort to offer.
Opinion: Kids Don’t Damage Women’s Careers — Men Do
In today's world, achieving a successful career is a goal for many individuals. However, for women, this pursuit often comes with additional challenges. There is a prevalent belief that having children negatively impacts a woman's career progression.
Addressing Entitlement and Critiquing Women's Clothing Choices
Breaking Stereotypes by Embracing Empowerment Beyond Clothing Choices. Get ready to delve into this article through my one-of-a-kind perspective. Allow me to entice you with a sneak peek of what's to come. I eagerly share my insights on the topic with you, my esteemed reader. But don't think this will be just another mundane read. Brace yourself for a thrilling adventure filled with uncommon views and innovation. Stick around as I sprinkle bits of originality into my writing. It's time to embrace a journey of fresh, unconventional thoughts."The Voice of Entitlement," an article by Mona Lazar titled "'Woman, if You Don't Want to Be Seen as a Sex Object, Stop Dressing Like One,'" has garnered significant attention and sparked controversy. The article addresses the issue of women being objectified and blamed for their sexualization based on their clothing choices. It takes a firm stance against the notion that women are accountable for their sexualization and emphasizes the need for a new outlook on the female form in society.
From Royal Weddings to Education Empowerment: Jill Biden's Action-Packed Trip
The first lady of the United States, Jill Biden will be visiting Jordan, Egypt, Morocco, and Portugal. The trip is meant for empowering young people and women. It will be a six-day journey, and while it will be her first time going to the Middle East as first lady, she had visited Namibia and Kenya a few months ago, in February.
Schoolteacher refuses to give up; The Three Land Runs of Nanitta Daisey
Nanitta Daisey: The Woman Who Wasn't Afraid to Take a Chance. Nanitta was a schoolteacher and newspaper reporter who knew that anyone could claim land in Oklahoma, and wasn't afraid to reach for her dream of owning her own land and home.
Outrage as Indiana Doctor Faces Reprimand for Discussing Abortion Services for 10-Year-Old Rape Victim
10 Year old GirlPhoto byAuthor using Wonder Digital Arts. In Indianapolis, the OB-GYN, Dr. Caitlin Bernard, recently faced a fine of $3,000 and a letter of reprimand from the Indiana Medical Licensing Board. The public discussion of providing abortion services to a 10-year-old Ohio rape victim by Dr. Bernard resulted in privacy concerns for the young patient. Despite these issues, Dr. Bernard was not suspended from her practice. The case has sparked debates about the right to safe and legal abortion services and the ethics and legality of disclosing confidential patient information.
Empowering Women in Business, while overcoming challenges & Achieving Success
In recent decades, the landscape of the business world has undergone a significant transformation with the rise of women entrepreneurs and executives. However, despite progress, women continue to face unique challenges on their path to success. From gender bias to work-life balance concerns, navigating these obstacles can be daunting. Yet, women across the globe are defying the odds, shattering glass ceilings, and leaving an indelible mark on the business world.
Illinois Bans Automatic License Plate Readers Hoping to Enforce Abortion Rights
A new law in Illinois is causing controversy as it bans the use of automatic license plate readers by law enforcement agencies. This may result in the technology's unavailability in the state, causing concerns about its impact on law enforcement effectiveness. Those who support the ban claim that using this technology goes against privacy rights, while others argue that protecting citizens and preserving public safety is necessary. As a result, the law has sparked heated debate, and its consequences are yet to be determined.
Whistling in the Dark
It’s 5 am and night still blankets the rolling hills of western North Carolina. Sometime between laying my head on my pillow and picking it up again, I’ve made a decision. I’m done being afraid of the dark.
Amidst the hurdles and burdens the traditional mother role has been redefined
Motherhood has undergone profound transformations in the United States over the past few decades. This transformation has been shaped by shifting social dynamics, educational pursuits, and the enduring pursuit of gender equality. As women increasingly pursue higher education, delay childbirth, and continue their careers after becoming mothers, the traditional mother role has been redefined. However, this societal progress has not eliminated the persistent disparities and challenges faced by working mothers, especially during the relentless storm of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Women's Safety Concerns on Los Angeles Metro Trains: Addressing Crime and Homelessness Issues
Women in Los Angeles are expressing their concerns about safety while using the Metro trains, citing issues such as crime, homelessness, and filth. Recent reports have highlighted an alarming increase in total crime on the Metro system, specifically on the Red and Purple lines. As a response, Metro has implemented safety measures, including an ambassador program. However, female riders need to be more convinced about the effectiveness of these initiatives. In this article, we will explore the experiences of women commuting on the Los Angeles Metro and the steps taken to address their safety concerns.
21 Traits of a High-Value Woman
While every single human being possesses intrinsic value and worthiness for love and affection, I’d like to focus on traits of the high-value woman. A high-value woman is considered a strong partner, friend, and person. She’s not just phoning in her life. She has a lot she brings to the table, and her qualities command respect as well as admiration.
Advancing Women in Leadership
Originally published byThe Greater Baton Rouge Business Report. When consulting with various corporate executives about strengthening their company’s leadership, they are often interested in promoting women into leadership positions, however, they express a similar challenge: when their company has a leadership opening, they struggle to find women internally with the right skills needed. Their limited succession planning becomes a missed opportunity for these companies.
Three Tips for Retaining Millennial Women
A Pricewaterhouse-Coopers report states that as of 2020, millennial women accounted for 25% of the global workforce. They are entering the workplace at bigger numbers than women in prior generations; they are highly educated with higher graduation percentages than men in their generation.
No More Saying Sorry
“I’m sorry to bother you, but I need some help.”. Most women punctuate their sentences with the word “sorry.” We do so because we are socialized to be polite, people-pleasers, and unassuming, and as a result we stuff our sentences with “sorry” to be amicable and pleasant. What many don’t realize is how overusing the word “sorry” is hurting our presence.