Mean Feminists With Shoes and Poor Emasculated Dudes: A Fox News Stock Image Repository
Smart people have already commented on the hilarity that is Fox News declaring there’s a “war on men.” In the spirit of Sad White Babies with Mean Feminist Mommies, here’s my contribution: making it easier for Fox to find appropriate accompanying images for their stirring articles on gender relations.
The war declaration on Fox News.Believe it or not, modern women want to get married. Trouble is, men don’t. In a nutshell, women are angry. They’re also defensive, though often unknowingly. That’s because they’ve been raised to think of men as the enemy.
This March, I’m challenging myself to an entire month without makeup.
People wear makeup for various reasons. Some wear it to emphasize their ethnic identity, some to accentuate their gender identity. Others use makeup as an empowering survival tool in an oppressed culture, while others consider their makeup to be an ongoing art piece in self-expression. Some reasons are positive, but my reason for wearing makeup was not. I wanted to be perfect.
The journey of the selfie is typical. From casual self-portrait, to a briefly cool hipster badge of honour, it’s quickly becoming the saddest thing you can do on social media. We’ll never keep up with internet trends – so why are we so bent on trying, asks Rebecca Holman
“Selfie” was the Oxford Dictionary’s 2013 word of the year. Amid the bared midsections and flawless smiles flashed all so often on the screen comes the explosion of the ugly selfie: close-up shots of double chins, insides of mouths, makeup-less pores, exaggerated toothy growls and duck lips zoomed in so close that they look grotesque.
In another significant move, the automaker also gave a major promotion to a foreigner, signaling an effort to change perceptions.
Technology expert Hideko Kunii, 66, will join the board, and Issao Mizoguchi, a Brazilian of Japanese ancestry, who has worked with Honda's South American operations for nearly 30 years, has been appointed operating officer,
Artemsia Gentileschi ‘David and Bathsheba’, 1650-c. 1652
"Throughout the centuries women have had to work tremendously hard to make their voice heard, especially in renaissance Florence where most women’s destinies lied in childbirth and taking care of the home. Their voices rarely heard nor seen which is why this subject fascinates me as a very independent girl living in their same city, free to roam as I please. What we know less about are the amazing stories of those girls, who against the odds, didn’t follow the normal life-path and instead carved out a destiny of their own. In this case, I am talking about women artists that made their mark in Florence, Italy hundreds of years ago but who’s presence is still struggling to be remembered today."
Del. Mark Cole's legislative aide said he is not planning on introducing the ERA legislation to be heard in the House committee effectively stopping progress on the ERA bill for Virginians and for our nation. This is unacceptable! We need to call and to keep calling Del. Cole and Speaker Howell. Ask them to allow a vote on the ERA bill HJ 12. The Virginia Senate bill passed with bi-partisan support 25-8.
Tell your friends across this nation to call NOW!!!! One man has chosen to stop the path for economic stability for all women in the United States. Remind Delegate Cole and Speaker Howell that the number one issue for women is economic equality and women all across the nation are watching Virginia!
Del. Mark Cole (804) 698-1088 Email Address: DelMCole@house.virginia.gov Twitter: @MarkColeVA
A BBC executive told attendees at a convention that the network is very concerned with making sure young girls are shown positive role models that aren't oversexualized, because lord knows kids get enough of that from a place called "everywhere."
WASHINGTON (AP) — In a first, working-age people now make up the majority in U.S. households that rely on food stamps — a switch from a few years ago, when children and the elderly were the main recipients.
As Sex and the City's Kristin Davis says she's 'sorry' the show encouraged women to totter around in high heels, Radhika Sanghani asks why we still all do it - and discovers the psychology behind women's love affair with the stiletto
"Overcoming the Gender Gap: Women Entrepreneurs as Economic Drivers" explores the reasons behind lower business startup rates among women and proposes actions that would help to realize the promise of female entrepreneurs in escalating the economy.
As women account for one-half of the potential talent base throughout the world, its not difficult to see that every nation’s competitiveness hinges on how it educates and utilizes it’s women.
Hungarian photographer and retoucher Flóra Borsi created a popular series of photos last year titled “Photoshop in Real Life.” The images imagined what various Photoshop Tools might be used for if they had physical powers in our world, and were quickly shared across the web.
Now Borsi is back with a new set of images that show off her Photoshopping prowess. Titled “Time Travel,” the photos show Borsi inserted into various historical photographs of famous individuals.
Growing up is grim in Delhi’s biggest red light district — but there’s hope. Born into brothels — into a scene of drugs, alcohol, criminal activity, sex, exploitation and violence — the children here were bound for a future of prostitution or pimping; a future derelict of education or promise.
Looking for a job when you don't have one is one of the hardest things we do as responsible adults. Career transition is hard work and the biggest challenge is staying positive. Kathryn gives us some great strategies for keeping our chin up and focused until we find that perfect fit. - InPower Editors Whether…
Consider the last two points carefully
Remember that finding a job is a full-time job
Don’t make job search failure a foregone conclusion
Study: Taking Gender into Account: Theory & Design for Women’s Leadership Development (Ely-Harvard Business School, Ibarra-INSEAD, Kolb-Simmons, 2011) Finding: Subtle, “second generation” forms of gender bias operate in corporate culture, but skill...
Looks foggy to me.
“second generational” gender bias as less overt and sexist, but more cultural and systemic.
Theresia Gouw of Accel and Jennifer Fonstad of Draper Fisher Jurvetson are opening Aspect Ventures, a tech investment firm through which they said they planned to invest in mobile start-ups and illustrate the value of diversity.
Sometimes it's so easy to fall into negativity that we forget how much energy it saps from us. That's why we started InPower Women, to help restart the dialog about women, leadership and power.
Why turning into a society of followers?
The end result of having a steady flow of negative experiences, disappointment, and unfulfillment fed into a person where they get to the point where their safety is to be like their neighbors, doing their best to look like them, act like them.