Sheryl Sandberg Leans In with Ms.

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg’s bestselling new book, Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will To Lead, has already made plenty of waves and sparked much discussion, as has her nonprofit Lean In Foundation, which will provide training, resources and support for women to achieve their professional goals, and encourages women to form “Lean In circles,” […]

Is Sheryl Sandberg’s “Lean In” The Next Great Feminist Manifesto?

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg’s new book, Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will To Lead, has come out accompanied by a blizzard of discussion, even among those who haven’t read it. I did read it, and found it to be a thoughtful, heavily researched and detailed book that will no doubt inspire countless young women […]

Is Feminism Having a TV Moment?

Elizabeth Banks and Mila Kunis are bringing more feminism to TV. I was thrilled to hear that two new feminist-related shows may soon be arriving on a television near you: Banks is producing and starring in a comedy for Fox about a women’s studies professor, and Kunis is executive producing a feminist drama set in […]

The Case for TEDWomen

Last week, TED Global announced the creation of a new conference: TEDWomen, which will take place in Washington, D.C,. this coming December 7-8. Reactions among ladyblogs have been predictably divided: Does a separate TED conference devoted to women give much-needed global attention to women’s issues, or further marginalize women’s issues by not including them in […]

Unmarried? It’ll Cost You

A new report from the Center for American Progress gives stark details on what it means for single or unmarried women in our economy today that our classic definition of “family” hasn’t changed in decades. Although they make up just under half of U.S. women, unmarried women represent 60 percent of women without health insurance, […]

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