Many of us have been rejoicing in the great strides American companies have taken to strike down workaholic policies and embrace a work-life balance that many European countries have had it place for decades. Recently Netflix wowed us with their “unlimited” maternity and paternity leave… Read More
At the urge of a Go Blog Social conference speaker, I’m going to start writing about whatever is authentic to me right now, and stop waiting for that right moment to write that oh so hot industry-related blog post. Ergo today’s blog post is about something… Read More
Sexism in films is a waste of our time. With films expanding from a comfortable 2 hours to now 3.5 million years (we call this time duration 1 Peter Jacksons), we can’t afford to have sexism inflating the run time. We’re already running late to see the recently… Read More
Welcome to the rock’em, sock’em, no holding back, all-out ideological war on child-bearing. Women, mostly in their 20s and 30s, divide into opinionated groups to fiercely protect their views and to become confounded—or insulted— by a different group’s perspective.
Shutterfly sent me this email with the subject line “Congratulations on your new arrival,” but why? Does my Shutterfly account look pregnant? Did they do a bad job of correlation statistics? Did they accidentally send to the wrong list?
Special thanks to Shutterfly for reminding me of the importance of good data in marketing.
Can’t believe that I’m hearing another “expert” say that women need to be better educated about safety rather than all college students needing to be educated about sexual assault, consent, and consequences. I’ve heard so many experts talk about sexual assaults on campus in wake… Read More
Women can’t reach self-actualization because of violence. As I’ve grown up and grown older, the number of my friends who have experienced sexual assault in their lives has increased. It has made me believe that the greatest battle my sex has to fight is not… Read More