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Guest post submission by Jayna Nickert, MFT on behalf of Focus Essentials: January is Mental Wellness Awareness Month, and that means ...
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One of the things I ask the members of the Unnamed Productivity Club each week is “what questions do you have?” I encourage them to write down the questions they have even if they’re not for me or the group. This is because before you can get the answers you’re looking for, you need to […]
According to a study published Monday, which surveyed women ages 18 to 44 in the United States, more than 3 million women experienced rape as their first sexual experience, resulting in long-term health consequences. The study, published in JAMA Intern… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Newswire
A new study reveals that black carbon, a result of air pollution, can be found in mother’s placenta, posing a potential health risk to unborn babies. The study examined the placentas of 25 non-smoking women who gave birth in Belgium. Researchers studie… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Newswire
A high school swimmer won her 100-meter race, only to be disqualified for having her school-issued swimsuit be deemed too revealing. The Alaska School Activities Association has reviewed and determined that the disqualification of a high school teenage… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Newswire
Anti-violence protestors in South Africa demand government and business response to the rising violence against women, saying the government is issuing empty promises to help women. As protestors are gathered outside parliament in Cape Town, South Afri… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Newswire
In the midst of the real world gender-pay-gap battle, Hasbro is releasing a new version of Monopoly where women are celebrated for our achievements and paid more than men. Beyond shifting the gender-pay-gap, the original game’s famous properties have b… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Newswire
Something that’s come up in a few conversations over the last couple of weeks is the question “How do I make sure the important stuff in my business gets done?” And this question isn’t coming from new business owners. The ladies who are asking have run their profitable business for at least a couple years […]
A woman in Iran who was sentenced to six months in prison for disguising herself as a man to enter a soccer stadium, where women are barred, died this week from severe burns after setting herself on fire outside of the courthouse. The 29 year old, Saha… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Newswire
Lyft has announced changes to its safety policies following a lawsuit filed by 14 women saying the company didn’t do enough to protect them from sexual assault by drivers or to support them through the process of reporting. The lawsuit against Lyft all… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Newswire
Following a thread of Supreme Court decisions that protected business owners’ rights to discriminate on the basis of gender and sexual orientation, on August 15th, 2019 the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) — a branch of the U.S. D… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Newswire
An eight-and-a-half month pregnant migrant woman travelling from El Salvador was stopped by U.S. Customs and Border Patrol after crossing the Rio Grande, and while the anonymous woman began experiencing labor contractions U.S. border agents took her to… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Newswire
On Sunday, September 8th, hundreds of citizens took to the streets of Mexico City to participate in a silent march to end the ever-present violence against women in Mexico. Forty percent of Mexican women experience sexual violence in their lifetime, ac… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Newswire
Two weeks after guards at Lowell Correctional Institution — the largest women’s prison in Florida and the second largest in the nation — brutally beat a woman with mental and physical disabilities, former inmates from the women’s prison protested the i… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Newswire
Originating in Mexico City, the “revolución diamantina”, or the “glitter revolution”, is a new movement started by Mexican women to protest institutionalized sexual violence perpetrated by Mexican polices forces. The movement began in response to an in… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Newswire
Adele Lim, an experienced television writer who was celebrated for bringing authenticity to the screen adaptation of Singaporean author Kevin Kwan’s book last year, said in a Hollywood Reporter story Wednesday that she was offered significantly less th… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Newswire
Yesterday, ten of the Democratic presidential candidates vowed to take unparalleled action on climate change in the first prime-time televised forum dedicated to the issue in a presidential race, promising to undo the current administration’s environme… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Newswire
A new report released on Wednesday by the National Women’s Law Center found that the racial breakdown of the student body in D.C. schools directly correlates with the strictness in dress code policy and that D.C. charter schools have twice the number o… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Newswire
Chanel Miller, the victim of rapist Brock Turner who has remained anonymous until now, is releasing a memoir detailing the infamous trial and her life since the assault. Miller is releasing her memoir Know My Name on September 24. She speaks out about … Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Newswire