Instagram’s Racial Divide

My name is Christine Bronstein and I am a meme addict. The more I scroll, the more aware I become that I, myself, am a walking, talking, … [Read more...]

Empowering Women with Real Simple Magazine

Real Simple and Fidelity Investments hosted the #EmpowerHour15 event at the Bently Reserve in San Francisco, California. Designed to be an evening of … [Read more...]

The Miracle of Putting Co-Sleeping to Bed Thanks to Gabrielle Bernstein’s Miracles Now

Mine is not a stereotypical woo-woo, co-sleeping Marin, CA family. We play paintball and have ATVs. We even eat some foods with GMOs. My children … [Read more...]

Is The Retouching Debate Bringing Us Down?

Photoshop gets more free advertising than any company I know. The most recent outcry from Jezebel, which offered $10,000 for the untouched version of … [Read more...]

I Think I’ll Make It: Kat Hurley Speaks About Being the Five-Year-Old Star Witness in Her Father’s Murder Trial

Had I known I should have been squirreling away memories as precious keepsakes, I would have scavenged for more smiles, clung to each note of … [Read more...]

The Real Problem With Miley Cyrus and Marissa Mayer: Twerking, Lounging and Mixed Messages

"Why are Feminists Judging Miley Cyrus?" is the title of a recent Rush Limbaugh show. Although I find Limbaugh horrendous, this question was also in … [Read more...]

Drugs, Rape and Political Terror: Interview With Isabel Allende on Her Latest Novel Maya’s Notebook

When I asked Isabel Allende for a quote from one of the many rave reviews of her latest novel, Maya's Notebook, she responded with this one: An … [Read more...]

Why Women Should Think Like Mark Zuckerberg

Not up for shelling out $100 to message Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg? Social innovator and marketing thought leader Ekaterina Walter has a much … [Read more...]

What Do “Sluts” and “Feminists” Have in Common? They’re Both Taking Down the Women’s Movement

Can women simultaneously work to "take back" a word, even as they excoriate those who use it pejoratively? That's what's happening with the word … [Read more...]

Why Are Family Jewels Just for Men?

Last night I was reading Tin Tin to our oldest boy and when a character had lost some jewels he could not contain himself. "Jewels" he yelled … [Read more...]