Posted by: Solange Castellar
on Sep 12, 2013
Well, wouldja look at that, Abercrombie & Fitch is under siege once again. In A&F’s latest news, a young Muslim woman filed an anti-discrimination suit against the company because she was unable to wear a hijab to work. Jeez, this company needs to get its act together.
In 2010, 18-year-old Hani Khan was fired from the San Mateo, CA, Hollister store. Four months into her job, Khan’s manager expressed concern for her head ... Read More
Posted by: Melanie Mignucci
on Aug 29, 2013
What’s that, world? Women’s Equality Day was this Monday, and the Equal Rights Amendment still hasn’t passed? And pay discrimination is still legal? Huh, that's weird!
These Disney princesses know what’s up with the gender gap, and sing about it in this awesome video:
Watch out for gems like Ariel’s line, “It’s time to be paid for more than what’s in between our legs!” #tootrue
This ... Read More
Posted by: Tess Duncan
on Aug 20, 2013
Starting in November, Germany will become the first country in Europe to provide an “indeterminate” gender selection on birth certificates. This law gives parents a somewhat “laissez-faire” approach to their child’s gender identity. Most importantly, children born with both male and female characteristics will be able to choose their own gender later in life. By marking “blank” on the birth ... Read More
Posted by: Hallie Marks
on Aug 13, 2013
One of the biggest controversies recently surrounding the Tour de France has to do with Lance Armstrong and drug abuse by participants. But one major controversy surrounding the race is barely talked about: the lack of female participants. Actually, women aren’t even allowed to race in the Tour de France, so it’s less of an issue of participation and more of an issue of straight-up discrimination.
Some women, such as ... Read More
Posted by: Tess Duncan
on Jul 30, 2013
I’m sure you’ve heard every possible excuse and reason for why you might not have a job right now. It’s the economy, it’s all about connections, there’s just so much competition, blah blah blah. But if you’re a qualified lady applying for every job that you know you could do with your eyes closed, it’s likely nothing you can control. In fact, your resume may not even be read past the first line if your name indicates that ... Read More