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For 48 hours starting at 12 am EST October 30th, Sirius XM Radio will be broadcasting a special channel devoted to delivering the key speeches and panels from the 2010 The Women's Conference. Tune in on SIRIUS 102/XM 155.   Speakers and panelists include the Honorable Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Honorable Sandra Day O'Connor, Oprah Winfrey, Jerry Brown, Meg Whitman, Diane Sawyer, Nicholas Kristof, Jessica Simpson, Eve Ensler, Howard Schultz, Phil Knight, Matt ... Read More
No wonder Nicholas D. Kristof is a Man We Love. As a New York Times Op-ed columnist and, along with wife Sheryl WuDunn, author of Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide, he prioritizes writing about extraordinary women and sheds much-needed light on their notable causes. His recent article in the Times, "D.I.Y. Foreign-Aid Revolution", is an eye-opening account of women who have taken it upon themselves to aid women and girls in ... Read More

90 Is The New 25!

BY skye in Feminizzle

Zelda Kaplan renews our faith in the ability to be cool in New York City far after our 30th birthdays.  She proclaims that "so many young people are so afraid of becoming old. I would like them to know that from someone who is ninety-four years young, it is fun to be old."  With such an effervescent presence in the world and a passport that has been stamped to death, Zelda is very much alive! She captivates humanity with her dramatic ensembles ... Read More
This phrase was originally used to describe unfairness regarding minority education, but it could easily be used to explain the current climate of women in politics. Blame Sarah Palin, but it seems that women who want attention for their campaign are becoming more like parodies of America than actual leaders. There is a leap before you look, celebratory ignorance being championed by Christine O’Donnell and Sarah Palin that seems indicative of America ... Read More
  As a predominantly male-based sport, skateboarding can be difficult for girls and women to really get into. Seattle-based organization Skate Like A Girl (SLAG) has been creating equal opportunities for skateboarding ladies since 2000 and has now expanded down the West Coast with chapters in Portland and San Francisco. Organizing committees and hosting various skating events are huge parts of SLAG’s endeavors to provide girls and women with a ... Read More
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