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Business

Bradley Cooper Emerges as Unlikely Gender Pay Gap Hero

The gender pay gap has been a hot topic in all sectors of the business world recently. Politicians like President Obama and Hillary Clinton will […]

Business

Study: 94 Percent of Philly’s Top Companies Have a Male CEO

Philadelphia is facing a serious crisis regarding gender equality in the workplace, according to a new study. In fact, women held only 13 percent of […]

Business

Meet the Only Philly Company on Fortune’s 100 Best Workplaces for Women

Fortune magazine released its 100 Best Workplaces for Women rankings — and just one Philadelphia company made the list: Brownstein Group. The Center City-based advertising, branding […]

Business

Three-Quarters of PA Minimum-Wage Workers Are Women

Pennsylvania has one of the highest rates of women earning the minimum wage. In fact, nearly three-quarters of minimum-wage workers in the state are women, […]

Business

5 Wharton Grads Make Forbes’ Most Powerful Women List

Philadelphians likely forget that some of the most powerful and influential business people in the world are educated in our backyard. In fact, five graduates from […]

Business

Lynne Abraham Challenges Women to Seek CEO Roles

Lynne Abraham‘s mayoral campaign may have faltered, but her message to women is clear: Go for it. In her concession speech, Abraham said more women […]

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What I Learned at The Women in the World Summit

Yeonmi Park was 13 when she and her mother escaped North Korea, but their battles were far from over: Once they reached China, her mother was […]

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Medicating Women’s Feelings? What Else Is New?

According to a piece in the New York Times that ran on Sunday, “at least one in four women in America now takes a psychiatric […]

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Anna Aagenes Leaving Brian Sims’s Office to Work For You Can Play

After a little over two years as State Representative Brian Sims’s deputy chief of staff, Anna Aagenes is moving on to a new gig that […]

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Pa. Ranks 39th in Female Legislators

PennLive reports that with just 45 female members in the 253-member General Assembly, Pennsylvania ranks 39th in the nation for its percentage of female legislators.

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Corbett: Women Want Liquor Law Reform So They Can Speed Up Dinner Prep

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BO0CHCIBkG4 Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett would no doubt like to shore up his female support before the election. One way he could do it: Pointing […]

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HEADS UP: The Happy Healthy Lesbian Online Conference Starts Next Week

Your 2014 resolution to become the best lesbian you can be just became a little more attainable. Next week the Happy Healthy Lesbian Telesummit kicks […]

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We Want Our Lesbian Super PAC and We Want it Now

Lesbian Super PAC – LPAC – makes its first endorsement of the election season, backing Rep. Tammy Baldwin in Wisconsin’s upcoming Senate race. Wisconsin, of course, is Paul Ryan’s home state – the man selected to be Mitt Romney’s vice president – if elected.

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Sally Ride: More Than a Women’s Pioneer

Sally Ride wasn’t just an icon for women, but also for the gay community.

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The 5 Misconceptions About Lesbians

The Real L Word’s Somer Bingham tells us the top five misconceptions about lesbians on her Showtime blog.