I’d like to write about 60 self-made women. My team and I have been debating the meaning of "self-made" since Forbes’ latest clickbait on the topic was released. In response to the outcry after … [Read more...] about Self-made women: Who gets to define you?
Management and Leadership
I can’t make you believe me when I tell you that the world needs evil men. And I’m certainly not going to assume that you’ll feel better about current events if you end up agreeing with my … [Read more...] about Necessary evils and why evil men matter
Last month, my amazing 12-year-old friend, Cait, earned a hard-fought spot on her middle school’s cheerleading squad in our city. She was so honored and inspired that, right away – several months … [Read more...] about Why don’t girls’ sports teams have cheerleaders?
I have a rather longstanding and loudly expressed disgust for all things supposedly pro-female-empowerment – that litany of research and advice aiming to teach us women how to appear. From the best … [Read more...] about Appearance isn’t everything. And sex shouldn’t be a “thing”
A friend’s girlfriend, Delilah, was called into her boss’s office yesterday for some great news. “I was ecstatic!” Delilah told my friend. “First, I got the small cost of living raise, as I expected. … [Read more...] about How are you ‘celebrating’ Equal Pay Day?
Just once, I'd like to hear a sales person say, “If I told you the truth, you wouldn’t buy my product or service” and then show me what parts of their marketing materials constitute B.S. They might … [Read more...] about The fine art of honesty