Another Academy Awards has come and gone. Depending on who you talk to, the show was either entertaining in spite of the fact that it ran over by more than half an hour, or dull and long. But one of the highlights of the evening was the red carpet coverage.
Thanks to the #AskHerMore campaign, there was a noticeable difference in the celebrity interviews this year. For those who aren’t familiar with the hashtag, the movement’s purpose is to encourage reporters to expand their limited arsenal of questions for actresses to include something beyond,”who are you wearing?”. Which, if you take it literally or as it’s intended, is a ridiculous question to ask a large group of highly successful and talented women. Read the rest of this entry
Ladies, we’ve broken through a glass ceiling this week.
No, we haven’t closed the wage gap, but what we have achieved seemed far less attainable than equal pay.
According to a recently published study, adult female gamers have unseated boys under the age of 18 as the largest video game-playing demographic in the U.S.
I know, I didn’t know that we were vying for that title either, but we’ve done it.
In the world of advertising, attention grabbing is the name of the game, even if it isn’t always for the best reasons.
This week Nine West stepped over the line when they released their “husband hunting” ad campaign. If that’s not enough for you, it’s paired with the “first day of kindergarten” ad.
Yes, those two occasions for which you need shoes — getting a husband, and after you’ve gotten a husband.