Wonder Women

Here’s to the women who’ve made history — and to the ones making it now! Check out these articles on fantastic females throughout the years, as well as ways women can keep growing and thriving today through their careers and relationships.

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Women's Suffrage: Fighting for the Right to Vote

Article / Updated 03-09-2022

Women's suffrage was a controversial subject as women's roles developed in society. By the time the twentieth century arrived, American feminists had been seeking the right to vote for more than 50 years. The suffrage movement was fanned even hotter in 18...

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Women and Codependency

Article / Updated 03-07-2022

Although men can and do fall victim to codependency, women comprise the majority of codependents. There are many reasons in many categories: biological, developmental, political, cultural, religion, and societal. Biological: While both women and me...

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Famous Women in Astronomy

Article / Updated 03-07-2022

When you're studying astronomy, don't forget the women who made an impact in the field. Check out this list of amazing achievements by women astronomers and astrophysicists: Historical: Caroline Herschel (1750–1848) Discovered eight comets. Annie J...

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First Ladies For Dummies Cheat Sheet

Cheat Sheet / Updated 03-07-2022

This cheat sheet focuses on 50 key dates in the history of first ladies of the United States. These events mark the unique and continuing evolution of the office of First Lady and the first ladies themselves.

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Facing Racism and Sexism: Black Women in America

Article / Updated 03-07-2022

From the mid-1960s to the early 1970s, black women were in a difficult position. Between the civil rights and feminist movements, where did they fit in? They had been the backbone of the civil rights movement, but their contributions were deemphasized as ...

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Women in the American Revolution

Article / Updated 03-07-2022

It is an inescapable fact that there were no “Founding Mothers,” at least not in the sense the term "Founding Fathers” is used to describe the male leaders of the American Revolution. No women served in Congress, signed the Declaration of Independen...

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Personal Branding for Women: Highlighting Strengths

Article / Updated 03-07-2022

Women want to be given the same opportunities to succeed as men, but often they want to succeed in a different way. The generalization goes that women (more than men) tend to embrace the desire to want to live more authentically, and that translates into ...

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What Does the New Millennial Working Mom Look Like?

Article / Updated 03-07-2022

Millennial moms are a big part of the workforce. How wonderful is it that the world now is less June Cleaver and more Lorelai Gilmore? Working mothers have had to chart an unknown and obstacle-ridden path for decades, and now Millennials are clearing thei...

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