These women are no strangers to the stage.
They are not having it.
Men have almost exclusively monopolized the role of the world’s decision-makers; here are some oft-overlooked women who have molded the course of history.
Democrat Doug Jones pulled a surprise win for the Alabama U.S. Senate seat against Trump-endorsed, neo-Nazi-endorsed Republican candidate Roy Moore, who’s been accused of sexual misconduct and said America was last “great” when slavery was legal. The same Roy Moore who stated in 2011 that getting rid of constitutional amendments after the 10th Amendment would ‘eliminate many problems’ in … Continued
Reviled former Google employee’s anti-women memo renews controversy about the differences between men and women’s brains.
Harvard thinks a female 23-year-old Ph.D. candidate may be the next Einstein.
Donald Trump managed on his own to keep allegations of sexual misconduct by what are now 11 separate women front and center in the final weeks of the election. At a rally over the weekend he defiantly vowed to come after his accusers if elected. “All of these liars will be sued once the election is … Continued
HBO’s Game of Thrones returns for Season 6 on April 24. Gritty, violent, at times gory and always uncompromising in its choice of subject matter––in short, very much adult––the show is one of the network’s top-rated programs. But the show has received criticism from even its most die-hard fans for its worsening portrayals of violence … Continued
“For me, there are only two kinds of women: goddesses and doormats,” said the 61-year-old Pablo Picasso to his 21-year-old mistress in 1943. Despite the age difference, Françoise Gilot, a talented artist in her own right, went on to become the mother of two of Picasso’s three illegitimate children and spent ten years with the … Continued