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How Smartphone Technology Could Save Women’s Rights Under a Trump Presidency

There’s been a lot of controversy surrounding President-elect Donald Trump, as we all know. He boasted about sexually assaulting women but claimed it was locker-room talk, described women in derogatory ways and even supported the idea that women should be punished for having an abortion. Millions of women were psychologically, intellectually and emotionally assaulted by Trump’s words and actions, and now it’s about to get physical.

There’s been a lot of controversy surrounding President-elect Donald Trump, as we all know. He boasted about sexually assaulting women but claimed it was locker-room talk, described women in derogatory ways and even supported the idea that ...

So Much For Draining The Swamp

President-­elect Trump’s latest Cabinet pick is a longtime member of the U.S. Senate, and one of the Republican party’s most loyal Trump supporter during the presidential election. Despite a rallying cry to “drain the swamp” of politicians and government insiders, Senator Jeff Sessions (R­AL) is four ­term senator who chairs the Subcommittee on Immigration and the National Interest, and was on Trump’s shortlist for vice presidential picks.

President-­elect Trump’s latest Cabinet pick is a longtime member of the U.S. Senate, and one of the Republican party’s most loyal Trump supporter during the presidential election. Despite a rallying cry to “drain the swamp” of politicians ...

The Wage Gap Still Exists And No It’s Not Down To Education Levels Or Discrepancies i

Feminism may be seen as to favor women unfairly across every domain and always trying to portray a negative perception as how women are treated in our society but we can be biased but data surely doesn’t lie.

Feminism may be seen as to favor women unfairly across every domain and always trying to portray a negative perception as how women are treated in our society but we can be biased but data surely doesn’t ...

Celebrity Feminism: More Than a Gateway

 

In 2014, pop star Beyoncé stood dramatically before a brightly lit “FEMINIST” sign on the stage of MTV’s Video Music Awards. Emma Watson espoused the virtues of feminism for both women and men at the United Nations, and Jennifer Lawrence argued for equal pay in Hollywood.

 

In 2014, pop star Beyoncé stood dramatically before a brightly lit “FEMINIST” sign on the stage of MTV’s Video Music Awards. Emma Watson espoused the virtues of feminism for both women and men at the ...

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