Bradley Beauford, 49, a senior sales executive for a software development company in Athens, GA, recently realized that one of his account managers must have been reading Lean In.
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory recently refused to meet with a group of mostly female protestors who were demonstrating outside the governor’s mansion against a new law restricting abortion access across the state. However, he did take a few moments to cross the street and present the protestors with a plate of chocolate chip cookies.
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Employees of a Pittsburgh-area advertising agency have reported an increase in incidents of sexual harassment immediately following the completion of company-wide sexual harassment training.
Texas Senator Wendy Davis’s 11-hour filibuster in an attempt to prevent the passage of a draconian anti-abortion bill ended in a dramatic show-down late Tuesday night. Thanks in part to the noise level from crowds of angry female protestors who had gathered in the Senate chamber to protest the measure, state legislators claim they were unable to hold a vote on the law before the special session expired at midnight, and therefore the measure failed to pass.
President Obama made an early morning phone call to Texas governor Richard Perry today to discuss the political separation of the largest of the contiguous Sates from the Union.
A woman in her early thirties who lives with her husband in Nashville, TN, middle-school librarian Miriam Walters is used to friends, family, coworkers and occasionally even total strangers asking her when she and her husband of four years are going to start having unprotected sex in an effort to conceive a child.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker recently signed a bill into law that requires women who apply for a driver’s license to undergo an arguably invasive medical procedure as part of their standard road-test. Although the Governor’s support of the measure, which he helped sponsor, has been met with angry protests, Walker recently told a crowd at a press conference outside his headquarters in Madison that this new legislation “is going to make sure that female drivers take their road tests seriously.”
The close-knit town of Alton, Ohio is reeling after a woman walked into a public library and opened fire with her vagina, killing 4 people and wounding eight others. One of the victims was the local librarian, Edna Winters, a well-known and beloved figure in the community. Witnesses state that Ms. Winters, although armed herself, was unable to reach her own vagina in time to prevent the tragedy.