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Equal Pay Day Is Today: Here Are 5 Things You Probably Don’t Know About The Wage Gap

Most people know that the wage gap refers to the institutionalized practice of women being paid less than men for the same work, but how exactly does it manifest and perpetuate itself in our current economic structure? More »


Amy Adams On ‘American Hustle’: I Knew I Was Being Paid Less But Still Agreed To Do It

Unlike J-Law, who was unaware that the movie was paying her less than her male co-stars until the deal was sealed, Adams went into the project fully aware and made the express decision to leave it be. More »


Is Hillary Clinton Breaking The Glass Ceiling Or Being Pushed Off The Glass Cliff?

Even when Hillary wins, she loses. More »


New Ad Campaign Erases Women From Media To Prove Gender Inequality

Unveiled yesterday on International Women’s Day, this new video, called “Not There” by the No Ceilings Project, shows the ways in which women are still not fairly reflected in terms of leadership, media representation, and more. The video shows various recognizable ad campaigns, minus the visual presence of the famous women who were originally in… More »


Hillary Clinton Has Some Choice Words About Silicon Valley’s Glass Ceiling

Today in Lady News, Hillary Clinton talks about tech’s glass celiing, HBO is offering a fellowship for diverse writers, and there are two lesbians in the upcoming “Jem and the Holograms” movie. More »


On Jessica Williams, “Imposter Syndrome,” Leaning In & Why It’s Okay To Say “That’s Not For Me”

Over the last seven-and-a-half years, I’ve told The Frisky’s “origin story” more times than I can count, and almost always in the same way, whether I’m talking to our company’s new CEO, sitting in on an ad sales presentation or chit-chatting at a cocktail party. Since I’m the site’s founding editor-in-chief, that script usually includes… More »


Wall Street Power Woman Irene Dorner On “Sticky Feet” And Glass Ceilings

I am a single, 25-year-old woman who is still in graduate school. I can hardly see down the road to my next assignment deadline, or even what I’ll make for dinner.  Yet the ongoing discourse about women in the workforce has me thinking (and generally pretty terrified) about the future.

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Yahoo’s New CEO Marissa Mayer Is Seven Month’s Pregnant

Today in Ba-BOOM! news: Yahoo’s newly-appointed CEO Marissa Mayer, former VP of Google, is seven months pregnant. With a baby. Seven months pregnant with a baby and running a huge company. I know, right? … More »


Poll: Ladies, What Holds You Back In Your Career?

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Quotable: Elisabeth Moss Is Peggy Olson, Hear Her Roar

“A lot of older fans come up to me and say, ‘I was Peggy’ or ‘my mother was Peggy’. It makes you incredibly grateful for what they put up with. That kind of movement, that bravery, had obviously existed long before the ’60s. It’s hard to imagine how they did it, in a way. I… More »


Today’s Lady News: Former Goldman Sachs VP Sues Over Getting “Mommy Tracked”

This originally posted yesterday at 6:30 pm, but then there was some sort of snafu and a bunch of text deleted. Anyway, here’s yesterday’s Lady News, uh, today. — Editor Amelia

Charlotte Hanna, a former vice president at Goldman Sachs, is suing the company for setting her on a “mommy track,” which she says… More »


You Write Like A Girl!

Working in a very supportive nearly all-female office I find it extremely hard to believe that women can have a gender bias against themselves. But I guess if you’re one of the lucky women who have successfully surpassed the glass ceiling, it’s possible that once inside the velvet ropes you may have a conscious or… More »


TV Is Coming Out Like Clay Aiken

Network TV has got almost as many gay characters as Marc Jacobs’ Rolodex. Just last year, there were only seven homosexuals and bisexuals on the boob tube, but this year that number has more than doubled to 16. GLAAD is certainly happy to announce the awesome news and even single out an old foe. The… More »


First Female Nominated For Four Stars

There’s a new nominee for Four Star General and she kicks some serious butt! Lt. Gen. Ann E. Dunwoody worked her way up over a 33-year career in the Military to being in charge of supplies and rations and is already the top-ranking female in the US Military. But she didn’t stop there! Now, Ms. More »