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There are many organizations working to teach girls to code, allowing them to develop a super-empowering skill that helps level the playing field for women in STEM everywhere. One of these groups is IGNITE: Women Fueling Science & Technology, which is a project of the Global Fund for Women. In February, girls all over the world competed in the International Girls Hackathon, where “girl coders worked in teams to create a new website or application that could increase girls’ access to safe spaces in their communities...
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Happy Friday BUSTies! It’s officially the weekend, and we know you deserve a treat after a week of kicking ass. So, here are some of this week’s feminist new stories to catch up on while you unwind with a few cocktails or an entire pizza, whatever strikes your fancy ‘cause it’s the freakin’ weekend. Olivia’s first sentence was “No talk, just laugh” and since then, she’s made it her business to find the humorous side of life and share her absurd observations with others. She’s a...
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Will & Grace’s Karen Walker, played by the incredible Megan Mullally, is know for being rich, drunk, and pretty hot. Karen’s willing to take down anyone who gets in her way, but is also a loyal friend. Although her clever quips are more famous for their wit, she also dispensed some solid advice during her nine years on screen. If she ever did cease working for Grace (which, let’s be real, she never would), we think she would be a pretty great motivational speaker. Let...
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Gwyneth Paltrow is done with getting compared to other women in Hollywood who run successful companies. In an interview with TIME Magazine, Paltrow was asked if she looked at the lifestyle brands created by several other actresses. Her brilliant response? “I wonder if George Clooney would be asked about Puff Daddy’s ancillary liquor line.” She brings up a good point: Why does the media continue to pit women against each other if they are doing anything even slightly similar? And why don’t men get the same...
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We met Caitlyn Jenner less than a week ago, her landmark Vanity Fair cover debut capturing the attention of readers and the Internet hivemind alike. The impact was instantaneous, spawning dialogue, support and scrutiny across the country and well beyond. Amid the chatter, roommates Crystal Frasier and Jenn Dolari offered the world a shift in perspective, not to mention a much-needed reminder. Creating the hashtag #MyVanityFairCover with a matching tumblr, Dolari and Frasier began collecting trans women's self-made Vanity Fair “covers” showcasing the diversity of the trans community – something...
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