We Asked Our Working Moms Whether They Think Women Can Truly "Have It All"

"I think it's possible to have your own all."

What 'House Of Cards' Gets About Modern Love

A lot more than your average rom com.
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Why Isn't Raising a Family Considered Work?

More women work part-time for a period of their lives to raise a family, and anyone who says this doesn't count as "work" is incorrect.
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How the "Having It All" Talk Hurts Feminism

Of course all of this discussion really begs the question, have all of what? Furthermore, is it reasonable to set up a dichotomy to suggest men “have it all”?
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Only 42% Of Americans Want Kids — Career Comes First, Study Finds

A new survey finds more Americans are putting off having children or deciding not to have them altogether because they are prioritizing their professions.
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Was Rush Limbaugh Right When He Said Feminism "Ruined Women"? Partially

In a discussion on Camille Paglia's recent critique of American pop culture, Rush Limbaugh proposes that it is not Hollywood that has ruined women, but feminism.

A Lesson For Millennial Women: Don't Reinvent The Wheel (Unless You Want To)

Forbes reports on a new women-entrepreneur supporting conference from Claudia Chan and it looks like the overwhelming message from female internet activists is to listen to your elders.

Yahoo Marissa Mayer Reignites Having It All Debate

Yahoo's new CEO is due to give birth in October, but let's not pretend that this means anyone can "have it all."

Vogue Cover Model Perfection is Not Reality: Why Dressing to Impress Should Not be a Full-Time Job

As highlighted in a recent 'Wall Street Journal' piece, women, unlike men, are constantly encouraged to look perfect. But is this mindset healthy? Or even possible?

The New Definition of Feminism

What does a feminist look like in the age of having-it-all? A conversation across generations reveals that we may need to clarify today's woman-centered terms.

Anne-Marie Slaughter is Right: Women Still Cannot Have it All

The accomplished political science professor presents a grim case for women.

Anne-Marie Slaughter 'Why Women Still Can't Have it All': A Feminist Response

"Why Women Still Can't Have It All" might be the question that finally allows us to do just that.
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Individual Action Is Needed For Multilateralism To Succeed

Multilateralism has been predicted inevitable in the next 15 years, but the world's most powerful nations won't share their wealth.