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On Tuesday, Google unveiled a Doodle in honor of Chen Mao Ping, the renowned Chinese-born author known as Sanmao, on what would have been her…Read More Safety Tips for the Solo Female Traveler
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The look In Alaska and other areas of the circumpolar north, women have been working in the last decade to revitalize a tattooing tradition. Photographs…Read More An ‘Ancestral Memory’ Inscribed in Skin
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It should have been bigger. More momentous. When you are holding something in your hands that is the last of its kind, you feel as…Read More Saying Goodbye to Glamour
“I was a workaholic. I love to create things, grow them and solve problems,” said Meng Li, a successful app developer in San Francisco. “I…Read More There’s a Stress Gap Between Men and Women. Here’s Why It’s Important.
Susan Good was sitting with a group of women in her home in Palm Springs, Calif., when one of them began lamenting the difficulties of…Read More New Women’s Groups Focus on Generational Mix