March 31, 2021

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Austin woman creates TikTok calling out men who think moving to Austin is huge

Earlier this month, Kerri Moutos created a TikTok to blast men who believe the

Earlier this month, Kerri Moutos created a TikTok to blast men who believe the “biggest risk” or most “spontaneous thing” they’ve done was move to Austin. She took screenshots of men and their names (didn’t show their face), proving many put that on their Hinge dating profile.

TikTok: Kerri Moutos

Moving to Austin isn’t a big flex, sorry.

Earlier this month, Kerri Moutos created a TikTok to blast men who believe the “biggest risk” or most “spontaneous thing” they’ve done was move to Austin. She took screenshots of men and their

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Miss Manners: Pity the poor biker man beset by ‘brazen’ women

This woman came up to me and said hi. I said hi back, and then she proceeded to ask me if I could take off my helmet — she said she wanted to see how old I was because the helmet always throws her off. I thought, “You have some nerve!”

I wonder what you would think, Miss Manners, if I walked up to your car window and knocked and said, “Hi, could you roll down your window so I can see if you’re pretty or young enough for me?” I bet that would go very well.

This isn’t the

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Heart disease in women: Symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment

Heart disease may cause pain in the chest, neck, jaw, or back. However, heart disease in females can cause different symptoms. Females are more likely to experience “atypical” symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, tiredness, or no symptoms at all.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report that heart disease is the leading cause of death for females in the United States. However, only 56% are aware of the risk.

This article looks at the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of heart disease in females. It also looks at disparities in treatment between males and females, and how to lower

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Women empowerment quotes – best female empowerment quotes

empowering female quotes

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Searching for a bit of feminist inspiration to help you feel strong and ready to take on the world? Here, we’ve rounded up some of the best words of female empowerment from some seriously iconic women, spanning Virginia Woolf, the Duchess of Sussex and Dolly Parton.

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Hillary Clinton

“Women’s rights are human rights.”

Hillary Clinton, from her 1995 speech at the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing

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Malala Yousafzai

“If one man can destroy everything, why can’t one girl change it?”

Malala Yousafzai, from ‘I Am Malala: The Story

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How do you not know? // The Observer

Editor’s note: This story includes descriptions of sexual abuse. A list of sexual assault reporting options and on-campus resources can be found on the Notre DameSaint Mary’s and Holy Cross websites.

In the aftermath of the kidnapping and murder of Sarah Everard in the U.K., I had several conversations with friends regarding sexual assault and predatory behavior. Conversations with girlfriends usually consisted of sentiments of solidarity and relatability, while most conversations with guy friends usually ended with them appalled or completely bewildered at what they’ve heard. Thankfully, I haven’t had many conversations with men who dismiss or

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Venus Williams’ Moving Letter About Closing The Gender Pay Gap

Throughout my childhood, playing tennis with my sister Serena in our hometown of Compton, California, I always dreamed of winning tournaments like Wimbledon. Then, when I finally got there, I was struck by the inequality. When I won Wimbledon for the first time in 2000, the men’s singles champion received £477,500 while the women’s singles champion earned £430,000. From then on, I felt compelled to campaign for equality for women.

The battle for equal pay in tennis started from the outset in 1968, when the sport was made ‘open’ or fully professional. It’s the reason why, five years

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Atlanta killings are about race, gender and class — not just one narrative

Here is what Christine Liwag Dixon, a Filipino American writer and musician, thought about after she heard that clip. She thought about how she was once offered money for a “happy-ending massage,” even though she is not a massage therapist and never has been. She thought about all the men who have told her they’re “into Asian women” and expected her to take it as a compliment. She thought about the time she went outside to call an Uber while her husband paid a restaurant bill and a group of men cornered her, one of them chanting “Me love

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Millennial Money: Bust gender bias and balance work at home

No matter how modern opposite-sex couples can be in their views on equality, old habits die hard. The COVID-19 pandemic has made this abundantly clear to parents who already struggled to find balance.

According to the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, mothers and fathers both left the workforce earlier in the pandemic in April 2020, but nearly all fathers eventually returned to work, while many mothers stayed home . And a paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research found that recessions typically lead to a gender wage gap growth of 2 percentage points, but a recession caused by a

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Column: The Problem With Women In Whiskey

It’s Women’s History Month, so we’re all to suddenly remember that women not only like whiskey but also make it. You’ve seen the listicles. Hell, I’ve made a couple of them. Whiskey women. Women in whiskey. First woman to {fill in the blank}. Top women in distilling. Best female distilleries. And my favorite- top whiskeys for women.

This is not going to be one of those lists.

Women in distillery leadership roles are not the oddity or novelty the headlines and book titles would have you believe. Women are in distilleries across the country and around the world. We’re not

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