It’s not always easy reflecting on one’s own behaviour. We like to think we’re good guys, but the #MeToo movement’s rise – and women increasingly sharing their stories of bad experiences following the recent death of Sarah Everard – have put men under the microscope. Many men have taken on board practical advice about not walking too closely behind a woman walking on her own or stepping in if it looks like somebody is bothering her – some claiming this never occurred to them before – but as admirable as these epiphanies are, making women feel safe and respected goes
Despite the frequent interchangeability of phrases like “women-owned” and “female-founded,” the two terms aren’t always related — a female-founded brand might not be owned by a woman anymore and a presently-women-owned business might not have been founded by a woman. During social-minded instances like International Women’s Day, understanding what each label denotes could mean the difference between supporting a brand that’s actually run by women, or one that happens to have women working within it, for example Proactiv was founded by two female dermatologists is now owned by Nestlé.
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LUMBERTON — Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States for both women and men.
Learning to recognize symptoms early is of great importance, but it may be challenging for women because their symptoms are different than those in men.
The classical presentation of a heart attack is central chest discomfort lasting a few minutes intermittently. Patients of both genders usually describe crushing, squeezing pain or fullness sensation. However, for women, chest pain may not be as intense or it may not be the most bothersome symptom. Frequently, women complain of pain down the arms, jaw,
Capitol insurrectionists called Nancy Pelosi’s name in a sing-song way that should make women’s skin crawl
If you cannot stomach reading an entire column about three syllables, you should stop here.
Oh, Naaaaaaancy is a very specific scene from a horror movie. Oh, Nancy is what the protagonist hears when she is hiding in a parking garage, or in a stairwell, or crouched under her desk, or pressed flat on the ground in a damp cornfield. Her terror is played out for entertainment, whether that means a narrow escape or a bloody death.
Oh, Naaaaaaancy is said in a singsongy voice. It is the same voice that a child would use to say, Come out, come