14 Senators Back U.S. Women’s Hockey Team’s Fair Pay Boycott

The U.S. women’s national hockey team’s ongoing boycott of the upcoming women’s world championship gained new supporters on Monday, when 14 members of the U.S. Senate sent a letter to the sport’s American governing body demanding fair treatment for female players. The boycott began on March 15, when members of the team announced they would […]

Here’s What The Nation’s Women’s Marches Looked Like

In any given major U.S. city on Saturday, locals needed only look out their windows to see historic crowds marching in support of women’s equality. The Women’s March on Washington drew hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world to protest and activate peacefully. It spurred movements all over the country ― Seattle, […]

Sarah Deane: 5 Findings from Studying Women’s Confidence Levels

Recently we were honored to be a part of an EmpowHER event in association with The Glow Effect. At the start, the women in attendance took our Confid… Read more: Women, Women in Business, Women's Empowerment, Self-Help, Personal Development, Confidence, Women News Personal Development on Huffington Post

National Women’s Hockey League Player Comes Out As Transgender

Harrison Browne, a forward for the National Women’s Hockey League’s Buffalo Beauts, announced Friday that he is a transgender male in an interview with ESPN. The announcement makes Browne the first professional team athlete to openly identify as transgender. “I identify as a man,” Browne told ESPN. “My family is starting to come to grips […]

Senators Continue To Press For Equal Pay For U.S. Women’s Soccer Stars

Two U.S. Senators are again wading into the equal pay fight between the U.S. Women’s National Team and soccer’s American governing body, and this time they are seeking information on one of the more opaque and contentious aspects in the dispute. In a Wednesday letter addressed to Don Garber, the commissioner of Major League Soccer […]

Allyson Felix Makes History After Medaling In Women’s 400-Meter Dash

Allyson Felix clinched her seventh career Olympic medal on Monday evening after finishing second in the women’s 400-meter dash with a time of 49.51 seconds, an accomplishment that makes her the most decorated female track and field athlete in American history. Shaunae Miller of the Bahamas won the race with a time of 49.44 after […]