The United States and the Inexplicable Gender Gap

By Leading Women of Tomorrow's Shea Formanes The United States, which once led the world in improving gender inequality, has now slipped lower than ever before; the problem is that these systemic gaps between men and women have either remained static, or worse, gotten wider.  Unsurprisingly, this year is no different. For reference, the World … Continue reading The United States and the Inexplicable Gender Gap

Under the Microscope: Women's Health and the Patriarchy

By Europe and Me's Francesca Monticelli The current mode of healthcare is patriarchal. Often a one-size-fits-all approach is adopted, but as one-size is based on men automatically women are at a disadvantage. Despite there being evidence to support this case there is a lack of focus on re-transforming the system. From a public health perspective … Continue reading Under the Microscope: Women's Health and the Patriarchy

My Celebratory Journey From “I’m not like other girls” to an Unapologetic Feminist

By Yasmin Norvill Among the people in my life, it is no secret that I am a feminist. A glance at my social media or a few deep conservations at a party about the world will soon reveal the determination I hold for spreading the message of equal rights among the genders. Recently when speaking … Continue reading My Celebratory Journey From “I’m not like other girls” to an Unapologetic Feminist

Female Rage: Feminists in the sheets, apathy in the streets

By Europe & Me‘s Nicoletta Enria and Friederike Sandow Nicoletta and Friederike are back with another rage: this time they write about male complacency and entitlement — physically and psychologically. Manspreading and silencing womxn in public spaces is tiring, outdated, and we are sick of it. Nicoletta When I think of male complacency, I think of … Continue reading Female Rage: Feminists in the sheets, apathy in the streets