3:00 pm, June 19th | by Grace Rasmus
Women will now be able to serve in the most physically challenging combat positions in the U.S. military, including the Navy SEALs, the Army Rangers, and the Marine Infantry
10:30 am, February 7th | by Sarah Devlin
We normally think of Abraham Lincoln as a bastion of progressiveness (however reluctant) and medicine as a field rife with hot male and female doctors hooking up (maybe that last thing is just my problem after spending nearly a decade with the nutjobs on Grey’s Anatomy), but we’re going to have to adjust our perceptions after reading this Atlantic piece on the female Union army doctor who was never given her proper due.
3:21 pm, December 6th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Most of the time, we’re raising questions about the more abstract barriers women face on their way to the top. In most industries, should a woman work hard enough and take on enough problems, she can, at least theoretically, go all the way. Except in one huge industry…the military. Why? Because the laws are insanely outdated.