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The documentary by PJ Raval centers around the 2014 murder trial of Jennifer Laude.
Update: Call Her Ganda will be among the 16 feature films to air on PBS for the 32nd season of POV, which is known to showcase work by contemporary filmmakers. The documentary sheds light on the murder trial of Jennifer Laude, a Filipino transgender ...
 
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"If they think your dreams are crazy, show them what crazy dreams can do."
Nike's women's month campaign for 2019, titled Dream Crazier, is all about reclaiming the word crazy. The inspiring ad, unveiled at the Oscars and narrated by famed tennis player Serena Williams, honors female athletes by showcasing a number of groundbreaking achievements made by ...
 
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Naturally, all the books are authored by women.
Xandra Ramos-Padilla is no stranger to female empowerment. When she isn’t busy with her job as managing director of National Book Store, one can catch Ramos engrossed in books written by female authors. Cap off women’s month this year with her round-up ...
 
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Celebrate Women's Month with empowering words from female superstars.
“A lot of people are afraid to say what they want. That’s why they don’t get what they want." —Madonna"I didn’t get there by wishing for it or hoping for it, but by working for it."—Estée LauderIn politics, if you want anything said, ...
 
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Mattel is also immortalizing Amelia Earhart, Chloe Kim, and Katharine Johnson as Barbie dolls.
In celebration of International Women's Day, Mattel will release a 17-piece Barbie collection fashioned after inspiring women. The series, aptly entitled Inspiring Women, is set to be released in two parts. For the first batch, they are zooming in on three women who have made history, ...
 
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They weren’t allowed to travel with their own names.
The battle for gender equality has experienced its highs and lows. From winning the right to suffrage to the continuous fight for equal pay, women have been steadily breaking the glass ceiling. In commemoration of International Women’s Day on March 8, we ...
 
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These local groups continue to make waves in the fight for women’s rights.
There are hundreds of different non-profit organizations in the Philippines, but there are only a dozen that cater specifically to women. These local groups continue to make waves in the fight for women’s rights.With heated debates and women’s issues dominating the political ...
 
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“Part of this fear is about the pressure to be a perfect parent; [we are] pretending we're all coping perfectly and loving every minute of it.”  
The public rarely gets to hear the voice of the Duchess of Cambridge, so when she recently gave a speech at the at the launch of the Out of the Blue film series with Best Beginnings, a U.K.-based charity that helps parents “give ...
 
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Meet the Filipino genius who proved Albert Einstein’s Theory of Relativity and helped expand humanity’s knowledge on Dark Energy, the force that accelerates the expansion of the universe.
Like many of us, Reina Reyes dreamt of becoming an astronaut when she was a child—she read pile upon pile of books, encyclopaedias, and magazines that made her feel like she was exploring the universe and its mysteries. “I devoured books; there ...
 
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What high-achieving women do to be in their best form.
The dream job is hardly a sweet dream. This much is apparent when successful women, already top-of-mind names in their fields, give advice. Every day is a process of getting to a goal, which can be as simple as keeping calm during ...
 
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The fashion industry embraces diversity by casting these gorgeous older women.
Jacquie Tajah Murdock, 86When she was 83, Tajah graced a Lanvin campaign which convinced many that 80 was the new 20. The former Apollo theater dancer had been casually strolling by Union Square when a young man stopped her to take her ...
 
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Our top picks for Women's Month feature literary females to root for.
While we still return to Tina Fey’s Bossypants every now and then, some recent releases are making a case for why the humor genre is underrated. An entertaining read is from Fey’s frequent collaborator, Amy Poehler, whose Yes, Please, is as shrewd ...
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