Let’s unpack why “pick-me girls” become who they are and why it’s patriarchy’s fault
In Filipino and other Asian households, the panganay labor swells almost tenfold for the eldest daughter, and she is often tasked with keeping the entire household intact—even when we didn’t know what we were giving up at the time
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How ‘Barbie’ allowed us to break from the ‘not like other girls’ mindset and unashamedly love pink and ultra-femininity again
Despite being marketed Barbie dolls, we were all told to denounce anything feminine out of fear of being deemed too girly—when we were girls. Greta Gerwig’s “Barbie” shifts this mindset.
The real turn off? Immature men who disparage women
The lack of climate justice is hurting us this much. Here's how we can fight for accountability.
Opening up about self-victim shaming and denial over being abused as kids
This year’s One Billion Rising theme being “Rise For Freedom” sure is extra timely
The lover-boys-are-cute propaganda doesn’t work on us anymore
A major initiative like Forest Interactive's #ItEndsNow campaign can have enormous results when proactive action is prioritized
Maggie Wilson’s business partner Tim Connor doesn’t plan on raising kids in the PH due to misogyny, which is fair, I guess
Though we do have to point out this isn’t exclusive or innate to the Philippines
The instinct to protect an employee and to uphold humane company values is what we want to see from leaders