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Female Led Relationships Are the Latest Craze. Here’s Why.

A beautiful brunette woman straddles a man in an aggressive manner.

  When it comes to gender roles, studies show that Americans are becoming far more accepting of non-traditional lifestyles. This is particularly true of Millennials, who are abandoning conventional customs in favor of more unique and unorthodox ways of living. As a result, we now live in a culture that is far more tolerant and […]

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Where to Buy Gender Neutral Children’s Clothing

A gender neutral children's sweater.

  Children learn from a very young age what is expected of them based on their gender. Their young, impressionable minds are highly receptive to the gender stereotypes that exist within advertisements, books, toys, television shows, video games, and apparel. That’s why Courtney Hartman of Seattle decided to launch her very own gender neutral clothing […]

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Children’s Gender Identity Hotline Sees Huge Spike in Calls

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  Childline is a British service run by the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. As of December 13th, 2016, that helpline hit an average of about 8 calls per day from children with concerns about their gender identity. Some 2,796 children had called during the 2015-2016 time period, some as young […]

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American Christians Believe They Face Significant Discrimination

As the last few years have illustrated quite clearly, there are a number of groups that face daily discrimination in America. Even when those groups make headway, such as the legalization of gay marriage throughout the country, new battles spring up in their place–like the “bathroom bills” that target transgender individuals or the wave of outspoken xenophobia that has […]

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Trans Men Put Women’s Experiences Into Perspective

Chaz Bono was born Chastity Bono and underwent female-to-male gender transition between 200 and 2010.

Many people have a difficult time understanding how gender inequality works. If you don’t experience this issue personally or through the experience of family or friend you may find it hard to understand. Men often disregard the experiences of women because they can’t see the problems happening, as do some privileged women. Trans men—women who […]

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Transgender Man Seeks Legal Action Against Barbershop

Kendall Oliver is transgender and is suing Rancho Cucamonga, CA barber Richard Hernandez for failing to provide service based on gender identity.

  A transgender man named Kendall Oliver, who uses the gender-neutral pronoun they, plans to sue a barbershop in Rancho Cucamonga, California for denying them service. Oliver had made an appointment there, but after arriving, was told that The Barbershop (the name of the establishment in question) did not cut women’s hair. Oliver, who is […]

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Ruby Rose on Gender Fluidity

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If you are a fan like most of us of Netflix’s popular original series Orange is the new Black, chances are you recognize the shows newest star Ruby Rose. Turns out just like her character Stella in season three; the real person behind the badass character is pretty badass herself. The beautiful tattooed actress and […]

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Sexism in Silicon Valley

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It’s no secret that there’s a lack of gender equality in the world of tech. At One Equal World we’ve written numerous times about sexism, misogyny, and the gender gap that is all too real in fields like science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). We’ve also written about courageous women in STEM like Valerie Aurora […]

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Bruce Jenner Interview Draws Huge Ratings

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Around 16.9 million people watched the Diane Sawyer interview with Bruce Jenner this past weekend. The 20/20 episode was the strongest showing in 15 years according to a recent press release from ABC. In the interview, the former Olympian announced he was transgender. The show was the highest-rated non-sports telecast on a Friday night since […]

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Controversial Michfest Coming to an End

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Michigan Womyn’s Festival, also known as Michfest, will be coming to an end after this summer, according to founder Lisa Vogel. The annual festival has been taking place for close to 40 years, and exists as an opportunity for women to come together in a safe environment to celebrate womanhood through music and discussion. Michfest […]

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