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  • Matiria Baker
    Published 2 months ago
    Women Rule the world

    Women Rule the world

    As the world keeps spinning and one or two cars buzz by, what is the best way to remember the amazing women who make other women? Well I have a quote that I made up. Would you like to hear it? Of course you do, well it goes like this, "Beauty is just a mask you hide behind but the true beauty is you're creative and you're imagination and how you bring it to the world". The wonderful woman who inspires me to be a creative and out of the box is my favorite actress Meryl Streep. She inspired me to be an actress myself and I'm very passionate about it and I know I have what it takes to be one.
  • Charlotte Kratchmer
    Published 2 months ago
    I Feel Safer Working With Men

    I Feel Safer Working With Men

    I have been in the workplace for over forty years, I have been sexually harassed and discriminated against more times than I care to remember. Who hasn’t right? The only thing new here is that my perpetrators were other females. I know right. We don't typically hear this. In the workplace, it's usually accusations from a female against a male counterpart. I am here now to say that sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace is a two-way street, equal oppportunity offence. Over the years I have felt harassed and discriminated against many times, and yes I was harassed because I was female. My harassment came from the hands of other women. I have been victim to bullying, conspiring, gossiping, isolation, control, betrayal, withheld opportunities, right down to termination.
  • EDB
    Published 3 months ago
    👋🏾Let’s Talk Women!!

    👋🏾Let’s Talk Women!!

    We live in a day when women are struggling. They are fighting, tooth and nail, to prove something, to this world, and to themselves. We are living in a world, where the woman of old are looked down upon, considered as weak, second rate, hiding in the shadows of men.
  • Anon
    Published 4 months ago
    I Do This For The Women

    I Do This For The Women

    I never had a BIG WHY.
  • Rich Monetti
    Published 5 months ago
    Yorktown Grad Readies herself for 2020 Miss New York USA Pageant

    Yorktown Grad Readies herself for 2020 Miss New York USA Pageant

    Amanta Krasniqi always felt compelled to compete in a beauty pageant but lacked the nerve to actually give it a go. Her time finally arriving, the Yorktown native has signed up for the 2020 Miss New York USA Pageant and has drawn courage from a women she has long adored. “Her body wasn’t skinny. She had curves. That’s how you're supposed to have confidence in yourself, said Krasniqi of Marilyn Monroe, and therein lies what really drives her to represent New York for the town of Yorktown.
  • David Wyld
    Published 6 months ago
    3 Top Tips for Women Entering the Workforce

    3 Top Tips for Women Entering the Workforce

    The challenge of entering the corporate world presents unique challenges for women. Here are three areas of concern for females going into the world of work - whether in their 20's or 50's - and expert advice on how to not just survive, but thrive in today's environment.
  • Sarah Kaminski
    Published 7 months ago
    A Woman in a Man’s World - How to Deal With All the Pressure

    A Woman in a Man’s World - How to Deal With All the Pressure

    This is a man’s world, sang James Brown more than half a decade ago.
  • Michelle Brittany
    Published 7 months ago
    The Restaurant Diaries

    The Restaurant Diaries

    Let’s pick up a few shifts, as a side hustle while in school, I thought to myself. After all, working as a bartender or server in a high end restaurant in a big city can yield some nice cash. If you’re a student or at the beginning of a career with many expenses and zero third party support, making some extra bucks to alleviate the struggle is appealing. However, it comes at a price.
  • Kari Oakley
    Published 7 months ago
    Careers and Industries with the Biggest Growth in Female Representation

    Careers and Industries with the Biggest Growth in Female Representation

    Despite the various challenges that women still face in the workplace, many industries have seen significant growth in the number of female employees over the past 40 years. Although sexual harassment, lack of mentoring and stereotypes based on gender roles continue to be a problem, more women are joining industries that have been historically dominated by men. The STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) sector in particular, are seeing more and more women join the ranks. Here are some of the largest fields.
  • A. Lello
    Published 8 months ago
    A Note:

    A Note:

    Well I’ve finally done it folks. I’ve finally went off and started an official site of my own dedicated to the women I’ve penned about here on Vocal. This is actually kind of a scary thought to me, if I must be frank. Why? Well, the internet is a vast machine of barking bloggers, it’s a saturated platform, and it’s very easy to get lost in the sauce. Still the key is time and patience (of which, I have none, but I do have persistence and determination in spades, so there’s that…)
  • Osei Agyemang
    Published 8 months ago
    You've Got to Admire Her!

    You've Got to Admire Her!

    For many years, for some reason, women were not recognized as "driving" the society in terms of their careers. Fortunately, the narrative has changed for the best for women like Roberta Annan. Women were not as extroverted as they are today for various reasons. They are now in very good positions throughout the world, although some have had a difficult time before they reached their heights.The fact is, it has never been as easy as a pie for Annan, as she exceeded the depth of philanthropy with a bigger position as a leader. Her hard work has not been in vain.
  • Jenna Lynn
    Published 8 months ago
    The Side of the Modeling Industry No One Talks About

    The Side of the Modeling Industry No One Talks About

    I started modeling when I was 18, just a few months after I had given birth to my first child. I was married then, and my husband at the time was in the Army. I wanted to build a life more than just being a stay at home mom. That title didn't seem fulfilling enough for me.