“So we should blindly support her simply because she’s a woman? Without taking into account whether she’s talented or intelligent or interesting? Isn’t that kind of insulting to Taylor? Because even though she happens to be all those things, you’re asking me to base my entire judgement of her as a person and a performer solely on her gender — and let me tell you right now, that’s not feminism.” From: Being A Feminist Doesn’t Mean You Can’t Make Fun Of Other Women. Click here to read more.

“So we should blindly support her simply because she’s a woman? Without taking into account whether she’s talented or intelligent or interesting? Isn’t that kind of insulting to Taylor? Because even though she happens to be all those things, you’re asking me to base my entire judgement of her as a person and a performer solely on her gender — and let me tell you right now, that’s not feminism.” From: Being A Feminist Doesn’t Mean You Can’t Make Fun Of Other Women. Click here to read more.

G(irls) 20 Summit Initiative

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Empower women. Empower yourself.

Crushable has teamed up with the Belinda Stronach Foundation for the G(irls) 20 Summit for the second year in a row.

The G(irls)20 Summit want you to be the change in the world. The official site, girlsandwomen.com are accepting applicants between the ages of 18-20 to be this year’s delegate. Be a part of the summit and apply here.

The selected delegates will participate in panel discussions and attend workshops on media relations, social media, and business planning. You will also identify and discuss solutions to work toward economic prosperity.

It is an experience of a lifetime, and be the change you want the world to see!

Learn more about the summit, click here. Follow the summit on twitter @girls20summit and join the Facebook page.

Application deadline is midnight on April 15, 2011.

10 Reasons Why Smart Men Date Dumb Women

Why do smart men like to date dumb women, you ask? No guy will ever admit that they’re dating a dumb woman, but lucky us! One of our writers, Jennifer, made a few phone calls to her male friends to ask that exact question. Click on the link for a blurb about what each one had to say:

Truth be told- these men have opinions!

  1. The Hedge Funder who prioritizes
  2. The Tech Founder who wants to impress his friends
  3. Our former Intern Michael Woodsmall
  4. The trader who is secure in his masculinity
  5. The photographer who wants to seem smart
  6. The journalist who wants girls to be pretty
  7. John Carney, who really wanted to be credited by name for this(That’s him in the picture!)
  8. The lawyer who loves like a house on fire
  9. The marketing exec who thinks you know a better class of men
  10. Matt Langer who really dislikes this study