What if you're trying to celebrate women but end up making them really mad? That's the case with a Bic ad in South Africa that told women to "Look like a girl. Act like a lady. Think like a man. Work like a boss."
In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings, countless theories were espoused. Among them, a missing college student names Sunil Tripathi was behind the bombing. Well, he wasn't. But that wasn't proven until after his name was dragged through the mud — first on social media and later by mainstream reporters.
If you think women aren't playing important roles in math, science and engineering, just hop on Twitter and see more than 17,000 of them proving you wrong. But female scientists say there's still much more to be done to encourage women to get into those fields.
Guatemala doesn’t have a recent history of mass public demonstration, but that’s changing thanks to the rise of new, more connected generation, and a massive corruption scandal that has rocked the government.
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