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You know a lot of planning goes into a wedding, but what if you're gay? Most wedding magazines and books don't reflect your needs as a couple, but Melissa talked with Equally Wed author Kirsten Ott Palladino about her website and book dedicated to the...

Think sports talk is only a man's game? Then think again.  Nicole Monique is the founder of "That's What She Said Sports," which breaks the mold by having her as the host and her show is growing not only in the U.S. but also in...

Think reciting poetry in front of a crowd is easy? Then talk to poet MLuv, who says even though poetry saved her life she still gets nervous standing in front of an audience to speak her truth.  She joined Melissa to share some of her...

[caption id="attachment_441" align="aligncenter" width="300"] courtesy of NBC[/caption] Many women from all walks of life are sharing their #MeToo stories online in the wake of sexual harassment allegations against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein.  Even the most powerful women have stories from their youth, and NBC's "Meet the...

[caption id="attachment_436" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Emma Young, courtesy of Huffington post UK[/caption] When you're diagnosed with a disease, it can be the loneliest experience in the world.  Realizing, however, that you are not alone is key to getting back to participating in the life you have...

There may now be some debate about what THE toy for Christmas will be this year, because LEGO has announced they are releasing the Women of NASA LEGO set November 1st! It includes the astronauts Sally Ride and Mae Jemison, the astronomer Nancy Grace Roman, and the computer...

It's not a new article, but still an important one.  Several reporters interviewed international women of distinction and captured their views on being a woman in their professional realms.  The list of these prominent figures include Nobel Prize winner Leyman Gbowee, filmmaker Ava DuVernay, and...

[caption id="attachment_459" align="aligncenter" width="300"] courtesy of TodayTix[/caption] Nicole Silverberg is a TV writer and provided The Guardian with this list of ways men can treat women better: Talk to your friend who is “kind of a creep” at work. Don’t talk over women. If you are...