Right Now in Stuff Mom Never Told You

E&B look at the disturbing data around baby powder, Black women, and cancer.

What's Wrong with School Dress Codes?

Do school dress codes actually make students more effective? E&B break down the research.

The Women of the Labor Movement

Women are poised to make up the majority of union members by 2020. This Labor Day, E&B look back at the history of women in the US labor movement as well as women’s significance in labor’s future.

Negotiation No-No's

Negotiating a salary or promotion can be nerve-wracking. Here are all the mistakes we’ve made, so you don’t have to.

The Untold History of Women's Equality Day

Women's Equality is one of those bittersweet holidays. It marks the incredible effort that led to US women gaining the right to vote, while reminding us of another critical constitutional amendment that would have established true equality - but failed.

Intersectional Feminism 101

The term 'intersectionality' is pretty popular these days. Emilie & Bridget unpack the origin of this term, why it's so important, and how we all can bring a more intersectional lens to our feminism.

What are HBCUs and why do they matter?

Historically black colleges and universities serve an important purpose in creating equal opportunity - and the majority of students on HBCU campuses identify as women. E&B unpack why this matters - especially for women of color.

Lisa Simpson: Springfield's Favorite Feminist

Lisa Simpson is the smart, musically talented, mathematically-inclined, anti-capitalist, vegetarian, feminist hero we need - today and every day.

Men Going Their Own Way

MGTOW is the curious philosophy behind a growing online community of men committed to 'protecting their own sovereignty above all else.' Their main tactic? Completely withdrawing from a 'feminized' society they feel left them behind.

Coming out at work

Should you come out as LGBTQ at work? It's not as simple as you might think.

Unpacking 'The Handmaid's Tale'

Margaret Atwood's best-selling dystopian novel has new life as a Hulu special that's hitting close to home. Bridget and Emilie unpack why this cinematic thriller feels like it's hitting so close to home.

The Misnomer of 'Manterruptions'

The politics of interrupting are more complicated than most headlines suggest. Emilie shares an unpopular opinion, but Bridget's not necessarily convinced.

Mental Health in Black Communities

In Black communities especially, struggling with mental health issues is still taboo. And that’s a problem.

Work Fails

We all make mistakes - it's what makes us human! But what happens when you mess up at work?

V is for Veganism

Nearly half of vegetarians are men, but veganism is an overwhelmingly women-dominated lifestyle. E&B unpack the pros and cons of a plant-based life.

Oh, Miley

Miley Cyrus dropped hip hop like it’s hot, saying she no longer identifies with the genre. But this stylistic choice is far from simple, and indicative of a larger, troubling trend.

Women and ADHD

We think of ADHD as a disorder impacting boys - and that’s a problem. Bridget and Emilie unpack why.

B*tches Who Bike

In E&B's first live show, they chat with Atlanta Bicycle Coalition's Executive Director, Rebecca Serna, about women bicyclists takin' it to the streets!

Nipple Nonsense

Did you know it was once considered scandalous for men to go topless? But they fought for and won that right nearly a century ago, while women's nipples still create an uproar. Bridget and Emilie explore why.

The Magnificent History of Women & Whiskey

Despite its uber-masculine connotation, it's women who are behind the renaissance of this delightful drink, and women who were instrumental to its American origin story.