Why women are so mean to each other?

A new study from University of Arizona management professor Allison Gabriel reveals that so-called “Queen Bee Syndrome”— the phenomenon of powerful women being disliked— is very real, and that women are often meaner to each other than men are to women. The study was based off three surveys, each involving several

Five things you should stop asking Muslim girls

There are many misconceptions surrounding women in Islam fostered by traditional media and manufactured stereotypes. Muslim women do not always get the opportunity to speak up about these fallacies. In reality, is nearly unfathomable to generalise the women of a religion of 1.7 billion people. These generalisations lead to statements

Somalia is now the 4th most dangerous country in the world for women

Somalia has been ranked the fourth most dangerous country for women in a Thomson Reuters Foundation survey poll of global experts. India, Afghanistan and Syria ranked first, second and third respectively in the survey which involved more than 550 experts on women’s issues. Saudi Arabia became fifth. Somalia, mired in conflict since 1991, was

Saudi women can now drive – but not all of them

Women in Saudi Arabia will be legally allowed to drive a car from Saturday, 24 June 2018, but the women activists who spearheaded the campaign to end the driving ban remain behind bars. Until now, Saudi Arabia was the only country in the world where it was illegal for women to

Six jobs that pay women more than men

Men are from Mars, women are from Venus – right? One of the most controversial and most asked questions is regarding the differences between men and women. The differences in our genders cross biology and affect almost every interaction in our daily lives. It can be difficult to measure exactly