COMPLAINT: Wall Street Recruiters had Boozy Naked Romps

New York Post by Kevin Dugan December 8, 2014 | 3:32am Wall Street’s “boys club” extends to one of its top recruiting firms, an explosive complaint alleges. CTPartners is a den of discrimination where women are stripped of profitable accounts, held to a higher standard than their male colleagues and subjected to lewd behavior, including a…

PIMP MEDIA & FEMINISTS: Progressives Are In Bed With Hugh Hefner Making Deals to Pimp You!

EDITORIAL: The sexual revolution could not have happened WITHOUT liberal feminists and radical feminism. Once again, we have baby boomers, females this time, who say they have fought for ALL women’s rights yet we have seen little advancement in the areas that matter to the majority of females in our country. They represent a small…

Baby Boomers Screwed Their Kids — And Created Millennial Impatience

Saturday, Jan 4, 2014 09:45 AM EST Ambitious but easily distracted, Gen Y wants to be good but can’t stick to anything. It’s their parents’ fault! Salon by Simon Sinek Lena Dunham and Laurie Simmons in “Tiny Furniture” (Credit: Submarine Entertainment) Excerpted from “Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don’t” [Poem…

MEAN GIRLS: The Midterms Were Only Bad for Women If You Have a Very Narrow View of Women

EDITORIAL: It’s always nice when a woman stands up to say that abortion is NOT the ONLY or even the #1, 2nd or 3rd most important women’s issue today. And, regardless of which political party you’re attached to, women SHOULD celebrate other women’s victories. There were some significant milestones set this 2014 election but instead…

USA Today’s Susan Page: Obama Administration Most ‘Dangerous’ to Media in History

Washington Post by Erik Wemple October 27 at 4:55 PM President Obama addresses reporters during a news conference. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters) At some point, a compendium of condemnations against the Obama administration’s record of media transparency (actually, opacity) must be assembled. Notable quotations in this vein come from former New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson,…

NO PLACE TO GO: Sex-Trafficking Investigators and the Victims They Find Face Gaps in Services, Funding

BY MORGAN ZALOT, Daily News Staff Writer zalotm@phillynews.com, 215-854-5928 Philly – Posted: August 05, 2014 AS PERVASIVE a problem as sex trafficking is in the Philadelphia region, experts in the field say that gaps in services for victims and local funding make handling the tough cases even more challenging. Assistant U.S. Attorney Michelle Morgan, who…