On the surface, the March For Our Lives is about gun control. But beneath the politics lies a deeper issue that portends the possibility for a more radical revolution to our cultural standards. The radical revolution is self-worth.
What holds women back from gender parity is not the patriarchy, but other women. Instead of fighting the men, perhaps it’s time to take a page from their book.
Women won’t be playing on an equal playing field until the world stops looking at our appearance and outfits first. If I deliver results, then I’m dressed for success.
The Breakfast Club — yes, the movie — teaches the common mistake we make with fear.
Today is my birthday. And I’m “celebrating” in the same way I did last year: by staying offline. Here’s why.
I’m Jewish. So I understand the desire not to offend. But seriously? It’s a little much with the politically correctness.
After showings of my 3-bedroom Pre-War condo listing in Carnegie Hill this afternoon, I enough time to walk to my next appointment, at 68th and Fifth. Between President Obama’s visit to this area tonight and the Met Gala this evening, this typically quiet neighborhood was buzzing. As I took a leisurely stroll down Madison […]