Behold Lisbon, awash in color and pulsing with passion. The central neighborhoods—no matter which you choose—are guaranteed to be charming, ornate, and several hundred years old, even with the “newer” ones built after the earthquake of 1755. Here’s your easy as pie guide if you find yourself in Portugal’s capital city, where the locals are friendly and unnaturally good-looking. [Read more…] about Weekend Trip Guide: Where to Stay, Eat, and Drink in Lisbon
As Donald Trump hones in on the Republican Party’s nomination for president, his daughter Ivanka Trump addressed her father’s campaign at the Forbes Women’s Summit in New York City—but left out his stance on abortion and gender equality. Instead, she played the dutiful daughter, casting herself not so much as her father’s advisor, but rather just as his child. [Read more…] about Ivanka Trump Says You Can’t Fault Her Father on Abortion Rights Because He’s “Real”
After a decade and a half of laying low, Monica Lewinsky has spent the last year vocally fighting cyberbullying. It’s earned her a lot of surprising admirers—including Caitlyn Jenner. [Read more…] about Monica Lewinsky Responds to That Caitlyn Jenner Comment
Monica Lewinsky, the first person to have her reputation destroyed by the Internet, spoke out against the web’s culture of humiliation and discussed how it feels to be cyber-bullied today in her first-ever public talk at the Forbes 30 Under 30 Summit. [Read more…] about Monica Lewinsky Discusses Managing Your Reputation in a Digital Age
In 2012, former State Department official Anne Marie Slaughter published an Atlantic cover story, “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All,” that ignited a firestorm of debate over whether mothers can have it all. Now, that conversation is shifting toward fatherhood: what it means, where it stands and where it’s headed. Some of the country’s foremost voices in the politics of parenthood noted at a panel for the Aspen Ideas Festival on Sunday that fathers, particularly by college-educated dads, are eager to take on a larger role but questioned whether policies and attitudes toward paternity leave may thwart that transition. [Read more…] about Signs that our culture is ready for change
Equipped with just a compass, a map, and a duffel bag, driving everything from Range Rovers to polaris scrambler 850 ATVS, 320 women from 25 countries gathered in the Moroccan Sahara for a navigational competition called the gazelles rally, or what many call the ride of their lives.