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- ThinkProgress interviews the founders of Negative Underwear, a new lingerie brand that aims to make bras that women actually enjoy wearing.
- The Wall Street Journal talks to four designers who are creating “wearable, clean-lined clothes that make a unique design statement.”
- The Guardian has an opinion piece about the Internet-popular phrase “strong is the new skinny” and how it sounds a lot more positive and empowering for women than it really is.
- The Harvard Business Review reports on a study that looked at how people who wear luxury designer logos (including job candidates) are viewed more positively.
- Buzzfeed shares the experiences of two of their staff writers who lament the difficulty of shopping online for plus-size clothing that actually fits.
- Racked gives the news that Piperlime is closing on April 30 — meanwhile, you can take advantage of their big sale.
- The Wall Street Journal tells you about the #100SareePact that’s encouraging South Asian women to wear saris two days a week for a year (and not just for special occasions).
- NPR reports on some employers who have done away with salary negotiation altogether in the face of the wage gap.
- The Washington Post looks into ways law schools are trying to combat declining enrollment and stay relevant.
- The Harvard Business Review explains the complicated issues surrounding voice profiling being used to evaluate job candidates, and Slate looks at the double standards regarding the speech and voices of men and women.
- New York magazine talks about how it can be tough to maintain friendships in your 30s. (Do you agree?) And for those of you who haven’t read it, here’s a good NYT piece from a couple of years ago about the difficulty of making friends in your 30s.
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- We talked about accounts for kids and saving for college.
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