Continuing our Women Thought Leaders series, Bonnie Erbe interviews former panelist, Leslie Sanchez. To The Contrary talks to her about the Hispanic Vote, what the Democratic party and GOP needs to do to get their vote next election, and how marketing shapes our lives.Watch Video
Why one study says the "success sequence" for young people includes marriage. The president's attack on a cable news host drew widespread condemnation. Alexis Jones on how to make young athletes part of the solution when it comes to sexual assault.Watch Video
Democratic Senators sent a letter to Education Secretary Betsy DeVos saying they're "extremely disappointed" by recent guidance to curtail civil rights investigations. Critics are concerned about sexual assault cases on campus and what they see as a lack of Title IX enforcement under the Trump administration.Watch Video
When it comes to crowdfunding, women take the cake. That's according to a new report from PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP and The Crowdfunding Center, which found that women across the world are consistently more successful than men in reaching their funding targets. On a global scale, women are 32% more successful than their male counterparts, according to the study, which analyzed more than 450,000 seed crowdfunding campaigns across the globe. Women in Asia typically achieve twice as much success as men there.
R Kelly: Woman Supports Parents' Claims Of 'Abusive Cult' Where Women Are 'Completely Brainwashed'
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Another woman claiming to be from R Kelly's inner circle has spoken out about allegations that he keeps young women in a "cult" where he controls every aspect of their lives. Earlier this week a shocking Buzzfeed report quoted several sets of parents who claimed that their daughters were living in property rented by the R&B singer.
A beer marketed specifically at women is facing a major backlash online with social media users branding it "sexist" and "stupid". The beer, brewed in the Czech Republic, comes in a pretty pink bottle and has been marketed as the "first beer for her" by creator and founder of Aurosa, Martina Smirova. She said the beer was a "representation of a woman's strength and a girl’s tenderness".
Gary Lineker's Agent Says BBC Pay Gap May Be Caused By Women Using Female Agents Who Are 'Not As Tough'
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Gary Lineker's agent has defended BBC's gender salary gap by suggesting some women may have got worse deals because they prefer to use female agents who are "not as tough". The broadcaster has revealed it paid the Match Of The Day presenter between £1.75 and £1.8 million between April 2016 and April 2017, making him the second highest paid star behind Chris Evans.
On To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe, We continue our series featuring Women Thought Leaders. This week we profile Leslie Sanchez a republican strategist, former George W. Bush White House Staff member, and longtime To The Contrary Panelist.
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This week on To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe: Bonnie interviews Jill Filipovic, a popular blogger and well known women’s rights advocate.
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