- #Shamefreesex with Jaclyn Friedman was a bare-all Tweetchat that uncovered the taboos and shame women experience with sex. She spoke about her new book, which will "change your sex life forever."
- #nxtgenfem Tweetchat with Stephenie Foster about our responsibility to pass the women's torch onto future generations
- Domestic Violence Awareness Month, dedicated to recognizing the signs of domestic violence and how to offer help and support to friends, family, or other loved ones who may need it.
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Guest Blogging with Fem2pt0How long should the piece be? We generally post pieces that are between 500 and 800 words, rarely more than 1000. How do you categorize posts? Fem2pt0 divides our posts up into several categories: Advertising, Arts and Entertainment, Economics & Finance, Families and Caregiving, Fem2 Events, Global Issues, Health, Lifestyle and Relationships, Politics and Public Policy, Pop Culture, Reproductive Rights and Abortion, Security and Defense, Sports, Violence Against Women, & Work and Careers. What are Professional Fridays? Every Friday, Fem2pt0 hosts a column dedicated solely to women’s professional development. During the week, our community poses questions using the hashtag #Fem2JobQ, and we post responses from experts across the country. We also post personal stories about professional development, so if you think our community can learn something about an experience of yours, send us your story! What do you write about? Our bloggers write about everything! Given the active and engaged nature of our community, we tend to post articles that fall under 3 "types"
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