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IN People ON 17 Mar, 2016
When reality television star and fashion blogger Lauren Conrad was asked what her favorite 'position' was that too on a live radio program a while back, the women online held their breath. Although all ladies take pride in what they do and are pursuing, but most of us could relate to being belittled at work. When Conrad replied "CEO," it was hard not to hold our hand and high five the laptop.
Especially when they sexually embarrass.
Like the time, Lauren Conrad was on a radio program and was asked...
Yes right. And it was so important to ask a question like that out aloud.
It was not a question she was expecting and clearly not what she wanted to answer.
With a little hesitation, she came up with a brilliant answer.
Damn straight. Yes. Her favorite position is CEO.
Oh yes, for all those who have mistaken the word "position", don't make a light of yourself. We have much more in store for you. And let's get back to Lauren. She had a bang on response to an uncomfortable question and since then a series of 23 women sparked over the web sharing their "favorite position".
No, not the one from the Golden Girls. This girl is the founder and a CEO of Pretty Padded Room, which provides online therapy to women on their own time and space.
This hard hat wearing Civil engineer at STV Inc. combined her experiences as a Latina, a feminist, and an engineer to advocate. She inspires girls considering careers and speak on transnational feminism.
The Voice Editor at Fusion and the founder of Jezebel. Oh, and she also works as a writer for The New York Times, InStyle and The New Yorker Online in her spare time.
As a president of NARAL, she struggled for years against infertility before she finally got pregnant, which made her passion more strong.
Co-founder and Director of Organizational Development of Trans Women of Collector Collective of Greater New York, she said,"I've always identified as gender non-conforming. Luckily, I've always been accepted by my family and friends, but that's not the case for everyone."
Being a freelance photographer and photojournalist, she travels the entire country for her photography project that shows anti-choice abortion protestors.
As the founder and CEO of McPherson Strategies, she focusses on an interchange between brands and social good, providing storytelling and visibility to corporations.
As a freelance writer, her work which places a feminist lens on a variety of topics including motherhood, maternal health, gender and reproductive rights. She has been featured in Bitch magazine, Cosmopolitan, RedBook, CNN and more.
Before being a journalist, she spent a decade as a feminist policy analyst on Capitol Hill.
As a producer of Up with Steve Kornacki on MSNBC, her interests include campaigns and elections, state legislatures and the economy.
She is an Advertisement Coordinator in the fashion industry.
Senior women's editor at Huffington Post, she loves brunch and emojis. Apart from that, she is a graduate of McGill University in Montreal.
As a director of ACCESS, she currently lives in Morocco, where she is the country manager at the non-profit organization.
A media relations specialist at Planned Parenthood Federation Of America and Planned Parenthood Action Fund, she has a Master's degree in Gender, Development, and Globalization from the London School of Economic. She wears fake glasses when she writes. A girl of her thoughts.
Director of operations at Women Moving Millions, she is associated with women's rights polling and their development.
A political Analyst and freelance writer living in New York, she was one of the five journalists called in to travel on Air Force One with President Obama on his trip to Selma.
A board member of Turning Point, she focuses on raising her voice for women through her work and writings.
As a manager, social media and community at MSNBC, she was also recently named to Forbes Magazine's 30 under 30 in Media.
Soraya, who has written for Huffington Post and TIME, is a media critic who works for issues related to freedom of speech, media and popular culture.
Production Manager in International Digital Operations at NOOK Media/BN.com, she is also the creator of the People of Color and Mental Illness Photo Project.
Being an evolutionary biologist at the American Museum of Natural History, she is currently using data from developmental genetics to explore mechanisms behind the evolution of morphology in the fossil record.
Host and Producer at HuffPost Live, she grew up in London, pursued her qualification from Oxford and even covered William and Kate's wedding live in person covering for the local newspaper "The Mail on Sunday."
Program Director at the American Museum of Natural History, contributed recently to the newly released book "Go Against The Flow" which tells stories about new women entrepreneurs. Now for all those who were looking forward to something else. You'll probably be interested in this.
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