Archives: Women

Menopause: How It Affects Women, Families, Careers and More

Some 35 to 40 million women are in, going into or just getting out of menopause, and menopause will affect everyone of them differently. On this hour of “All Sides,” we’re talking about menopause and how it affects women all over the world.

The Blue Men Do Talk/Heart Disease in Women

Blue Men, and lots of them, are coming to Columbus! And although the Blue Men are supposed to be silent, they’re talking to us… A necessity in a radio interview… On this hour of “All Sides,” we’ll talk about the show, their performance and their national tour. Then, how can we prevent or reverse heart disease in women?

Opportunities for Women in Developing Countries

Between 60 million and 100 million females have gone missing in the world, mostly in developing countries. A Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and author of a book about the oppression of women will discuss the struggle for gender equality.

Women Engineers in WWII and Today

Today on “All Sides,” we’ll hear about the 900 young women recruited as Cadette engineers at Curtiss-Wright airplane plants around the country. The author of a new book about aviation history has a personal stake in the story. Hear from her and two of the actual WWII Cadettes, and learn the current status of women engineers in the United States.

Opportunities for Women in Developing Countries

Between 60 million and 100 million females have gone missing in the world, mostly in developing countries. A Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and author of a book about the oppression of women will discuss the struggle for gender equality.

Women as Victims of War and as Brokers of Peace

Although women’s rights happened ages ago in developed countries, developing countries still struggle with equality. During times of war, women are the brokers for peace, but still become victims of war. On this hour of All Sides, we’ll be talking about the plight of women in war torn areas of the world.

Women Engineers in WWII and Today

Today on “All Sides,” we’ll hear about the 900 young women recruited as Cadette engineers at Curtiss-Wright airplane plants around the country. The author of a new book about aviation history has a personal stake in the story. Hear from her and two of the actual WWII Cadettes, and learn the current status of women engineers in the United States.

Women as Victims of War and as Brokers of Peace

Although women’s rights happened ages ago in developed countries, developing countries still struggle with equality. During times of war, women are the brokers for peace, but still become victims of war. On this hour of All Sides, we’ll be talking about the plight of women in war torn areas of the world.

Philandering Politicians/ Issues Facing Boomer Women

Stories of political philandering are making headlines throughout the nation, from former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to former presidential candidate John Edwards. We’ll talk about how these stories change our perceptions of politicians and more.

Women on Fire

Women overcoming seemingly insurmountable obstacles to become stronger people