What would you do if they took your family?

Written by Christina I’lene Zainab Al-Khawaja is making the choice.[1] She is the daughter of Abdulhadi Al-Khawaja, the former president of the Bahrain Center for Human Rights.  Last week, in the middle of the night, masked armed forces burst into her home. Her husband, Mohammed Al-Masqatik, and father were dragged and thrown down the stairs,

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Highlight on Elizabeth Garay

It was such a pleasure to work with Elizabeth. She is not only extremely talented and driven but also professional and reliable. She did such an amazing job and it is a pleasure to have her on our team here at WET Magazine. She has all the qualities needed to be a successful entrepreneur and

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Hatting with “La China Loca”

I will admit that next to bags and shoes, hats are one of my favorite accessories.  In fact, one of my favorite hats is a pony hair leopard print I purchased when I was in high school at Patricia Fields in NYC’s West Village.  The deliciously furry beast sat on my wall above the closet,

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Protecting Yourself After an Abusive Relationship

Our intimate relationships are often the most important. Solid, fulfilling and loving relationships not only provide us with joy and happiness, they also support our careers, inspire us to achieve our goals and provide us with deeper self-awareness. Healthy relationships contain characteristics of friendship, honesty, trust, loyalty and mutual respect, the converse of which is

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A Different View on Sports

A Different View on Sports For the most part, as a female executive, it is not likely that you are currently involved in playing a sport. The closest you may come to this is perhaps, transporting your child to and from an extracurricular sporting activity in-between your already hectic schedule.  In fact other than maybe

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The Paradox of Political Power

Paradox: A true statement that leads to a situation that defies intuition. Strides for female political equality have been both creeping and leaping. In 1887, Susanna Salter became the first woman mayor in the country. Sandra Day O’Connor became the first woman Supreme Court Justice in 1981. In 2008, Hilary Clinton became the first woman

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5 Legal Tips Every Woman Should Know

1. Entering Into a Basic Contract A contract is a legal document that requires you to comply with its terms. It’s important to carefully read the entire contract (yes, even the fine print that requires a magnifying lens) before you sign on the dotted line. If you want to make changes a contract, draw a

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Incorporating accessories may be an essential element to any attire. Keep in mind, over-accessorizing may break or make your outfit. Simplicity is key when putting together an outlandish ensemble. Fashion Legend, Coco Channel stated, “It’s the unseen, unforgettable, ultimate accessory of fashion that heralds your arrival and prolongs your departure.” Scarves are an accessory many

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