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9 Non-Threatening Leadership Strategies for Women

In this fast-paced business world, female leaders need to make sure they’re not perceived as pushy, aggressive or competent. One way to do that is to alter your leadership style to account for the (sometimes) fragile male ego.

Should men accept powerful women and not feel threatened by them? Yes. Is that asking too much? IS IT? Sorry I didn’t mean to get aggressive there. Anyhoo, here are 9 non-threatening leadership strategies for women.

Carly’s Characters: Ellie the Elekid

(this is satire, if you couldn’t tell.)

Ellie is a female, pansexual SJW Elekid who hates all male pokemon and all Fire-Types and is all for the feminist movement, as well as the #IceTypesMatter movement.

“GO KILL YOURSELF, YOU CIS FIRE-TYPE SCUM!!!1!1″ - Ellie

“THE ‘EVIL’ TEAMS VIEWS ARE VIEWS OF PEACE YOU RACIST SCUMBAGS” - Ellie

“Why can’t there be more Ice-Type females in battle culture? Fuck you Infernapes.” - Ellie

She is also Sylveonkin, she feels as if she is a Sylveon born in an Elekid’s body. She wears a bow in between the ‘prongs’ on her head.

“DON’T MISSPECIES ME!!!1! IMMA SYLVEON! MY PRONOUNS ARE SIL, SILS AND SILERS!!!1!”

Despite all this, she’s Howard’s frenemy and is constantly bickering with him.

:^)

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Unknown to many, when a bishop reaches the other side, in the game of chess, it is transformed into the ‘mega-bishop’ which has the ability to move in any direction (straight or curved path) as many spaces as possible.

This rule is commonly ignored or abandoned since its overpowered to the point of rendering the game boring,

This is very real, I played a chess once and I almost won

Thank

qz.com
Hillary Clinton’s husband wore a fetching pantsuit to honor her nomination for US president
He may lack current first lady Michelle Obama’s upper arm strength, but he makes up for it with a nice head of hair.
By Jenni Avins

Tuesday night (July 26), Bill Clinton, the husband of presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, took the stage at the Democratic National Convention to honor his wife’s historic achievement. Bill’s stately-but-approachable appearance and middle-of-the-road fashion choices make him a terrific candidate for the supporting role of first spouse of the United States. (He was also the 42nd president of the United States.)

He may lack current first lady Michelle Obama’s upper arm strength, but he makes up for it with a nice head of hair.

I love that this is a thing. Good job, everybody.