Famous Masterpiece Paintings Reimagined Starring Barbie

“Who better than Barbie, archetype of the ideal woman, to play all the roles?”

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9 Shocking Women’s Rights Milestones In Under One Minute

“If trends continue, women will finally be able to celebrate their independence – with equal pay – in 2050!”

9 Shocking Women’s Rights Milestones In Under One Minute

Just Be You Movement Is Inspiring Others To Accept Themselves As They Are

“Through acceptance, one can more readily navigate the world that will inevitably have bumps in the road.”

Just Be You Movement Is Inspiring Others To Accept Themselves As They Are

How to Bring The Shine Back To Your Dull Stainless Steel

Periodic cleaning with common household products will easily and inexpensively restore the sheen you crave.

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Fix-it Friday with Norma Vally

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#ThighReading: Latest Body Positive Hashtag Has Women Celebrating Their Perfectly Imperfect Thighs

July 29, 2015 by

Just as former aspiring ballerina turned competitive cyclist Christine D'Ercole discovered the incredible power of her once shame inducing "thunder thighs," countless women are taking to Twitter and showing off their perfectly imperfect thighs using the hashtag #ThighReading. It's the latest body positive ... [Read More]

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Thunder Thighs: Where My Strong Legs Have Carried Me, And How I Learned To Love Them

July 29, 2015 by

By Christine D’Ercole - When I was a little girl, I wanted to be a ballerina. After years of dancing I finally became aware that I was never cast in any piece that was costumed in a short tutu. This was because my thighs were twice the size of those of all the other little girls around me. In spite of trying to minimize myself by ... [Read More]

Bill Nye The Science Guy On Women In STEM And His Top Secret Code Breaking Mom

Bill Nye The Science Guy On Women In STEM And His Top Secret Code Breaking Mom

July 29, 2015 by

In this exclusive, one-minute scene from the soon-to-be documentary The Bill Nye Film, the famed and beloved Science Guy talks about his mom who was recruited by the U.S. Navy during WWII to work on the Enigma code as a top secret code breaker. In recounting her passion for and satisfaction with the ... [Read More]

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This 5th Grader’s Science Project About Stuffed Animals And Germs Was Published In A Medical Journal

July 28, 2015 by

When Gaby Zane was faced with her 5th grade science project assignment she tapped into what she knows best… stuffed animals and kids. As the daughter of two doctors, Gaby thought about what kids must go through when they are in the hospital. ... [Read More]

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What Would You Do If You Weren’t Afraid? This Woman Is Challenging Herself To 100 Days Without Fear

July 28, 2015 by

Michelle Poler is a 20-something young woman who has lived the greater part of her life in fear. And not just the big stuff that many of us would be fearful of, but small, everyday things that have held her back from enjoying her life to the fullest. ... [Read More]

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10 Things You May Not Know About Beatrix Potter

July 28, 2015 by

Writer, illustrator and conservationist Beatrix Potter was born on July 28, 1866. Growing up in an affluent family afforded Beatrix a privileged childhood spent cultivating a passion for art and nature. As a young girl, Beatrix enjoyed sketching animals and later invented stories that combined her love for both animals ... [Read More]

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Peace Corps Volunteer Works To Keep Girls In School, One Sanitary Pad At A Time

July 27, 2015 by

Last week, in a desperate attempt to stay in school, more than 1,200 girls petitioned the Ugandan parliament to draft a law compelling all schools to provide girls with sanitary pads. In their petition the girls said, “the agony they go through during menstruation periods opens them up to ridicule and bullying ... [Read More]

Introducing Kaila Mullady, The Female Beatbox World Champion

Introducing Kaila Mullady, The Female Beatbox World Champion

July 27, 2015 by

Kaila Mullady, a New York based performer, was recently crowned Female Beatbox World Champion. With her crazy cool skills, Kaila is making some noise in the predominately male scene. Beatbox involves producing drum beats, rhythm, and musical sounds using one's mouth, lips, tongue, and voice. ... [Read More]