Last November, to resounding WYSK reader cheers, we introduced you to Scott Park, the talented illustrator behind Hall of Heroes, a colorful print he jam packed with 80 of the most kickass, fictional women from television series and movies, past and present. Well, he’s back with Hall of Heroes - Vol 2, his visual ode to 63 more ... [Read More]
Today, Always gave a powerful boost to its 2014 #LikeAGirl campaign, which aimed to change the meaning of “like a girl” from an insult to a compliment, with the release of this new "Unstoppable" spot. It speaks to gender bias and the consequential limitations girls feel when society boxes them into expected roles. ... [Read More]
Chocoholics rejoice... today - July 7th - is Chocolate Day, an awesomely indulgent holiday that requires no further explanation.
Not that any of the chocolate lovers we know need an excuse to rendezvous with a decadent square, bar, truffle or ganache, but for those who do need a guilty conscience pass here are 5 really good reasons to eat dark chocolate today and every day. ... [Read More]
Often we know which companies are not supportive of women’s issues (Hobby Lobby), but how do we find out about the ones who are? Well, there’s now an app for that, and it’s called the BUY UP Index.
Founded by entrepreneurs and activists Amy Willard-Cross and Andrea Rudert, the BUY ... [Read More]
"Three months ago, I began posting images of myself without makeup on social media. The following film contains real comments that were left on images of my face."
Em Ford is a London-based, twenty-something ex-model turned professional filmmaker. In 2014, as a way to build her confidence and help others build theirs, ... [Read More]
Last week Mattel announced new Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice products that will be introduced at Comic-Con San Diego later this week.
Debuting in the lineup is a new Barbie doll based on actress Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman. The doll stands 12" tall, features a sword, shield, tiara, bulletproof bracelets, and her signature lasso of truth. ... [Read More]
Mary Katherine Goddard (1738-1816) was a trailblazing newspaper publisher, as well as the first female postmaster in colonial America. But what makes this independent and courageous woman truly extraordinary is that in 1777 she printed the very first copy of the Declaration of Independence ... [Read More]
Sigga Ella, an Icelandic photographer and the Baldvin association, also based in Iceland, have created a powerful and stunning series of portraits to spread awareness about Alopecia, an Autoimmune disorder that results in hair loss.
Seven women with the disorder volunteered to participate in the series to push against the gender stereotypes that exist about how women should look. ... [Read More]