2016 is going to be the year of Wonder Woman. She’s featured (as played by Gal Gadot) in the highly anticipated motion picture, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, due out in March. A film-related Wonder Woman Barbie Doll will also be released around the same time. What's more, in February ... [Read More]
Rowan Blanchard, the 13-year-old star of the Disney Channel series Girl Meets World, who counts "well-grounded, brave and strong girls" among her 267,000 Twitter followers, is no stranger to using her voice to speak out on important issues. She recently posted an essay on her tumblr page in response to a question she was ... [Read More]
Director Catherine Hardwicke (Twilight), Oscar nominee and Grammy Award winning songwriter Diane Warren, and six-time Grammy winner Lady Gaga have teamed up to release 'Til It Happens To You, a campus sexual assault public service announcement tied to the ... [Read More]
What do Louisa May Alcott, the Brontë sisters, and Emily Dickinson have in common with Nancy Drew? They're now spunky, young detectives thanks to author of historical fiction, Michaela MacColl. Intertwining fact with fiction, she’s reimagined each of these literary greats as teen crime solvers ... [Read More]
Makeup artist and YouTuber Jordan Hanz is using her skill to make a profound statement about breaking stereotypes and self-love in her new stop-motion video Unattainable Woman.
In the video, Jordan paints negative words, expressions and slurs across her body that are often used to describe, label ... [Read More]
[UPDATE: “Party City Makes Official Statement, Then Changes Story On Facebook… And Still Fails To Contact Lin Kramer”… full details here]
On the hunt for a Halloween costume for her daughter, Party City was the first retail site Lin Kramer visited. Out of genuine concern over what she found - both a general lack ... [Read More]
Forty-two years ago today, on September 20, 1973, women’s tennis champion Billie Jean King (age 29 then) defeated self-proclaimed male chauvinist Bobby "No-Broad-Can-Beat-Me" Riggs in the "Battle Of The Sexes” tennis match. More than 50 million Americans tuned in to watch, making it the most viewed U.S. tennis match of all time. ... [Read More]
Elle Armageddon didn’t intend her flowchart “Should You Explain The Thing To The Lady,” to cause an online debate about mansplaining, but that’s exactly what happened when she posted it.
After a man felt the need to give her an unsolicited lesson plan in ascending and descending street numbers, ... [Read More]