India Amara is a tattoo artist based in Toronto. Most of her art focuses on dark florals, ornamental and sacred imagery. In this profile from Raina + Wilson, India talks about her approach to life and her work.
“My intention is creating something for someone to wear that empowers them and gives them a better sense of themselves.” ... [Read More]
In spite of the global attention to the issue, girls in Afghanistan continue to struggle as they pursue an education. In the new documentary What Tomorrow Brings, filmmaker Beth Murphy captures some of these challenges, ... [Read More]
“Child sexual abuse is a widespread problem. Every 109 seconds, an American is sexually assaulted. And every 8 minutes, that victim is a child.”
With statistics like these, it’s more important than ever to talk with kids about consent and empowerment. One dad, who goes by the moniker “Lunarbaboon,” has nailed it in his recent comic entitled Yours. ... [Read More]
Today, a group of 12 high school students from the DIY Girls Program in Pacoima, California are being recognized for their invention to combat homelessness in LA using solar powered collapsible tents for shelter. They are one of 15 InvenTeams across the nation to be awarded up to $10,000 in grant funding from the ... [Read More]
"Virgo. Avid skier. Gluten-full. And 100% jazzed to meet you." - Jillian Holtzmann, engineer extraordinaire
One of our favorite parts of Ghostbusters 2016 was Kate McKinnon and her wacky and entertainingly awesome portrayal of the very brilliant and bizarre Dr. Jillian Holtzmann. So you can imagine ... [Read More]
"Makeup can be so much more than meets the eye..." - Tal Peleg
Meet Tal Peleg, an insanely talented visual artist from Israel with a unique specialty… eye-art. Using her own eye as the canvas and makeup as the paint, she creates micro-illustrations that incorporate the shape of the eye to tell a detail-rich visual story. Finding ... [Read More]
"Girls... it seems that after you've helped to win the war, you'll still have another battle on your hands, legs, and things... the battle of the bulges."
Flashing back to this gem of a film clip from the 1940s, a charming time in the early days of body shaming when the promise of looking like a "sea nymph" was the pitch used to convince "girls" to do their "WOMANeuvers” on ... [Read More]
At a young age, Jojo Oldham noticed the differences between her body and other children's, but it wasn't until a woman told her “not to worry about being a bit plump,” and that the “weight would fall off as I got older,” that she started to worry about the way she looked.
Now at 31, Jojo, a designer from the UK, has reached ... [Read More]