If you’re on Instagram, you may have heard of Helen Van Winkle, the 87-year-old great, great grandmother who has amassed more than 1 million followers with her alter ego Baddie Winkle.
It all started when one day Helen’s great, great granddaughter Kennedy came home to find her grandmother wearing her ... [Read More]
Between Taylor's repeat trips to the winners' podium and Kanye's self-indulgent rant that ended in his announcement of a 2020 presidential bid, there were lots of acceptance speeches given by music's glitterati at last night's MTV VMAs (Video Music Awards). And the very best acceptance speeches came not during ... [Read More]
M. Jung, a WYSK reader based in Korea, reached out to us today to share this image of the September cover of Maxim Korea, telling us “Maxim is beautifying a heinous crime in this photo, and I am seriously concerned about its abusive notion towards women."
Well, we are too.
Actor Kim Byung-ok is the cover model for this “Bad Guy” ... [Read More]
Artistic cyclist Nicole Frýbortová first got the bug for bike tricks at just seven years old. Today, she is wowing judges, competitors and the rest of the world with her amazing skills.
Previously a competitor for the Czech Cycling Federation, Nicole now competes for Slovakia under the ... [Read More]
In 2011, Kaycie D. was working on her BFA at the Milwaukee Institute of Art. For her thesis she designed “Elements-Experiments in Character Design,” which centered on her creating a character and factoid for each element of the periodic table. In a word, they are... awesome! ... [Read More]
On the heels of Target's decision to do away with gender-based signage in a number of aisles across its stores, another big box retailer is doing just the opposite. Hobby Lobby, you know the national arts and crafts retail chain that, compliments of a June 2014 Supreme Court decision, gets to skirt the law and doesn't ... [Read More]
In a new series of portraits entitled Fort Ord: Beauty, artist Logan Norton photographed a diverse group of more than 100 women to explore modern concepts of femininity that reach "beyond stereotypical representations of women, to embrace a larger reality." ... [Read More]
In visual protest of the fact that only 2.6 percent of the streets in Paris, the capital of France, are named after notable women, French feminist group Osez le Féminisme pulled off a covert stunt that left almost all of the street signs on the Île de la Cité with new names yesterday morning. Overnight, they managed to ... [Read More]