The Fascinating Story Of Rosalind Franklin, The Unsung Hero Of DNA

The Fascinating Story Of Rosalind Franklin, The Unsung Hero Of DNA

July 18, 2016 by

The discovery of the structure of DNA was one of the most important scientific achievements in human history. The now-famous double helix is almost synonymous with Watson and Crick, two of the scientists who won the Nobel prize for figuring it out. But there’s another name you may not know: Rosalind Franklin. ... [Read More]


These Amazing Paper Art Masterpieces By Yulia Brodskaya Will Blow Your Mind

July 18, 2016 by

Before becoming a highly regarded paper artist, Yulia Brodskaya was a graphic artist and illustrator working on her computer. In 2006, she abandoned the computer and brought together her love of paper with her experience as a graphic designer to create incredible, vibrant, ... [Read More]


10 Lesser Known Reasons Why Ginger Rogers Was A Badass

July 16, 2016 by

As cartoonist Bob Thaves' famous quote about Fred Astaire goes, "Sure he was great, but don't forget Ginger Rogers did everything he did backwards...and in high heels!" So today, on what would have been the stage and screen legend’s 105th birthday, we’re celebrating 10 lesser known reasons why this "multi-talented wonder woman" was a badass. ... [Read More]


Meet The Badass Athletes Of The Women’s Football Alliance

July 15, 2016 by

In 2013 Lauren Silberman became the first woman in history to try out for the NFL. While she didn’t make the team, the attempt was a significant and inspiring statement to women and girls who dream about playing a sport that has been almost exclusively for men. But the dream doesn’t have to be limited to the NFL, today women are ... [Read More]

We Just Can’t Get Enough Of This Schoolhouse Rock Sufferin’ ‘Til Suffrage Video

Sufferin’ ‘Til Suffrage: 40 Years Later, Still One Of The Grooviest Women’s History Lessons

July 13, 2016 by

This Wednesday is taking us Way Back to our childhoods. If you were a kid in the '70s or '80s you probably learned about conjunctions, the Constitution, and even how a bill becomes a law from the animated educational TV series Schoolhouse Rock. But one of our favorite episodes was Sufferin' 'Til Suffrage, which ... [Read More]

If Famous Movie Romances were Feminist

If Famous Movie Romances Were Feminist

July 13, 2016 by

“Women grow up watching movies that are all about ‘finding the one’ and falling in LOVE! But when you look back at a lot of the movie romances we obsessed over, some of them don’t really make a lot of sense. Would Meg Ryan really fall in love with the guy who ruined her business? Would Bella really have fallen so deep with Edward? What if these movie romances were a bit more…feminist?” So sex education ... [Read More]


Meet Ms. Muscle… April Atkins, The World’s Strongest Seventh Grader (In 1954)

July 13, 2016 by

In the mid-1950s on California's famed Muscle Beach, there was one individual who "routinely blew minds" by performing "utterly improbable feats of strength." Her name was April Atkins, and unlike the adult strongmen who flocked to this birthplace of the physical fitness boom, she was only in the seventh grade ... [Read More]


Spectacular Pencil Carvings By Cindy Chinn

July 12, 2016 by

Once living in the fast paced corporate world as a commercial artist, Cindy Chinn decided to carve out a new life for herself as a full-time fine artist. While exploring her many interests and mediums, Cindy discovered a love for pencil carving... and her pieces are spectacular. "I’d been seeing sculpted pencils and pencil leads online for the past few years and REALLY wanted to try my hand at it. My ... [Read More]