Picture this... you’re in a public restroom and spot someone come out of a stall and head straight to the exit without washing her hands, as she palms the doorknob you're just about to grab next. Mouth agape in utter disbelief, you summon your internal voice to silently cry out, “GROSS!!!” Sound familiar? Well, based on the results of ... [Read More]
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Avon Foundation for Women has partnered with Paula Abdul to launch this fun dance video and kicky tune with an important message… #CheckYourself
“This campaign is very personal for me,” said Paula Abdul an Avon Global Ambassador. ... [Read More]
Chloey Shriver comes from a long line of entrepreneurial "lip balmers," so it’s no wonder that at just 10 years old she’s already rockin’ the corner office as CEO of her family's Eco Lips business. But make no mistake about it, Chloey fully earned her impressive title, which her dad previously held, since she’s the one who came up with the company's newest ... [Read More]
Today is Ada Lovelace Day, an international celebration of inspiring women in science, technology, engineering and math... a.k.a. STEM badasses!
Ada Lovelace, born Ada Byron in 1815, is recognized as the first computer programmer, ever! Fearing that Ada would inherit her father’s penchant for poetry (Lord Byron), Ada’s mother raised her with a strict curriculum of science, logic and math that encouraged ... [Read More]
When Emily Lindin was just 11 years old, her peers labeled her as a “slut.” This four-letter word impacted her life in ways she could have never imagined, and became the inspiration for the UnSlut Project, an anti sexual bullying and slut shaming support resource to help other girls escape the shame.
The UnSlut Project promotes gender equality, ... [Read More]
Once again nothing seems to be safe from being transformed into a sexy costume this Halloween season. Last year, we introduced you to the sexy hamburger, and that was just one of hundreds of cheesy iterations of food costumes you could find in the shape of a tube dress.
This year, things have gone even further (as if that's possible) into the sexy realm, and not just for women, ... [Read More]
If you grew up watching and idolizing Lynda Carter play the TV version (1975 - 1979) of the greatest female superhero of all time, then you are going to be as psyched as we are about the Wonder Woman news that came out of New York Comic Con yesterday.
During DC Entertainment’s “DC DIGITAL: DOWNLOAD THIS!” panel, ... [Read More]