Is Masturbation Good For You? Science Dispels The Rumors And Underscores The Benefits

September 14, 2015 by

“Surveys show that 95% of men and around 72% of women have masturbated in their life.” For women, “polishing the pearl” is said to not only reduce menstrual cramping, but can have other positive physiological effects. In this newest fun and interesting video from the clever folks at ASAP Science, they aim to dispel the ... [Read More]

Transmormon: One Woman’s Story About Growing Up Transgender & Mormon

Transmormon: One Woman’s Story About Growing Up Transgender & Mormon

September 11, 2015 by

Transmormon, a documentary recently featured in the National Geographic's Short Film Showcase, tells the story of Eri Hayward, a transgender woman from Utah who was born and raised in the Church of Latter-Day Saints. In this captivating 15-minute film, shot just before Eri flew to ... [Read More]

A Tribute To New York City On September 11, 2013 [VIDEO]

A Tribute To New York City On September 11

September 11, 2015 by

Today we celebrate the beauty of New York, a city and a people that have always shown their strength and resilience... even on the darkest days. The 9/11 tribute at the end is a beautifully, poetic and reflective moment for this 14th anniversary. "New York City Time Lapse" video by and courtesy of Blueglaze LLC ... [Read More]


Reconciliación: A Beautifully Simple Illustration With A Powerful Message

September 10, 2015 by

When we first saw this illustration it stopped us in our tracks. It's so simple, but packs such an emotional punch. While the piece speaks for itself, we still wanted to know more. So we went searching for information, and ended up doubly inspired. Reconciliación is the work of Marcos Severi, a 39-year-old illustrator from Buenos Aires, Argentina. In an email ... [Read More]


More Than 60 Women Leaders Highlighted In The Limited’s New Fall Campaign

September 10, 2015 by

Over the last couple of years we’ve seen brands replacing models with everyday women in their campaigns and on the runway. Is it possible that highlighting a larger representation of women to showcase style may actually be evolving from a trend to a real change in the industry? ... [Read More]


With FIFA 16 Release, World’s Most Popular Sports Videogame Franchise Puts Women In The Game For First Time

September 10, 2015 by

After their historic 2015 Women’s World Cup victory, the U.S. Women’s National Team continued to make history (e.g. NYC Ticker Tape Parade, 25 different Sports Illustrated covers). And with yesterday’s demo release of FIFA 16, which for the first time in FIFA franchise ... [Read More]


Illustrator Carol Rossetti Takes On Society’s Cultural Norms In New Comic Series

September 9, 2015 by

Last year we introduced you to Carol Rossetti, a 27-year-old illustrator and graphic designer from Belo Horizonte, Brazil, who took the internet by storm with her wildly popular Woman Project, a beautiful and poignant collection of inspired body and beauty positive illustrations. ... [Read More]


Once Stalked As A Civilian, APD Sgt. Now Empowers Other Women To Protect Themselves Against Crime

September 9, 2015 by

When you hear Trish Hoffman’s extraordinary story, it’s as if she was meant to be a police officer, a vocation she has devoted her life to for the past 20 years with the Albuquerque Police Department (APD). Motivated, in part, by a terrifying ordeal she experienced in her own pre-law enforcement life, her ... [Read More]