Brilliant New WNBA Campaign “Watch Me” Features Players On And Off The Court

“You think I can’t do this, this and that? All while chasing my dream? Watch me.”

Brilliant New WNBA Campaign “Watch Me” Features Players On And Off The Court

Photo Mosaic Of Marie Curie Created With 1,807 Images Of Utah Women In Chemistry

An awesomely inspired, visual tribute to the women who have studied or taught chemistry at the U that invokes the spirit and likeness of one of the most famous scientists and chemists of her time.


Grossly Appealing: Disney Princesses Reimagined As Hot Dogs

“It was incredible to imagine these hot dogs doing all of the great passive things that the original princesses did…”


Meet The 10 Women Inducted Into The National Women’s Hall Of Fame

“Inductees were selected based on their lasting contributions to society through the arts, athletics, business, education, government, humanities, philanthropy and science.”


Fix-it Friday with Norma Vally


Start Where You Are: An Illustrated Journal For Self Exploration

August 14, 2015 by

By Sara Barnes - Have you ever thought about starting a new project, talked about starting it, but kept holding off for the “right” time? I often suf­fer from this, even going as far as plan­ning to make a plan. Ha! Most of the time, I end up procrastinating. The truth is, there’s often no right time to start something—you just have to jump in ... [Read More]


Fix-It Friday: Bye-Bye Nail Pops… Hello Perfect Walls!

A nail pop is an unsightly nub popping from beneath your drywall—kind of like a blind pimple under your skin. Sometimes the nail will pop so far, it will actually cause the drywall to crack off, revealing the head of the nail or screw. Why does this happen? Two reasons. There could have been error during the installation—the installer may not have pressed the wallboard ... [Read More]

Let Kids Be Who They Want To Be: An Illustrated Film About Growing Up Trans

Let Kids Be Who They Want To Be: An Illustrated Film About Growing Up Trans

August 13, 2015 by

In this little film, vlogger and children's illustrator Kat Blaque shares what it is was like for her growing up as a gender nonconforming child, and how being rejected by her parents has impacted her life. "Being trans in this world was hard and that the support of my parents would mean absolutely everything to me, after all, even if the world ... [Read More]


He Posed As Target On Brand’s Facebook Page, Posts Hilarious Replies To Haters Of Gender-Neutral News

August 13, 2015 by

Last Friday, Target announced it is doing away with gender-based signage and product references in a number of aisles across the store. While the majority of our readers cheered the decision, Target took a digital beating from throngs of customers who vehemently ... [Read More]

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Stop Telling Us To Ask For Help. Depression Doesn’t Work Like That.

August 13, 2015 by

I wrote this a year ago and like so many of the things I write, I sat on it, not sure if what I had to say was worth putting out into the world. I still don’t know, but I felt like sharing it today. By Angela Dee - I’ve been reading through so many devastated posts since last night’s news of Robin Williams’ death and the overwhelming theme seems to be: if you’re depressed ... [Read More]


Remembering Human Rights Pioneer Jemera Rone

August 12, 2015 by

Jemera Rone, lawyer turned pioneering human rights researcher, passed away at the age of 71 on July 29th in Washington, DC. The cause was ovarian cancer. Her friend and colleague Leslie Lefkow, Human Rights Watch Deputy Director, Africa Division, reflects on Jemera’s steadfast commitment to her work and indelible contributions. ... [Read More]


Senator Says “Enough!” To Manufactured Trump Controversy, “Pay Attention” To What Is More Offensive To Women

August 12, 2015 by

Yesterday, Senator Diane J. Savino (D-New York) took to social media to speak her mind about what she calls “this theater of the absurd,” or the 24-7 media circus swirling around how offensive Donald Trump is to women, particularly via his comments to FOX News’ ... [Read More]


Meet Legendary Session Musician Carol Kaye “The First Lady Of Bass”

August 12, 2015 by

Meet Carol Kaye, the “First Lady of Bass” and one of the most prolific bass guitarists of all time. You may not recognize her name, but you have definitely heard her play. Born in Everett, Washington to musician parents, Carol, now 80, has played guitar professionally since 1949. Starting her career ... [Read More]