She’s Got Legs, She Knows How To Use Them… As Super Cool Bookmarks

Something to make the adventure of reading even more fun…


Founded By 11-Year-Old Mandi Simon, “Simon Says Give” Celebrates Kids By Helping Them Celebrate Their Birthdays

“Simon Says Give is a company that I started because I wanted a better world for people to live in.”


Headstrong: A New Book Featuring 52 Of History’s Brightest Female Scientists

“As girls in science look around for role models, they shouldn’t have to dig around to find them.”


Strong Girl Anthem, #Strengthie Photos Aim To Crush Extreme Poverty With Girl Power

It’s a battle cry for global citizens to demand a more equal world for girls and women everywhere, and a wakeup call for world leaders to act now and help.

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Fix-it Friday with Norma Vally


“Congrats, You Have An All Male Panel!” Meet The Brilliant Women Who Are Making Inequality Visible On Tumblr

May 14, 2015 by

As you are reading this, images from the new tumblr page - All Male Panels - are being shared at warp speeds across social media thanks to the use of clever snark (and David Hasselhoff’s Hoffsome-ness) to highlight a serious issue. The growing-by-the-minute visual feed ... [Read More]


Kitterly Makes Finding Your Next (Or First) Knitting Project Easy

May 14, 2015 by

Oh to be able to knit! The idea of taking a ball of yarn and making it into something beautiful that can be worn, gifted to loved ones, or to help others is a skill that has eluded us… until now. Starting with a shared vision on how crafting should be in the 21st century, Elizabeth Rowen, the founder and owner of Knit Culture Studio, and Mari Bower, ... [Read More]


The Blue & Gold Cape That Has Instagram Buzzing About Wonder Woman

May 13, 2015 by

Compliments of leaked Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice promo art that was posted on Instagram, the social media world got a sneak peek of the killer blue and gold cape that Wonder Woman, as played by Gal Gadot, will allegedly be rockin' in the highly anticipated blockbuster movie. ... [Read More]


10 Things I Learned From Being Fat-Shamed On Huff Post

May 13, 2015 by

By Galit Breen - Last summer I wrote an article about marriage for the Huffington Post, but instead of readers commenting on the story itself, the comments were about my body… my weight. I was devastated. Months later, when I stepped away from my sadness, I wrote a second article calling out my cyber bullies and saying two simple things: ... [Read More]


Tattoos That Bloom With Vintage Style… They’re Temporary And They’re Awesome

May 13, 2015 by

Wilma Boekholt is an interior designer, self taught illustrator, artist, blogger, and mom with a passion for fashion and DIY. Based in the Netherlands, she’s also the creative force behind Tattoorary, an online shop that’s packed with handmade temporary tattoos that look as good as the real deal, but require no needles and ... [Read More]


Teen Bravely Battles Rare Illness, Inspires Others Through Her Yoga Practice

May 12, 2015 by

By YogaDork - This story of strength in the face of life’s obstacles has us in tears. Briana Donis was just getting ready to head off to college last year when she learned she had a life-threatening disease. Diagnosed with aplastic anemia, a rare condition where the body’s bone marrow stops producing enough blood cells, Donis immediately underwent ... [Read More]

The Period Fairy: One Girl’s Vagical Quest To Write This Forgotten Shero Back Into History

The Period Fairy: One Girl’s Vagical Quest To Write This Forgotten Shero Back Into History

May 12, 2015 by

In 2013, they made us fall in love with "The Camp Gyno." In 2014, they invited us to a "First Moon Party." And now, Hello Flo, the masters of menarche marketing, are back with their latest video... "The Period Fairy." And, once again, they deliver a trifecta of awesome: so clever, so smart, totally hilarious. Here's the set-up: ... [Read More]


Life Ever After… Days In The Lives Of Elderly Women

May 12, 2015 by

Inspired by her relationship with her ailing grandmother, Brazilian photojournalist Patrícia Monteiro created Life Ever After, a photo series documenting a community of elderly women in New York City that live alone. “Even with all the rush and fast pace of New York City, many elderly women manage to keep up with their lives in their own rhythm and grace," Patrícia explains in a statement on her website. ... [Read More]