Bill Nye The Science Guy On Women In STEM And His Top Secret Code Breaking Mom

“I would remind us that half of the humans are girls or women. So then why don’t we have all half of the scientists be women? What the heck?”

Bill Nye The Science Guy On Women In STEM And His Top Secret Code Breaking Mom

This 5th Grader’s Science Project About Stuffed Animals And Germs Was Published In A Medical Journal

Because of Gaby’s science project, kids are able to bring their stuffed animals into the O.R. for comfort, minus the health risk.


What Would You Do If You Weren’t Afraid? This Woman Is Challenging Herself To 100 Days Without Fear

“Not doing something you want to do because you’re afraid is the scariest thing of all.”

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10 Things You May Not Know About Beatrix Potter

“I hold that a strongly marked personality can influence descendants for generations.”


Fix-it Friday with Norma Vally

Just Be You Movement Is Inspiring Others To Accept Themselves As They Are

Just Be You Movement Is Inspiring Others To Accept Themselves As They Are

July 24, 2015 by

At sixteen Ali Lambert Voron lost her hair to alopecia universalis. At thirty-three, she lost her colon to a severe bout of ulcerative colitis. What she hasn’t ever lost is the inner and outer beauty that she hopes to encourage others to discover within themselves through her Just Be You campaign. “After baring my head and living my life as a bald ... [Read More]

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How to Bring The Shine Back To Your Dull Stainless Steel

July 24, 2015 by

We love the look of stainless steel sinks and appliances, but hate the fingerprints and dulled finish. Periodic cleaning with common household products will easily and inexpensively restore the sheen you crave. Clean Stainless Steel Appliances   Materials List: All purpose spray cleaner Non-abrasive scrubbing sponge Microfiber cleaning cloths Rubbing alcohol Stainless steel ... [Read More]

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The Feminist Thought Bubble Instagram Account… Need We Say More?

July 23, 2015 by

We are completely in love with Feminist Thought Bubble, an Instagram account by college student Molly Williams that features drawings of feminist influencers, artists, activists and fictional female characters. The charming illustrations are accompanied by quotes that tackle a wide variety of issues including ... [Read More]


Beyond The Surface Film: Empowering Women And Girls Through Surfing

July 23, 2015 by

Set against the rich hues of India, Beyond The Surface Film follows Ishita Malaviya, India’s first female surfer, and fellow wave riders Crystal Thornburg-Homcy, Liz Clark, Lauren Hill, Emi Koch, and Kate Baldwin. While on their journey through southern India, the women surfers and the people they meet share experiences and stories related to surfing, yoga, and ecological awareness, resulting in mutual ... [Read More]


Marvelous Paper Art Made From Spider-Man Comics

July 23, 2015 by

Swedish artist Cecilia Levy, a former graphic designer and bookbinder, began experimenting with paper to create sculptures back in 2009. Using old books, she tears, cuts and shreds the pages, then merges them back together to create beautiful 3-dimensional objects including cups, saucers, bowls, plates and accessories. ... [Read More]

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What If I Knew I Was Beautiful? A Powerful Message Of Self-Love [VIDEO]

July 22, 2015 by

This is good... really, really good. "You say I don't know I'm beautiful, but what if I did? What if I looked in the mirror and actually liked what I saw, makeup or no makeup, flaws and all? No questions, contemplations, or hesitations, because the only person's confirmation I would need... ... [Read More]


This Picture Of My Body In A Bikini Doesn’t Make Me Brave, It’s A Reminder Of Why We Still Need Feminism

July 22, 2015 by

By Heidi Heath - This is a picture of my body in a bikini. My body has been bigger and it has been smaller. I’m currently at a BMI of 24.6. This means my body fits into the “normal” range, although on the high end. My thighs touch, my boobs sag, and my ... [Read More]


Emma Lazarus: The Woman Who Gave The Statue Of Liberty Her Powerful Voice

July 22, 2015 by

166 years ago today, on July 22, in 1849, famed American poet Emma Lazarus was born in New York City to a wealthy sugar refining family of Portuguese Sephardic Jewish descent. A writer from an early age, she went on to become part of the late nineteenth century New York literary elite, and at age 34 penned the inspiring sonnet that would give the Statue of ... [Read More]