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.”


Choose One… Little Red Riding Hood Or An Assault Weapon?

This powerful series of print ads features assault weapons alongside other objects that have been banned in America to protect child welfare.


This Teen’s Video About Body Image Shares An Important Message Of Self Love

“…I always felt too something and not enough of another thing. Body image is hard.”

This Teen’s Video About Body Image Shares An Important Message Of Self Love

Women You Should Know To Host Special Advance Screening Of “Suffragette” in NYC

A must-see film told by women, about women, for women.


Fix-it Friday with Norma Vally


Stand #withMalala, Because Every Girl Deserves An Education [Petition]

September 25, 2015 by

In May 2015, Malala Yousafzai worked with the Global Campaign for Education to draft the Incheon Declaration, seeking a commitment from world leaders to ensure that by 2030, ALL children can go to school for at least 12 years without having to pay school fees. Earlier this summer, to celebrate her 18th birthday, the Nobel Laureate ... [Read More]


Illustrator Reimagines A Feminist Barbie Complete With Her Own Inclusive Collection Of “Dolls”

September 25, 2015 by

When Marie Claire South Africa approached Colleen Clark about a project on "making a feminist Barbie," the talented illustrator and comic-maker was excited to have the chance to add to the discussion about the "really complex feminine icon." Her contribution was an acceptance-championing Barbie complete with her ... [Read More]


Fix-It Friday: How To Save An Old Wood Piece And Make It Stunning With Stain

September 25, 2015 by

Last week I found an old wood-framed mirror in my garage I had totally forgotten about. Score! I knew the perfect place for it, but its honey colored wood finish wouldn’t work with the décor of my current home. The solution? Sand and stain. I envisioned a dark walnut…and with a trip to the hardware store and a little elbow grease I added a handsome piece to a lonely wall ... [Read More]


Women Of The Future Postcards, Circa 1902

September 24, 2015 by

Check out these antique postcards from French artist Albert Bergeret, circa 1902. Titled “Women of the Future,” the cards depict various, imagined occupations infrequently attained by women of that era. From firefighter to doctor, student to journalist, politician to lawyer, Bergeret was right on point with his "predictions," albeit the impractical wardrobe choices. ... [Read More]


140 Women Veterans Recognized For Their Service In First-Ever All-Female Honor Flight

September 24, 2015 by

This past Tuesday, Honor Flight, the non-profit that flies veterans to Washington, DC to visit memorials built to honor their service, took 140 women vets from Ohio to the Capital, making it the first-ever, all-female event for the organization. The group, which included 70 women from the ... [Read More]


Artist Recreates Famous Art Masterpieces Using Edible Paint, Canvas Made Of Real Cake

September 23, 2015 by

In June, we introduced you to "accidental" coffee artist, Maria A. Aristidou (YES… she paints masterfully using nothing but brewed coffee). Wanting to expand her gastronomically-inspired, creative arsenal, Maria just started working in a new medium - edible paint - which she uses to recreate some of the ... [Read More]


Illustrated Novel To Feature Young Wonder Woman, Batman And Superman As Junior Detective Squad

September 23, 2015 by

2016 is going to be the year of Wonder Woman. She’s featured (as played by Gal Gadot) in the highly anticipated motion picture, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, due out in March. A film-related Wonder Woman Barbie Doll will also be released around the same time. What's more, in February ... [Read More]

Rowan Blanchard

Intersectional Feminism… This 13-Year-Old Just Gets It And We Can All Learn From Her

September 23, 2015 by

Rowan Blanchard, the 13-year-old star of the Disney Channel series Girl Meets World, who counts "well-grounded, brave and strong girls" among her 267,000 Twitter followers, is no stranger to using her voice to speak out on important issues. She recently posted an essay on her tumblr page in response to a question she was ... [Read More]