Forgiveness Day: 10 Awesome Quotes To Inspire You To Forgive Someone (Or Yourself)

“Forgiveness is a virtue of the brave.” – Indira Gandhi


Amy Poehler And Seth Meyers Reunite For A New “Really!?!” Thanks To Andy Benoit And His Idiotic Take On Women’s Sports

“Really, Andy Benoit? There’s nothing in women’s sports worth watching?”

Amy Poehler And Seth Meyers Reunite For A New “Really!?!” Thanks To Andy Benoit And His Idiotic Take On Women’s Sports

XBox wOne For Women… A Great Piece Of Satire Aimed At Gendered Marketing

“Everything we know about women can be found in this system…”

XBox wOne

Sher Polvinale Gives Unwanted, Senior Dogs A Home For Life

House With A Heart Senior Pet Sanctuary provides a loving home for life to more than two dozen animals.

Sher Polvinale Gives Unwanted, Senior Dogs A Home For Life

Fix-it Friday with Norma Vally


Fix-It Friday: 8 Surprising Household Uses For Lemons

As the saying goes, when life gives you lemons, add tequila, or make limoncello! Yes, make lemonade too (yawn) but did you know lemons and lemon juice can be used around the house as an all natural and inexpensive polish, cleanser, and deodorizer? Plus its citric acid is anti-bacterial. Put that in your margarita glass and drink it! Here’s my lovely list of 8 surprising household uses for ... [Read More]

16-Year-Old Guitarist Rocks Metallica’s Master Of Puppets

16-Year-Old Guitarist Rocks Metallica’s Master Of Puppets

May 28, 2015 by

Tina S., a 16-year-old guitarist from France, is shredding it up all over YouTube. The prodigy received her first guitar at the tender age of 8, and hasn’t stopped playing since. In this most recent video, Tina plays a flawless rendition of Master of Puppets by Metallica, the title track from the band’s iconic 1986 album. ... [Read More]


It’s Time Educators Start Valuing Girls’ Brains And Stop Focusing On Their Bodies. #FreeTheShoulder #ReinstateCameron

May 28, 2015 by

Cameron Boland, a 17-year-old at Ft. Myers High School in Florida, was stripped of her newly won National Honor Society (NHS) position for wearing a spaghetti strap dress and baring her shoulders at a school sanctioned event. In a nutshell, the story ... [Read More]

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Khojaly Massacre: One Woman’s Story Of Survival And Healing

May 28, 2015 by

By Durdane Agayeva - This time of year, we remember the Holocaust - the genocides in Bosnia, Cambodia, Rwanda and sadly, many other places. We remember the faces of the victims and the stories so horrible that hearing them can make one feel sick. And with all this to remember, there are still  tragedies that are lesser known, crimes ... [Read More]


Win It Wednesday: Inspiration Packed “Feminism At Work” Giveaway

May 27, 2015 by

Summer is about to blow in with the breeze, so getting your hands on a good book (or two) and a great bag to tote them in is a must. And how much WYSKier would your summer reading be if you could score a book about rad women, and another about headstrong women, along with a tote that celebrates courageous women? ... [Read More]


She Makes Super Cool Capes That Let Little Kids Dream Up Big Adventures

May 27, 2015 by

Superheroes, and tigers, and pirates, and unicorns... oh my! This is the creative awesomeness that maker and designer Lane Huerta unleashed into the world with her Lovelane brand's Play Hard collection of super cool capes and accessories for girls (and boys, too). They are hand sewn, American-made getups that let little kids dream up ... [Read More]

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Kids’ Book Series Documents Lives And Historic Contributions Of Extraordinary Women

May 27, 2015 by

Today, on the 108th anniversary of her birth, we are celebrating scientist (marine biologist/zoologist), environmentalist and Woman You Should Know Rachel Carson (May 27, 1907 - April 14, 1964), who inspired modern environmentalism with the publication of her book Silent Spring in 1962. Based on ... [Read More]


Artist Paddles Out To Hidden Concrete Canvases, Paints Stunning Female Portraits

May 26, 2015 by

Hawaiian artist Sean Yoro, who goes by the name Hula, is bringing a new (water’s) edge to the concept of street art with a series of stunning female portraits that he created while afloat, balancing on his surfboard. Hula painted four large-scale, hyper-realistic portraits of women on the walls of buildings and abandoned ... [Read More]