Quantcast
Blog | Page 1004

Blog

Michelle Obama announced the launch of the #62MillionGirls campaign at last weekend’s Global Citizen Festival in Central Park. In a video message to the global audience, FLOTUS talked about how personal it is for her to work toward improving the state of education for girls worldwide. “I see myself in these girls. I see my daughters in these girls. These girls are our girls, and I simply cannot walk away from them. So for me, this is truly a moral issue.” Together with Girl Rising, the White...
New Order rose from the ashes of the seminal band Joy Division in 1980 with their debut Movement. Leaning more towards dance music, by adding electronic keyboards, than it’s former incarnation, New Order went on to be the defining group of said ‘dance music’ with a glacial edge. 1983’s "Blue Monday" is still the biggest selling 12’’ single of all time.   The opener "Restless" pops with that classic New Order sound it’s tuetonic bass line front and center. This band isn’t afraid to pay homage to some of...
Last week, women around the world bravely shared their abortion stories as #ShoutYourAbortion trended on Twitter. The movement got started when Amelia Bonow shared her abortion story on Facebook after learning of the House of Representative’s vote to defund Planned Parenthood. Lindy West took Amelia’s story to Twitter with the hashtag #ShoutYourAbortion, shared her own abortion story, and with the help of a few “co-conspirators” including Kimberly Morrison, a viral hashtag was born. But #ShoutYourAbortion didn’t stop there. Amelia Bonow shared a video of a community button...
Do oil paintings make you think of The Mona Lisa or The Venus Of Urbino? Artist Janet Bruesselbach is modernizing the medium with a series of gorgeous, full-body oil portraits of transgender women called Daughters Of Mercury. With the goal of “celebrating the beauty and diversity of trans women,” Bruesselbach is currently running her second fundraiser for the project on Indiegogo. Each portrait is a collaboration between the artist and the subject, showing the subject as they want to be seen - meaning the results are everything from fully clothed women...
Head chains are quickly overtaking flower crowns as the thing to wear on your hair. Making your own is easy; you don’t have to jump through hoops, just squeeze ‘em together!  What you need:- Flat nose pliers Small charm- 10" long chain for the middle (ours is a ½" wide decorative chain)- Two 9 ½" long chains Two 10 ½" long chains- One ½" long piece of ½" wide elastic Four ¼" jump rings Instructions: 1. Using flat nose pliers, open one of the jump rings. 2. Attach one...