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There are more people involved in the body positivity movement then ever before as we strive to move towards a day when we will no longer have nine year old boys and girls trying to figure out what degree of "hot" they are. And the movement is neither synonymous to being "plus sized" or being "progressive." Beauty is in the eye of the beholder—so much so that an actual definition of beauty doesn't even exist—or shouldn't, anyways. That's why we think what these 9 body positive...
One hundred thousand. That's the number of signatures it takes for a petition to be viewed by the President's administration, and the quantity of names on the call to action written in honor of Leelah Alcorn, a transgender teen who committed suicide last year. The petition proposes "Leelah's Law," which—if enacted—would require all states practicing conversion therapy to stop. Conversion therapy is a practice based off the belief that someone's sexual orientation or gender identity can be changed through mental and physical exercises (which we'd like to point out...
Contemporary feminists do not whisper. We have developed a bold, unapologetic, and free voice. But this liberal tone didn't happen overnight—it's something that’s been incubating for centuries. Our foremothers transgressed the boundaries of the time periods they were born into: Fifty years ago, wearing a pair of pants in public was radical. Today, making art with your period blood is the new feminist norm. One of the women we have to thank for stepping beyond her gender expectations is Jane Goodall. In case you forgot, Goodall is...
You say "Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab", we say "love."  That's why we couldn't be more thrilled (or grateful)  to have them as one of our Primped 2015 sponsors. Based out of California, Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab "specializes in eliciting emotional responses through perfume and creating unique, masterfully molded scent environments that capture legends and folklore, poetry, and the stuff of dreams and nightmares." Talk about cool.  Have you ever wanted your own witchy perfume inspired by the scents of Absinthe, 221 Baker Street, and the Mad Tea...
Rolling Stone’s recent feature on Frances Bean Cobain proves the 22 year old is wise beyond her years: A visual artist who already understands how important it is to force yourself to regularly create, Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love’s daughter is currently in the spotlight because the documentary about her father she helped produce—Montage of Heck—will be released by HBO on May 4: The whole article is worth a read, but here are some of our favorite moments from Cobain’s interview: “...It's the first year a fire...