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It’s true: Monica Lewinsky is back (though given that she’s been a household name since the late nineties, it doesn’t feel like she ever left). Her decision as a 22 year-old resulted in a constant shadow of controversy, sex, and shame, but now she’s sharing her story with the world—and finally getting some positive attention for it. Lewinsky broke a decade-long silence with an essay published in Vanity Fair last year, and her recent TED Talk titled “Price of Shame” is wonderful and inspiring. We...
Ever heard of cookies for a cause? Well, these students in Utah are fighting for equal pay for women through a bake sale that has been attracting some controversy. The cookies are being sold for $1 to boys, and .77 cents for girls. Why? "Because in America, for every dollar a man makes, a woman only makes 77 cents. So we're raising awareness for this,” says Kari Schott with the Young Democrats Club at Jordan High School. There has been plenty of support from fellow students, male and...
Jazz Jennings is the new representative for Clean & Clear's #seetherealme campaign—and she's the first ever trans teen to do so. Already an author and LGBT activist at just 14 years old, this girl is spreading her story and breaking through all the gender stereotypes. Looking for more body positive accounts to follow on Instagram? We've got you. Get your self-lovin' on (take that as you will). Check out these must-haves for the rainy spring season (whenever that arrives). Ever wonder who inspired Betty Boop? Turns out it was...
  Can we ever have too many versions of Little Women? We say no, and luckily, so does Sony Pictures. There are tons of reasons we're pumped about an updated version of Louisa May Alcott’s classic, the main one being the obvious fact that we are long time Little Women lovers. Alcott’s book was fiercely pro-women and inspiringly ahead of its time, and for that alone we’ll always be thrilled to see its story honored.   But there are plenty of other factors that are making us believe...
In a particularly blatant instance of victim blaming, Danielle Hicks-Best recently came forward to tell the story of the police’s disturbing reaction to her childhood rape: Hicks-Best was sexually assaulted twice by a group of young men when she was only 11 years old. Despite the fact that her rape kits showed evidence of assault, the rapists were never convicted. What’s worse is that weeks later, Hicks-Best was arrested herself for filing a “false police report.” She was released on an Alford Plea, but struggled to...
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