BY Marissa Dubecky
on Mar 26, 2015
During a time when it’s almost impossible not to feel insanely frustrated about the state of women’s reproductive rights, we can take solace in incredible activist/artists like Michele Pred. Pred’s work stands out at first glance because it's eye-catching (and super badass), but her pieces are powerful beyond their awesome aesthetic: Their messages are—unfortunately—very relevant to issues women in the U.S. face daily.
And while her presentation is refreshingly accessible, it’s also impressively layered. Read More
BY PRINCESS WEEKES
on Mar 25, 2015
One of the most famous faces in the world Frida Kahlo (born Magdalena Carmen Frieda Kahlo y Calderón) was a Mexican painter whose self-portraits beautifully and honestly expressed the female form in a new way.
Self-taught, Kahlo created at least 140 paintings, as well as dozens of drawings and studies. The great artist died in 1954 and was cremated, while an autopsy was never done, it was determined that her official cause of death was a pulmonary embolism. Read More
BY Veronica Santos
on Mar 20, 2015
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 Esther Jones, a Harlem Club singer... Read More
on Mar 20, 2015
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 this adaptation of Little Women will be especially incredible:
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BY Evelyn Chapman
on Mar 18, 2015
Words can hurt, but even more hurtful is the silence that surrounds them. We are too hard on ourselves, too ashamed of our scars, too determined to be unbreakable; so we have a good cry and internalize and become victims of an emotionally oppressive society.
By giving voice and validation to women and their stories Jamie Oliveira's new project (More Than) Dust aims to help heal broken hearts. Read More