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  Yet another great message cheering on yesterday's marriage equality win! The moment the ruling came back on the unconstitutionality of DOMA the Internet exploded. You’ve probably seen all the awesome signs, or that sassy response from Nancy Pelosi directed toward Michelle Bachmann. But have you seen the most fabulous one yet? RuPaul, queen of queens, released a special video with the cast of RuPaul’s Drag Race, thanking SCOTUS for their ruling. “I never could have dreamed that this day would come”, says RuPaul, “My deepest gratitude goes...
  Meet Riley Elle, the dazzling star of the best hair tutorial video that I’ve ever laid eyes on. Brace yourself for the cute:     She’s just three years old and sports a ridiculously radiant smile, bursting with sunny confidence. The best part? Her mother is the talented Houston-based photographer Christin of ChristinShootsPeople, which means that adorable shots of Riley are all over the Internet for us to gush over.   Riley posed as the first Black Congresswoman, Shirley Chisolm.   Riley being her adorable Riley Elle self.   Dressed in a darling denim vest...
  When you're kicking ass and taking names, it's so important to have the right footwear.  And Amazon is one of those sites with everything you need, and comments that can really help you decide whether a product gets a yea or a nay. In this case, the comments on those now-famous pink Mizuno Women's Wave Rider 16 Running Shoes will help you fully appreciate what it means to stand up to the patriarchy. Wendy Davis 4eva!     These kicks won't let you down, even after a thirteen hour...
  Civil rights, you're doing it wrong. The Supreme Court has decided to strike down sections of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 - taking some major steps backwards for fair democracy in our country. The Act was made to protect the minority vote and was a huge victory for the Civil Rights Movement in the '60s. All states run their own elections; that’s part of the deal, but the federal government provides the guidelines to do so via the VRA. Now those guidelines have been changed:...
  What do you see? A mess, maybe. But to photographer Sarah Anne Ward, these stains run deeper. Her art aims to fill them with politics, pain, and all of menstruation's cosmic complexities. Sarah finds periods “FASCINATING” with a capital everything, and her analysis of them might make you feel the same. “This series was mainly prompted with my struggle to accept PMS,” she says. “Being a feminist, I never wanted to accept these symptoms and often thought PMS was a very Westernized cultural phenomenon or a crutch for womankind…”...