Feminism probably had the most misconceptions out of all of the things I have covered. There are some big one’s that need to be corrected right now, and here they are.
Galentines Day was created via Parks and Rec and is celebrated the day before Valentines Day. It is the day where ladies celebrate ladies, and this is what you could do to celebrate.
Hannah Hart is a YouTuber, cooking enthusiast, book author, awesome lady creator of My Drunk Kitchen, who brings honesty, hilarity, and heart to the internet. She is inspiring and has so many lessons for life, I decided to collect a few for all of you.
With the release of Taylor Swift’s video for Wildest Dreams, many have voiced strong opinions about the lack of diversity in the Africa-set video. However, the video is based on 1930’s-1940’s Hollywood, where racial equality was even less of a custom than it is now. So, this is the question at hand, is being historically…
Brave is a 2012 Disney Pixar film about Princess Merida, an independent young woman who desires to change her fate from marriage to freedom. And as Merida learns many lessons about fate and freedom, we learn as well.
StemBox is a monthly subscription box that makes science accessible to girls everywhere, and you can help make it happen.
Phenomenal Woman is a poem written by Maya Angelou. She speaks of the many beautiful attributes that women, in particular herself. I found her poem very relatable, in the sense that women are fascinating and complex, which is something people tend to ignore.
Pocahontas is an essential leading lady of Disney, who graced in a era of Disney princesses that came to be during the 1990’s feminist era. She was one of many princesses who graced my VHS player as a small child and taught me about being a woman.
An all-star cast of ladies has come together to tell the story of the UK suffragette movement on the silver screen.
Always started their #LikeAGirl campaign at the Super Bowl, and now they are showing us why girls are unstoppable.
This past weekend was the largest geek-filled convention in the US, San Diego Comic Con. And one thing that is bound to be seen is cosplayers, and their costumed identities do not mean consent.
Misty Copeland has just become the first African-American principal dancer at the American Ballet Theatre. She is a piece of history, but her whole story is so important to know.