A kindergarten teacher in California started the new school year by having each student create a custom pigment to match their own flesh. The project sparked “great” discussions, she said.
“We spend a lot of time together during the school year and they become a very important part of my life and I just couldn't picture getting married without them as a part of it,” Ashlyn (Houck) Kurtz says.
Jen Bretty of Ontario, Canada, got fed up with seeing women share potentially disordered fitness habits that they pass off as “dedication,” so she addressed the issue on Twitter.
While scrolling through Instagram, fashion blogger Valerie Eguavoen saw a photo from Revolve’s most recent press trip to Thailand, and noticed that there wasn't a single influencer with a dark complexion on the trip.
Monica Wright is offering free courses in real estate for single parents. The goal is to provide them the tools they need to enter an industry that can offer a lot of flexibility and financial stability.
Natasha Verma has launched a "cap wig" fundraiser to raise enough money to produce free hats with hair for female and children cancer patients.
Aniyah Hawkins, a high school junior from Richmond, Va., walked into her room on Christmas morning to find a full hair salon setup.
after lifting weights for a year, registered nurse and Instagram influencer Liza Parker weighs in on whether she looks 'womanly' or not ...
Deva Pardue sent Walmart a cease-and-desist letter regarding a T-shirt that featured the Women's March logo she had designed.
"Republican men are particularly resistant to the idea of boys playing with toys and participating in activities that are typically associated with girls."
"F*** perfection. It doesn't exist." That's the message women's clothing retailer Missguided wants to spread, along with a promise not to touch up any of its models' features.
A college sophomore tweeted a picture of herself wrapping up the semester, from the hospital where she was about to give birth.
This week, a video of Ayrton Little, 16, receiving the news of his acceptance to Harvard went viral, getting nearly half a million views.
A registered nutritionist rewrote the cover of a magazine, to reflect what she thinks we should be paying attention to — not what society dictates.
A Canadian clothing line run by women is selling shirts and sweaters emblazoned with the names of famous men called out for sexual misconduct, lining them up in chronological order based on the date the allegations against them were made public.
A new poll, the first of its kind that Quinnipiac University has ever done, asked Americans a range of questions about sexual misconduct — their opinions as well as their experience of it.
If passed, D.C. would join Oregon and California in allowing women to get birth control without a doctor's prescription.
John DeCaux posted a “before” and “after” photo of himself that picked up steam for his noticeable weight loss and for what he gained in happiness.
Eyes were on the first daughter’s ensemble Thursday night as The White House held its annual Hanukkah ceremony.
Live during her 9 p.m. TV broadcast, journalist Sharon Reed shared an email from a viewer who used the N word to describe the anchor.