As much as we may think of the world of magazines as female-led, too often, there's not as much gender representation behind the scenes as there is on covers. That spurred W Magazine editor Stefano Tonchi to try and shake things up for the magazine's latest issue: Tonchi was the only man to work on ...
If Gen X women were raised to believe they could “have it all,” millennial women were the first generation to reach for it on a broad scale. Today, more women attend and graduate from college than men, female breadwinners are gradually becoming the norm, and feminist ideals have become the ruler by which we judge all areas of pop culture, from fashion magazines to award shows. Leah is not alone in her disillusionment with feminism.
The conservative Fox News correspondent's tweet stirred up some animosity, with some followers schooling her on feminism.
According to Silverstone, her "American Woman" character has a trait that everyone can learn from.
On Tuesday, during Fox & Friends, Mcenany attacked Wolf’s Netflix special. “Michelle Wolf represents a very angry, militant-type of feminism that’s very hypocritical. You know, she says she’s for women’s rights but yet she tears down women who are on the right.”
Meghan’s choices on her wedding day seemed to reflect that she's a passionate women’s rights activist and proud feminist.
At the 2017 Miss USA Pageant, Kára McCullough told the audience she considered herself an "equalist" and not a "feminist." One year later, she explains why she stands by that answer.
A tweet telling former first lady Barbara Bush to "rest in peace and power" has been slammed by those critical of her views.
"I wasn't interested in being quote unquote beautiful, maybe because I was told that trying to be that sacrificed your feminism. I was more interested in looking weird for myself," she said.
During Paris Fashion Week, Dior creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri unveiled her second feminist T-shirt with the slogan “Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?”
Wearing next to nothing, Amber Rose made the focal point of her Instagram pic her uncovered pubic hair on full display for the world to see.
The Instagram post teaches viewers a thing or two about body positivity and what she thinks about anyone's rules of feminism.
From the eerily timely release of the Handmaid's Tale to her social activism, here’s what actress Elisabeth Moss had to say.
“I decided who I wanted to be, and that is who I am.” Wise words by a lady who revolutionized women’s dress codes in the 1920s, the champion of pantsuit nation of her time, and the ultimate badass feminist — and she’s still being celebrated today because frankly, there is, was, and never will be anybody like Coco Chanel! Chapter 18: Gabrielle, a Rebel at Heart is one of four short films being released on the Inside Chanel website the French house is releasing this year. This is the year of Gabrielle at Chanel, and the label will be celebrating themes that are very poignant to our world today: rebellion, freedom, passion, and allure.
The new accessory making waves? The pussyhat. The pink hat with cat ears has been seen on the heads of feminists and girl power go-getters across the country.
Photo Credit: GEMMA BOOTH - Trunk Archive By Estee Kahn Ah, to be a woman! We love who we are, and laugh as men try to figure us out because most of the time, we can’t figure ourselves out. 2. Wearing the wrong foundation color There are so many skin tones out there and so many shades of makeup, yet we somehow always manage to find the wrong one. 4. Using our bodies as a human canvas for makeup Coming out of Sephora, Ulta, or any makeup place where they let you test shades, you look like you’re an artist’s canvas.
You may recall a video that went viral last week, of a Tennessee woman ranting about her disdain for what she considers to be too-sheer leggings. In response, the good folks at Fox & Friends decided to bring in a panel to dissect the situation further. Comprised entirely of presumably heterosexual fathers—Fox’s legal analyst Arthur Aidala, Duck Dynasty’s Willie Robertson, and Andrew Sansone, the husband of Fox’s Julie Banderas—the panel is asked whether its members find it acceptable for the ladies in their lives to “parading in public” while wearing leggings. Because, you know, it isn’t enough to walk down the street and hear what cat callers think of what you look like.
The bestselling ‘Princess Diaries’ author explains why princesses can be feminists. “The first princess I ever wrote fan fiction about was Princess Leia,” Princess Diaries author Meg Cabot tells Yahoo Beauty. The Star Wars heroine definitely made an impression on Cabot from an early age.
What Disney Princesses Look Like Without Makeup What would Disney princesses look like without makeup? Artist Loryn Brantz used her illustrations skill to imagine just that and discovered that Pocahontas “doesn’t need eyeliner when she has all ‘the colors of the wind’” and Frozen’s Elsa has “no shame in telling the eye shadow to ‘let it go.’” Snow White also parts with her iconic red lipstick, and Jasminedoes away with her iconic cat eye . Mulan, Tiana, Ariel, and Belle are also in the cast of au natural characters.
Emma Roberts teased a photo from her #AerieREAL Fall 2015 campaign shoot on Instagram. @emmaroberts/Instagram Naked celebrity photo shoots are nothing new in this day and age (Kim Kardashian, Chrissy Teigen, Madonna), but when they opt to do so without retouching…well, that’s an entirely new and refreshing story. Emma Roberts is doing just that, stripping down for American Eagle Outfitters’ award-winning #AerieREAL Fall 2015 campaign. You’re like, ‘Ugh, do these people really look like that?‘” The #AerieREAL campaign, which launched in 2014 and features unaltered images of “normal” woman of all sizes, aims to challenge the industry’s supermodel standards.