CARE spokesperson Bellamy Young paid a visit to the BUILD Studio on International Women's Day 2019 to discuss what she hopes to see among women in the coming year — and how her character on "Scandal" informs her today.
A new survey finds that girls as young as 7 realize that women are judged on how they look more than their ability. The survey also shows that this focus on appearance negatively affects young girls's self-esteem and body confidence.
Girls’ Life magazine has been called out for a sexist cover about makeup, boyfriends, and kissing, while Boys’ Life focuses on finding your dream career.
According to a recent Mintel study, a whopping 80 percent of all tweens in the United States, that is, children between the ages of 9 and 11, use some kind of beauty and personal care products. What does this mean for their sense of self-esteem, and how should parents respond?