Elaine Welteroth — journalist, editor, and former 'Teen Vogue' editor in chief – talks to Yahoo Lifestyle about success, career planning, and following your dreams.
At a desert air base on the Arabian Peninsula, and in many other places around the world, Americans carry out their mission with great dedication and professionalism.
Rachel Winard, founder of the cult organic skin care line Soapwalla, opens up to writer Molly Shea about feeling shunned by the beauty industry as a queer woman.
This isn't the first time President Trump has tangled with women reporters. Experts break down what the word "obnoxious" really means.
Cyntoia Brown, a sex trafficking survivor who was sentenced to life in prison at age 16 for killing her 43-year-old abuser, will have a chance to plead for leniency in federal court this week, according to NBC News. A U.S. federal appeals court in Cincinnati has agreed to hear oral arguments in her case. Brown, who is now 30, was sentenced to life when she was 16 with no possibility of parole until she serves 51 years.
A 13-year-old girl was bullied by female classmates for wearing shorts and a T-shirt in 80-degree weather, and her response was powerful.
The main character, Plum Kettle, is a plus-size woman who candidly illustrates what it is like to live in a society that constantly tells her she doesn't belong.
The star admitted on her lifestyle blog, “I had a temper tantrum recently. And while I wish I could say this astounded me because I am a grown-up who should not have tantrums, it did not astound me. I am no stranger to tantrums.”
In 1997, Pink Floyd released a poster showcasing some of the band’s album covers painted onto the bare backs of six models. Now, a group of women are paying tribute to the poster by recreating it with an inclusive twist.
Jenn August says that seeing celebrities on Instagram be "unapologetically themselves" gave her the courage to embrace her hemangioma birthmark.
"Having #ItAll would mean living in a world where there is no multi-billion dollar weight loss industry telling us we aren't good enough the way we are and we need to buy product after product to feel/be better," one critic tweeted.
A new online portal aims to connect women of New York City wirh the resources they need to succeed.
This diverse and inclusive photo shoot has 14 women, each representing a unique group: Curvy women, women of color, women with mental or physical disabilities, women with rare medical conditions, and women with vitiligo.
Former child actress Abigail Breslin, now 22, says that the women in her life have a lot to do with how she's dodged a tumultuous young adulthood.
The mainstream narrative around Latinxs and abortion goes something like this: Because most people within the Latinx community are deeply religious and have roots in countries with highly restrictive abortion laws, they will inevitably oppose a woman’s right to choose. For this story, Refinery29 spoke with several Latinas across the country who identify as pro-life to find out how they truly feel about abortion. What we found is that having a pro-life stance is an increasingly nuanced experience among young Latinas: Some want abortion to be completely illegal, others feel there should be exceptions, and there are those who feel lawmakers should be focused instead on making birth control accessible and childcare affordable.
In addition to intense throbbing pain on one side of the head, migraine sufferers can also experience nausea, vomiting, blurred vision, and extreme sensitivity to light and sound.