The workout behind those arms is finally revealed.
The Angelica doll features natural hair you can wash and style.
The past year of police brutality, murders, marches, and riots have left many of us feeling numb. Here’s an extra helping of black excellence from the class of 2015 to help you feel again.
No crash diets, trainers, or nutritionists. This is how he did it.
Let’s talk about that thing where you bleed from your vagina every month.
I was more concerned about how my celiac diagnosis looked to other people than I was about what it meant for me.
More power to small presses.
More perks, less ~stress.~
“I tend to talk in my sleep.”
The epitome of ride or die BFFs!
Please stop looking at me.
Women are inspiring change in the world. And while they’re at it, they’re inspiring each other and themselves. Find out how women are improving technology and our lives for the better at IBM.
The superhero-themed designs took quite a lot of manpower.
Something in this post should make you yell “YAAASS!” What will it be?
Homeless youth — as many as 40% of whom identify as LGBT — are captured in a new photo and essay project out next month. A photographer worked with these young people for months to put them in control of their own portrayals.
How I learned to read Maya Angelou — lessons America is still learning.
Brown women do not need to be diagnosed with impostor syndrome in order to feel like impostors. We’ve had to contend with being told so from day one.