I can't march, but that doesn't mean I stay silent.
We talked to Ida Tin, CEO and Co-Founder of Clue: the period and fertility tracking app, and got the inside scoop on educating ourselves about our insides. It's inclusive, smart, and just what you've been waiting for.
Pride festivals can be a safe space for many, but unfortunately people who identify with the "B" in LGBTQIA+ don't always get the opportunity to feel like a part of the community.
There's a lot that you can learn from people, even when their dead.
TW: autopsy, death, morgue
We had the pleasure of chatting with Co-Founder of THINX, Miki Agrawal to discuss innovation, taboo, education, and cultural change. Concept: She's inspiring, empowering, and down right awesome.
Want to know how everyone's talking about their periods? Clue and The International Women's Health Coalition did too. From education to euphemisms, find out what the buzz is like around the world.
Turns out you can learn a lot about US politics while studying abroad.
"I thought I would forever be the sick girl. It has been four months and I am still struggling to come to terms with it. It feels like ages since I’d been there, but sometimes it feels like I was just there yesterday."
Studies show that we have different personalities when we speak different languages. I've experienced this phenomenon first-hand — and so has my English alter-ego.
President Obama's essay on feminism and the future of our world will have you saying "four more years!"