Though Taylor Swift is my problematic fave (minus the fave), I still love what she's doing to take a shot at the patriarchy.Read More
I travelled 2800 miles, met new people and took classes at a foreign university in Iceland for 2 months...alone. Here's what I learned.Read More
If the sun is low in the sky, the moon is in mercury, and all the stars align on a Tuesday, you may get your bra size right on the first time. In the mean time, here's how to do the math and find the size for you.Read More
The texture of your hair may be your father’s and the color may come from your mother, but your hair doesn’t belong to the people who helped you grow it or the people who have to look at it.Read More
You can't have a proper glo up without a little inspiration. Here are 6 of our favorite accounts run by people who will rock your world.Read More
If you feel like podcasts really took off this year, you're right. Caitlin Thompson from Acast tells us exactly how.Read More
Her is no longer just a word
When “Who are you more afraid of losing?”
Precedes that simple little word,
Eat, sleep, and go to class. Now is not the time to not take care of yourself. Make sure you have these three bases covered.Read More
As my own very gay (brown) eyes
Gravitate towards hers, and more so,
Her rainbow wristband,
Satisfy some of your LGBTQIA+ needs with these brilliant podcasts.Read More
America is supposed to be the land of the free... right?
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.Read More
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.Read More
8 podcasts that will answer your questions about kinks, bodies, and what to do when your dad writes a porno.Read More
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.Read More
"One thing I did know
With utmost certainty
From logical child reasoning
Is that my legs could take me
Where my heart could not."
"For the longest time I thought I was Samson, my strength captured in my hair, the pulling being a way for me to sabotage my power. Now I realize, I am beautiful with or without hair."
TW: mentions of self harm and suicideRead More
Turns out you can learn a lot about US politics while studying abroad.Read More
Pittsburgh artist and art therapist, Jenni Bee, opens up about the inspiration for her art series: Vanity vs. Gluttony.Read More