Feminist Wednesday blogger Erin Bagwell turns her passion for sharing women’s stories into film. See “Dream, Girl,” currently screening across the country and recently selected by Oprah to be part of her SuperSoul 100 roundup.
What is it about the word stripper? It’s an innocuous word with a sour aftertaste, one that has the power to incite threat and feelings of inadequacy to women everywhere.
Each of us has one body to travel through this world in and, unfortunately, many of us have not been taught to love these bodies. Catherine Hernandez feels that we can learn to love our bodies just as they are and that 2017 is a great time to start.
New York artist Coco Dolle found her alter-ego and the reference point from which to build her own iconography for her performance art collective, Legacy Fatale, re-contextualizing the historical Amazon as the champion of her vision of an egalitarian and fe
After numerous doctors confirmed that I did not have Lyme disease, one doctor finally told me I did. I cried of happiness.
At Your Cervix is a documentary exposing the unethical ways of teaching pelvic exams to medical students to make them respectful & pain-free.
I came to Oaxaca to study light and left with a new appreciation of not only how light dictates art, but how it shapes our day to day.
Climbing Kilimanjaro is the hardest thing I’ve ever done. It’s also the most important.
As an artist, your studio becomes your sanctum, your safe haven for investigating your visceral truths without judgement. That is until you start having studio visits.
Shirley Chisholm’s refusal to accept the status quo and run for office shows incredible leadership, decades before Barack Obama’s two-term presidency.
As a letterer and graphic designer, Isabel Urbina Peña has a longstanding passion for everything related to letters. … These discussions led her to create the Yes, Equal project, a database of female creatives.
We chatted with Dina Smirnova and Y7 Yoga owner Sarah Levey about how yoga has shaped their lives and alleviated their own anxieties.
With a long-standing immigrant history, New York’s Lower East Side is home to thousands of people like Laure who have found a place for themselves within the neighborhood’s diverse community.
The day after she graduated from The New School, Lauren Maples opened Bija Kids, a children’s yoga company. Nine years later, Maples, 32, who spent her youth training for a career as a ballet dancer, has raised Bija into a household name …
What’s the best way to serve children with special needs? Over boxed wine and a bite to eat, educators Lauren Bowden and Sarah Brooks talk for the first time and open up about what it’s truly like to teach those who are too often cast aside.