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She has already made a huge statement.
Now that Meghan Markle is officially the Duchess of Sussex, she gets what every modern royal in 2018 gets: her own website. Her lifestyle blog, The Tig, has been defunct for months, but Meghan now has a web presence once again, in
It's International Day of the Girl!
On October 11, 2012, the United Nations created the holiday International Day of the Girl to "highlight and address the needs and challenges girls face [all over the world], while promoting girls' empowerment and the fulfillment of their human rights." We don'
'Show me somethin' natural like ass with some stretch marks.'
It's only now that models are becoming more diverse and inclusive - and that's AWESOME. But it's also now that things like Instagram face and thigh gaps exist. While the modeling, fashion, and beauty industry are beginning to accept different
And 16 other things we're 'supposed to do' that are total BS.
From the moment we were born, women were made to accept that some characteristics were just part of who we were: that we like pink, that we prefer to play with dolls, that we're neat, nice, kids who aren't sweaty
Sometimes, it's as simple as putting it on a t-shirt.
Creative expression has always been at the heart of the fashion industry. And now more than ever, it's making a bold statement about women's rights, championing the cause on and off the runway.1. Chanel's Spring/Summer 2015 Fashion
The internet came up with #WhatFeministsWear to support Emma Watson, who posed for 'Vanity Fair' in a revealing top.
Telling a woman that she can't be proud of her body and embrace her womanhood-nude or fully clothed- is one of the most common attempts to discredit feminism. That's why when Vanity Fair posted this photo of Emma Watson,