Tag Archives: Beauty

Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Survivor Stories “Yaya”

I was watching TV the other day. I think it was Angelina Jolie. People like her have this and that. They’re rich and famous, so their disease matters. CLICK PHOTO TO READ MORE….

Hugh Hefner’s Feminist Legacy

There are two sides to every coin. Hugh Hefner was no exception to the rule. There are many women and men alike that read Playboy, and a feminist relic is the last thing they would call it. CLICK PHOTO FOR MORE…..

Dear Female Fighters of Kurdistan

Dear Female Fighters of Kurdistan,

Anything they can do, you can do bleeding.

A woman’s war is a lot like their love, it stretches her, revealing unbeknownst strength until she gives birth to freedom. CLICK PHOTO TO READ MORE….


Growing up, nobody ever told me this, but I just knew it was society’s influence because there was so much sameness that couldn’t stem from an individual but something much bigger. I hated everything that made me feel different. I hated my hairy arms, not because anyone pointed and laughed, but because no one else had them. I hated my lips because nobody else had them. Click photo to read more…

Girls Room

Steph and Mimi are truly inspiring women, living and creating their dreams. Through their community organization Girl’s Room and their clothing brand LDYBY, they are exhibiting the ways they are just two paradigms of female solidarity who showcase their passion and sincerity behind their commitment to bringing “awareness to female creatives, encouraging collaborations, and giving bad ass girl bosses the platform they deserve!” We had the pleasure of interviewing these two fine young LDYBYs where we were able to discuss body image, individual journey, the importance of women supporting one another in their endeavors, and much more! click to read more

Dear Celia Cruz,

Dear Celia Cruz,

You, beautiful, were born to the name Úrsula Hilaria Celia de la Caridad Cruz Alfonso on October 21, 1925 in Havana, Cuba… Click photo to read more.


I’ve changed. There was a time when I thought beauty was physical, but as I’ve grown older, I’ve come to know that there is a difference between being beautiful and being attractive. Beauty isn’t physical to me. I’m still in the process of trying to find the things I love about myself, but what I find most beautiful about myself is the passion I have toward my cooking…Click photo to read more.


I am a quiet storm. For some people rain, thunder, and lighting are frightening. For others, it’s therapeutic and soothing. I’d like to think that’s me. My beautype is not for everyone, I’m a “not for everyone” type of woman…Click photo to read more.