Yes folks, this is that article: the one where this woman of a certain age wonders why it is that we've been able to put a woman into space, a man on the moon and Barack Obama in the White House (please come back), but we can't talk about menstruation without giggling like a bunch of nine-year-olds.
"Considering that this ban disproportionately impacts female exam writers, we find it to be sexist and unfair."
The ACLU stepped in after there were concerns about the school's enforcement of the dress code, which had been revised to allow leggings.
While many aerospace engineers take the opportunity to get a professional solo shot, McClain couldn't help but include her son in the special moment.
The recent firing of Canadian Pacific Railway train conductor Stephanie Katelnikoff, reportedly stemming from her personal social-media postings, is raising red flags.
If you're one of the many office-workers who tend to experience a slump in the afternoon, you might be tempted to grab yourself a coffee or a can of Coke to get a much-needed boost. Scientists found that 10 minutes of walking up and down stairs at a regular pace is more likely to make you feel energized than ingesting 50 milligrams of caffeine. For the study researchers looked at 18 female college students, all of whom reported being chronically sleep deprived.
In recent years, fears that taking the Pill could raise the risk of breast and cervical cancer have been quelled by new research. In 2008, researchers found that regular use of oral contraceptives for 15 years could halve the risk of ovarian cancer.
It’s no secret that body confidence often gets better with age and Julie, a 57-year-old women from Texas, is living proof of that. She’s been named one of the ‘hottest tattooed elderly people’ on the Internet after she started uploading provocative pictures of herself onto Tumblr in 2012. Her site, ‘The Burning Lotus’, now has over 92,000 followers. But beware: It is 100% NSFW. So, if you’re reading this at work you may want to bookmark the article to read later.
Since her defeat in the US election *still sobbing*, Hillary Clinton has retreated somewhat from public life. In a video for the 2017 Makers Conference released on Monday, and her first statement since the inauguration, Clinton addressed the year’s theme (“Be Bold”), and delivered a rallying cry to women all around the world to continue the fight for gender equality. Issuing a call for women to keep the momentum going, Clinton explained that now more than ever, women need to remain strong.
What does the American Beauty look like?For photographer Carey Fruth, there is no one definition. She set out to prove that with her own take on the iconic rose petal scene from the film “American Beauty.”Even if you haven’t seen the movie, you’re likely familiar with the fantasy dream scene where a young, thin and blonde woman (Mena Suvari) sensually lies on a bed of rose petals.Drawing inspiration from that, Fruth photographed 14 women lying naked on a bed of lilacs, proving beauty comes in all shapes, sizes, colours and ages.“Almost every image you see in mainstream media is of one type of woman, thin white women to be specific,” Fruth told the Huffington Post.“But that is not actually the majority of women in our country look like. America is made up of all types of women. Women who are hungry to see themselves represented in a beautiful way. And why shouldn’t they?”What do you think of this photo shoot? Let us know by tweeting @YahooStyleCA.
If there was ever a woman to talk about the fashion industry’s recent acceptance revolution, it’s Ashley Graham. She sat down with Yahoo Style’s own Joe Zee to talk about it all — from the reason she wants the word “plus-size” banned to her thoughts on Kim K.’s nude selfie to how Gigi Hadid is a fashion inspiration.
#Twinning in bunny ears, getting your nails done, playing princess….it’s easy to see why emojis have become such a huge part of our daily communication.
#BloodyPrincess is taking the shame out of menstruation. Saint Hoax is a self-described PoP-litically incorrect artist and sociopolitical activist who uses her art to make statements about what she refers to as “beautiful visual lies that tell an ugly truth.” Her latest venture? The period.