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“I’m so incredibly proud of my wife,” Prince Harry said after Meghan Markle gave birth to their baby boy early Monday morning.
The “Harry Potter” star’s support for the trans community has some fans riled up — while others are calling her “the brightest witch of her age.”
“A guy can’t even open a door for a lady without being called a pig," Donald Trump's alleged former mistress says of #MeToo.
On the same day Ivanka Trump attended a women's empowerment event, POTUS slammed women who have made "false statements" about him and Brett Kavanaugh.
At the 2017 Miss USA Pageant, Kára McCullough told the audience she considered herself an "equalist" and not a "feminist." One year later, she explains why she stands by that answer.
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During Milan Fashion Week, Gucci staged a spectacular yet peculiar fashion show that included "cyborg" models — which, upon a deeper look, possessed an underlying, metaphorical feminist message.
Anchors from WGN-TV questioned Hoda Katebi on her Iranian-American identity. Katebi, who went on the show to discuss her work dealing with the intersectionality of fashion and activism, as well as her photography book Tehran Streetstyle, was instead asked questions with Islamophobic overtones. What are your thoughts?” Katebi was asked by WGN-TV anchor Robin Baumgarten.
In light of the Time's Up movement, which celebrities marked by wearing all black to the 2018 Golden Globes, one wonders: Why can't smart women love fashion and be activists for change?
Sherin Khankan is the imam of Denmark’s Mariam Mosque, the country's first and only woman-led mosque, which she launched in 2016. “I believed it was time to change the patriarchal structure of Islam for a new generation of Muslims by rereading the Koran with a focus on women’s rights, on gender equality, and by promoting female Muslim leadership in the mosque,” she says.
During Paris Fashion Week, Dior creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri unveiled her second feminist T-shirt with the slogan “Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?”
Billabong's photos featured what's been called a male "subject" surfing waves and a female "object" posed seductively in a bikini.
“I decided who I wanted to be, and that is who I am.” Wise words by a lady who revolutionized women’s dress codes in the 1920s, the champion of pantsuit nation of her time, and the ultimate badass feminist — and she’s still being celebrated today because frankly, there is, was, and never will be anybody like Coco Chanel! Chapter 18: Gabrielle, a Rebel at Heart is one of four short films being released on the Inside Chanel website the French house is releasing this year. This is the year of Gabrielle at Chanel, and the label will be celebrating themes that are very poignant to our world today: rebellion, freedom, passion, and allure.
The bestselling ‘Princess Diaries’ author explains why princesses can be feminists. “The first princess I ever wrote fan fiction about was Princess Leia,” Princess Diaries author Meg Cabot tells Yahoo Beauty. The Star Wars heroine definitely made an impression on Cabot from an early age.
The video follows an Australian women – clearly not using the new Sofy BeFresh pads – on the day that she finds out she has her period. At that moment the thin actress suddenly becomes plus-sized and sloppy, laying around the house, complaining on the phone to friends, fighting with her cat and ordering pizza.
“I personally think women should be running the world. I believe women are so much more sensible, have so much better intuition and ultimately are stronger.”SourceSource: Yahoo Magazines PYC