A first-year student at the University of Calgary in Canada simply wanted to get in contact with a woman he met at a bar, but what he got was much more than he bargained for.
"Stop telling women to look pretty and stop having a voice in 2018," Iggy Azalea said after a fan responded to her racy photo shoot.
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.
International Women’s Day, which falls on March 8 each year, is the perfect excuse to spoil your best mate rotten and celebrate the fact that she’s your one and only. Because of that, we’ve searched high and low for the most empowering and fun-loving treats you can buy your gal pal. Gift her with one of these bad boys and you’ll be in her good books for the rest of the year.
Can we change the hashtag to #WomenCrushWednesday? Because on Tuesday night, L'Oreal celebrated a string of admirable women at their annual Women of Worth event in New York City. The extraordinary honorees included Karlie Kloss, who turned heads in a floor length white dress with floral cut-outs, Julianne Moore, and Freida Pinto, all faces of the brand who use their fame for good—and we couldn’t possibly choose just one. Last night, their noble work was acknowledged.
Time to gather your BFFs: It’s officially the year of the brat girl pack. #SquadGoals has taken social media by storm; the cast of HBO’s GIRLS has redefined true friendship; Taylor Swift’s list of lady lovers goes on for years; and now, Madonna’s following in the 25-year-old singer’s footsteps by enlisting music’s fiercest females in her “Bitch I’m Madonna” (obviously) music video. In a very “Bad Blood”-like roll out —red, black, and white poster board included—Madonna took to Instagram to share that Beyoncé Knowles, Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry, Nicki Minaj, and Rita Ora will be starring in the video that’s “coming soon.” This announcement may or may not be better than when Madge premiered a video on Snapchat for her first single, “Living for Love .”