Well, it appears The Daily Mail has finally outdone itself. After reporting rumours that First Lady Melania Trump used to be a sex worker (and getting hit with a whopping lawsuit in response), the British tabloid's latest cover reduces the leaders of the U.K. to...a headline about their legs? The cover features British Prime Minister Theresa May and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon alongside the headline "Nevermind Brexit, who won Legs-it!" This is a headline that, aside from being astoundingly sexist and objectifying and generally in poor taste both politically and journalistically, is also a question.
Lara Trump is taking a turn in front of the camera. The wife of President Trump‘s son Eric, who recently announced that she’s expecting her first child, posed for a photo shoot and opened up a bit about life in the first family during a recent interview with Hello magazine. “The Secret Service is made up of absolutely wonderful people,” she said.
Judge Neil Gorsuch was flanked by women in white during his Senate confirmation hearing on March 22. Some Twitter users noticed an interesting wardrobe choice made by the women surrounding Judge Neil Gorsuch during his confirmation hearing on March 22: They wore white.
Hats carrying President Trump’s slogan “Make American Great Again” have become objects of social experimentation, discrimination, and occasional violence. The fire-engine red hat worn by supporters of President Trump are probably the most divisive fashion item since Yankee Doodle stuck a feather in his cap and called it macaroni. Greg Piatek, 30, an accountant from Philadelphia, was turned away from the Happiest Hour, a West Village watering hole, for wearing his Trump hat.
Congressional candidate Alejandra Campoverdi has faced her share of sexism for daring to be a multidimensional woman.
This time, the retailer beloved by millennials everywhere is stirring up controversy by selling T-shirts that may contain racist propaganda, reports the local Fox40 news affiliate in Modesto, Calif. Customer Stella Lopez was shopping at an outpost of the chain this past weekend when she and friend Amie Alton spotted a rack of graphic tees adorned with the number 88. The number 88 is in fact a well-documented if slightly under-the-radar code phrase among white supremacists that stands for “Heil Hitler.” H is the eighth letter in the alphabet, making two H‘s a form of in-the-know shorthand for the infamous Nazi salute that has unfortunately risen in popularity in recent years as a subtle way to avoid using overtly racist terminology while communicating the same message.
Everyone except Kellyanne Conway, it would seem. White House counselor Kellyanne Conway recently revealed her glamorous side. Upon closer inspection, Twitter users noticed a hilarious glamour shot lurking in the background of some of the candid snaps — it featured a younger Conway wearing a dark fur coat.
Texas State Representative Jessica Farrar has introduced what seems to be a satirical bill that would regulate men’s reproductive health. A Texas lawmaker has put forth a sarcastic new bill that would penalize men in the state for what are deemed “unregulated masturbatory emissions,” according to the document. State Rep. Jessica Farrar filed the satirical “men’s health” bill in response to potential laws filed by men regarding women’s health care.
Melania and Ivanka Trump celebrated International Women’s Day on Wednesday by hosting an intimate lunch at the White House.
While millions of men and women across the world seize International Women’s Day as a chance to recognize the fight toward gender equality, retailers still have the bottom line in mind. Normally, that kind of exploitation wouldn’t ruffle feathers, but this year it directly contradicts a central goal to International Women’s Day’s “Day Without Women” strike. An email from KateSpade.com with the subject line “women empowering women” touted “on purpose” handbags, which consumers were then directed to on the Kate Spade site.
Hillary Clinton spoke on overcoming obstacles and supporting other women on Tuesday afternoon at the 2017 Girls Inc. New York luncheon in New York City. Hillary Clinton wore a red pantsuit to the 2017 Girls Inc. New York luncheon in New York City. For the speaking engagement, the former secretary of state wore a red pantsuit, which many associated with Clinton’s support of International Women’s Day 2017.
“Stressed” is the most common word that women use right now to describe how they feel as females in today’s world, according to the results of an exclusive new Yahoo survey. March 8 is International Women’s Day, and because our audience is pretty equally split down the center when it comes to politics, Yahoo Style + Beauty decided that instead of going on strike to support “A Day Without Women,” like many women’s websites, we’d present the results of a survey of a nationally representative group of 650 American women of different ages, backgrounds, and ethnicities. Among the findings: Women are worried about finances (but not so much about equal pay), were basically behind the Women’s March (but say their community involvement has not changed that much since Donald Trump’s election), and have some very complicated feelings about the current state of feminism.
Wednesday is International Women’s Day so Yahoo Style is highlighting a few of the powerful women who are living by the year’s IWD theme, #BeBoldForChange, which calls on women to help forge a more gender-inclusive world. Just a few weeks ago, Brooklyn-born Nelini Stamp, 29, an Occupy Wall Street alum and national membership director for the progressive Working Families Party, and Elizabeth Zeldin, 37, a mom of two and nonprofit housing worker with little activist background, didn’t know each other.
Wednesday is International Women’s Day, so Yahoo Style is highlighting a few of the powerful women who are living by the year’s IWD theme, #BeBoldForChange, which calls on women to help forge a more gender inclusive world. Lindsay Rodriguez, 34, is from Austin, Texas, and is the coordinator of the National Abortion Access Bowl-a-Thon. For Rodriguez, the real turning point came in 2011, when the conservative Texas state lawmakers approved legislation to defund Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers, resulting in the closing of more than 60 family planning clinics statewide.
It’s no surprise to anyone who follows her on social media, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau is an advocate for many things: eating disorder awareness, mental health initiatives and gender equality. This week, as we mark International Women’s Day, let’s celebrate the boys and men in our lives who encourage us to be who we truly are, who treat girls & women with respect, and who aren’t afraid to speak up in front of others. Take a picture holding hands with your male ally & share it on social media using the hashtag #TomorrowInHand.
Anousheh Ansari accepted the award for Best Foreign Language Film for “The Salesman” at the Academy Awards on behalf of the film’s director, Asghar Farhadi. While airing the acceptance speech, an Iranian television network Photoshopped more clothing onto Ansari and presenter Charlize Theron.
Kellyanne Conway has responded to “couchgate.” After a photo with her feet tucked up underneath her on the couch in the Oval Office while the president met with the heads of the country’s historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) sent the Internet fully ablaze, the senior adviser to President Trump has offered up an explanation for her pose.
For her father’s first address to a joint session of Congress, Ivanka Trump took off her choker and bright red blazer that she wore to the White House earlier on Tuesday and changed into yet another youthful look.
On Tuesday evening, President Trump delivered his first address to a joint session of Congress — and first lady Melania Trump marked the occasion with a sequined black power suit, complete with a wide waist-defining black belt.
When President Trump made his first joint address to Congress on Tuesday night, he stood flanked by his vice president, Mike Pence, and the speaker of the House, Paul Ryan.
The Democratic women of the House sat together and formed an entire section of white. Rep. Judy Chu, D-Calif., explained to Yahoo Style that the Democratic women of the House of Representatives’ matching looks were a coordinated ode to the suffragettes who fought for women’s right to vote and wore white while doing so. “In just his first days, [Trump] and congressional Republicans have made it a priority to attack a woman’s constitutional right to an abortion and instilled terror in immigrant mothers, daughters, and wives,” said Chu.
Isabel Rose, a New York mother and writer who hails from a wealthy real estate family, penned a poignant open letter to Ivanka Trump that was inspired by her transgender daughter. Rose states in the heart-to-heart letter that she hopes Ivanka’s father, President Trump, will reconsider revoking a federal rule that protected trans persons and their right to use the bathroom of the gender with which they identify.
After Donald Trump called Hillary Clinton “such a nasty woman” at their third debate, a microeconomy of memes, mugs, tees, notebooks, and other merch was born.