Lately, I’ve been reading a lot of books written by female authors, and am anticipating more books written by women…
Happy Women’s History Month! In order to acknowledge how amazing women are, I thought I’d share a few resources pertaining to gender equality.
Hi everyone! Because March is Women’s History Month, I want to talk about a small shop located in Tustin, California called Sugar Press.
Emma Watson is a widely known celebrity, mainly for her role as Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter movies. However, since then, she has become a very influential speaker for gender equality and women’s rights
Ruth Bader Ginsburg was one of the most respected and notable women in the world. As a Supreme Court Justice, she represented women worldwide, fighting for equality and women’s rights.
With the wave of feminism that has been steadily growing over the past few decades, sometimes we women might think we must always present ourselves as strong, level-headed, and fierce. I’m here to tell you that there is no shame in being the woman you want to be, no matter what you believe in.
I am a woman who gets her period. I go to CVS monthly, swipe my card for pads and tampons, and end up spending over $240 a year on period products. How are women still having to pay for period products?
Studies have shown that typically, females tend to advocate for themselves less than males, particularly in work environments. What can be done about this perpetuated gap? The answer lies in self-advocacy and, as always, allyship.
It’s March, and that means it’s Women’s History Month! I want to take this opportunity to give a shoutout to some of my favorite female-owned businesses in Los Angeles.
From starting her first major role in Disney Channel’s Shake It Up, to landing big-time roles in Euphoria, Zendaya has…