Today (June 26) the Supreme Court ruled that marriage is a right for all Americans, regardless of gender or sexuality. This ruling means that as of June 26, 2015, all 50 U.S. states MUST recognize all marriages AND issue marriage licenses to ALL couples who want to get married
Kinsey Morrison is an 18-year-old freshman at Stanford University. Her mothers, Karen and Audrey have been engaged for 20 years, but have been unable to wed due to a ban on gay marriage in their home state of Kentucky.
As the first teen to ever hold the position of Change Agent Facilitator at Boston’s Youth Lead the Change program, Mabel Gonzalez Nunez is in charge of helping Boston teens spend $1 million of the city’s money.
Finding the strength to speak up and ask for help is hard for everyone, and stigma and shame around mental health can often cause people to delay or avoid getting treatment all together. However, study after study, and real person after real person agree that therapy works, and is nothing to be ashamed of.
On May 23, the luck love of the Irish kicked in when the country voted in favor of marriage equality. According to Leo Varadkar, a Cabinet minister who’s watching the counting of the votes, not a single district has voted majority “no.”
As cool as it looks to blow stuff up and challenge Selena Gomez's Arsyn to a duel, the true feminist moments in "Mad Max: Fury Road" and "Bad Blood" are the parts where individual strengths were privileged over gender - or when gender was a non-issue all together.
Yesterday (May 19), we published the article, “Get Ready To Slow Clap — Emma Sulkowicz Carried Her Mattress To Her Columbia University Graduation,” and almost immediately, comments and tweets popped up asking us why we were cheering her on. Many readers pointed out that Columbia had dropped the charges against Sulkowicz’s accused rapist, and claimed that by supporting her art project, we were accusing an innocent person of rape.
History was made today when President Barack Obama officially sent out his first tweet. It’s unconfirmed if he actually wrote the tweet himself, or how long it took Sasha and Malia to teach him how to use the social media platform, but it seems like he was both ready and excited to get started.
On tonight’s episode of “Catfish,” we meet a young woman named Ari, who has asked Nev and Max to help her solve what is, for some people, a very complicated problem: Disclosing to Jamey, her online love-interest, that she is transgender.
On this week's episode of "Braless," Laci Green asks the question, "should we just get rid of frats?" Laci backs it up by listing off the pretty serious transgressions committed by fraternities over the past year.
Force Of The Future is a new initiative from the Department Of Defense which highlights the career paths of these special men and women, and asks potential recruits to consider joining the military when planning their careers. According to the Department of Defense, “Building the force of the future requires that we bring in the best technology, the best ideas from industry, and – above all – the best people to defend the nation.”
Whether it's Khloé Kardashian criticizing Amber Rose's past life as a stripper, or two college buddies joking around about each other's exploits, women still use female sexuality and the concept of being "impure" as an insult they can lob at each other.