Breitbart outrages in print media and sexism out the wazoo on live television says a lot about how strong, intellectual women are being talked about in the news.
A mother, cult survivor and slave, Sojourner Truth becomes one of the most influence women in history, approaching the first wave of feminism.
Women, men and children march for women’s rights on Market Street in St. Louis on Saturday morning. They’re holding up hand-made signs and shouting into the sky as they march for equality. They’re wearing pink hats and chanting, “Stronger! Together!”
The HBO television hit Girls, launched in April of 2012. Lena Dunham wrote the show, directed the show, and was also the lead character.
If you could name another 18 year old who has been to India to fight for women’s healthcare and has over 10 international connections, I’d be shocked. Nicole Williams did, however. And she’s just getting started.
“It all begins in the kitchen.” Jillian Tedesco created her company Fit-Flavors to help those who wanted to eat healthy but didn’t have the time. With this idea in mind she created a health and nutrition empire. Continue reading “Jillian Tedesco founder of Fit-Flavors”
At 15 years old St. Louis’s own Mikaylin Padilla had an idea. Starting with a simple Ariel costume, Mikaylin now owns her own company called Simply a Princess- a company in which her and several other girls of her own age, play out the magic of Disney princesses to bring joy to kids. From charities to birthday parties, the princesses stay royally true to their character. Continue reading “Simply a Princess- The double life of Mikaylin Padilla”