Celebrity role models and inspiring feminist celebrities for girls and women everywhere.
Why I Sacked My Electrician for Calling Me Baby - Jemima Osunde Explains
Nigerian actress Jemima Osunde is having a bit of a Twitter showdown after revealing to her followers that she fired an electrician she called to do work in her house because he called her ‘baby’.
Romanticize Before Reading
Kate is great, someone told me once, about herself. The question or a question presented by a Tennessee based service known as The Daily Wire ( or Shapiro ) seemed to be about the relative grandeur of one Caitlyn Jenner. Sarah Silverman's opinion is that Cait ain't gubernatorial and is a rhymes with clot; either that or these people use one another for publicity purposes. I have nothing against a Jenner as a gubernatorial candidate. Ms. ( correct pronoun, politically? ) Jenner stacks up to me with any other entertainer/athlete/politician that I can think of. Of course, the paparazzi doesn't clamor for my opinion of Ms. Silverman's of Jenner's; I just don't resist presenting it. Mr. Jenner ( or whatever ) evidently would not have been a big fan of Renee Richards or something. At some point one may legitimately take issue with, if not insult Mr. J, it's just that the Kardashian/Jenner publicity machine makes it impossible to really damage him beyond a certain extent. He's just great tabloid, if not legitimate media material and I'd date him...well, maybe, maybe not. Photoshopped or even not Jenner looks well preserved and damn politics bores me to death right now. Ask me if I care about two million people sneaking across the border compared with even the outside chance that a transgender person is politically factoring into something. 'fraid not, as we used to say. I mean if the nation isn't starved for this type nonsense we never will be.
Good 4 U, Olivia Rodrigo
If you haven’t heard yet, the upcoming pop singer from HSMTMTS, Olivia Rodrigo, has released her new single and video for “Good 4 U.” In the past few months, she has released other top songs including the record-breaking debut single, “Driver’s License” along with “Deja Vu.” This is the third single off of her debut album. Many fans have already begun to compare this song to the vocals of Paramore’s Hayley Williams and as I am writing, the song hits number 3 on the iTunes Pop Charts...I imagine it will only go up from there. If you haven’t yet seen it, take a look at the video linked below:
Top 10 Most Powerful Female Leaders In the World
10. Indra Nooyi (1955- Present) Indra Nooyi- Most powerful Female Leader in the World Nooyi, CEO of PepsiCo, who was in 12th position in 2012 among top 100 power women, is now in the 10th position. PepsiCo is one of the world’s largest beverage industries, which Nooyi swiftly took to revenue boost. In the course of her career, Nooyi went through several struggles after her graduation; she became the chief financial officer of Tropicana and Quaker Oats Co in 2001 and finally became successful to attain the powerful position. PepsiCo has been rigorously competing with Coca-Cola and is in the way of food and beverage innovation. Nooyi has been successful in uplifting the poise of her company with considerable cut in liabilities and stock improvements.
Part 5:People Need To Start Taking Johnny Depp's Allegations Against Amber Heard Seriously
It’s been a while since I’ve touched on the Depp vs. Heard situation but I’m back, and here to bring the latest updates that have come to light since my last post. Some of this might be news you’ve already read but I think it bears repeating anyway. Here we go.
We know the name from the adverts on television and know that Estee Lauder is associated with beauty --- apart from this --- I didn’t even know that Estee Lauder was actually a woman who started a beauty empire. Who was she as a person? How did she become so popular? How did Estee Lauder become one of the 20 most influential business geniuses of the 20th Century?
To All The Women In History Who Made Us Who We Are Today.
Women are individuals in whom we all derive from , individuals whose love and strength comes from an inner relief of years obtaining desperation and suppression. This challenge is dedicated to all the strong women out there and yet I am uncapable of addressing this letter to one being ; therefore i must go ahead and express and share my Gratitude to all the women through out history who made us who we are today!
One solemn truth of human history is the presence of millions of stories that have all gone untold. Even if all the dead were remembered by the living, there wouldn’t be enough paper in the world to chronicle all their lives. There wouldn’t be enough time to relay every story by word of mouth. Millions of lives have been lived in hiding from the eyes of history, leaving marks on the world in ways the living will never quite remember or understand; then, teetering over the edge of an abyss are a few stories on the verge of being forgotten, like the story of a woman who was executed by the French government during World War I, which was the culmination of 41 years of a life that perfectly illustrated the need for women’s liberation. In the end, her only crime was her determination to provide for herself and to survive.
Official Millennial Black: Inspiring a Generation
Coming off the magical heels of Black History Month and in the effervescent throes of Women’s History Month, while we should always be sharing and celebrating these stories, what better time than now to continue highlighting strong, powerful, creative black women who continue shattering the glass ceiling in business, revolutionizing the media sphere, and inspiring this generation and beyond.
Healthy Roots Dolls
When I was growing up all dolls had straight blond hair and blue-eyes, from baby dolls to Barbies, so I never had a doll that looked like me. I’m not blond. I don’t have blue eyes. Ok, today I can have both, but what if I don’t want that?
The Simple Truth About Meghan Markle
Families are complicated, and integrating into someone else’s can be tough. No one knows this better than Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex.
Reconstructing the Norm
In honor of Black History month, I must say there is not enough ink in a box of pens to commemorate the multitude of black creators who have inspired me. While I reflect on challenges past and continuous, I can celebrate in strides the overarching progress made within the community. So much of this progress either acknowledged or overshadowed by events of the past year.