Rock the Red Pump: Women & Children HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

Add Some Color to Your Wardrobe I'm going to make selecting your outfit for tomorrow a little bit easie...more

International Women's Day Awareness

Today is March 8 -- the 100th International Women's Day and the web is full of amazing sites focused on ...more

On Shaving: It's MY Body

I hate shaving. But society tells me that I am repulsive to the visual senses of humanity if my female body is strewn with naturally grown hair. I was treated with repulsion as early as twelve from a group of girls in a New Jersey sleep over camp run by strict Catholic nuns. Diving into the pool in my modest and second-hand one-piece suit, a bunch of girls started laughing at me. They came up to me, jeering, and pointing to the hair that had just begun to grow under my arms. I felt ashamed, and I blamed (yes, you guessed it) my mother for refusing to teach me how to shave my arm pits and legs. ...more
You being young as you were it's extremely distasteful to be laughed at something you did not ...more

International Women's Day

It is the 100th anniversary of the first International Women's Day, today, and I am left without words.  So many women have shaped me and influenced my life, and I am grateful for every one of them.  Here is a tribute to the closest of the bunch. ...more

Women Bickering : A Woman Thing

We all know that March is National Women History Month. Blogher has profiled and continues to bring their readers some of the most incredible and awesome women on the planet now and somewhere in the hereafter, leaving legacies for generations to come. Okay, having said all of that and truly being awakened to the truth of a women world contributions, I do have a bone to pick with us-sort of. You see, I've been writing about women issues for years....more

Beauty Booty at $10.00/Month

Ever wanted to try that luscious emerald green eyeliner but didn’t feel like risking $18 in case it didn’t work out? Might you or someone you know be a sucker for sample makeup?...more

Marriage: What Are We Waiting For?

I was talking with my grandparents last night, and we were discussing how it seems the current trend is to get married at much older ages than back in their time.  They were saying that men need to step up to the plate and stop waiting for the perfect time to get married because that “perfect” time will never come.  There are always going to be money constraints, there are always going to be problems at your job, there are always going to be issues with your family—so if you are waiting for those things to go away or get better, you will be waiting for a while....more

Celebrating Women's Day 100th Anniversary in Denver

International Women’s Day is March 8, 2011 and women across the globe will be gathering in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the event.  From Bangor to Bangladesh, Miami to Mozambique,  and, of course, Denver, Colorado, many celebrities, athletes, political figures, and business owners from every walk of life will come together to honor women and to speak about women’s issues and what all of us can do to “enlighten women’s hearts and empower women’s minds…for a better world.”   In Denver, Colorado, Nina Nichols, CEO a...more

On The Road: Makeup Packing Tips

This is the first edition of my On The Road series, which will cover all my female-oriented travel tips and packing advice, to allow you to still look great on the road, while saving money and traveling light. ...more

Constant Counting

The National Institute for Mental Health (NIMH) reports that 3% of people in the United States have OCD. Typical age of onset for boys is 6 to 15, while for women it is often later, between the ages of 20 and 30. Research suggests that genetics, abuse, and other factors contribute to the development of the disorder....more