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Image: Tumblr You recently took down "thigh gaps" on Instagram. What inspired that? In a lot of today's media, we hear the
In Greece in the 5th century B.C., women fashioned tampons out of lint rolled around wood. Cue: instant gratitude for the
When it comes to leadership at top companies that market to women, it turns out that it's still a boys club.
“Typically the prototype of the leader is a white male,” said Ragins, the University of Wisconsin professor. “So when we
It's 2013. Way past time we had some funny, delightful ads about tampons in general and the vagaries of impending womanhood in particular. So let's all give up a grrrl round of applause for Hello Flo, a company that doesn't just deliver the goods to our doorstep, but also breaks decades of some seriously stupid advertising precedents.
Menstrual product advertising is not exactly known for its honesty. After all, it wasn't until 2011 that a company -- Always
In F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby, narrator Nick Carraway remarks, "You can't repeat the past." To which Jay Gatsby replied, "You can't repeat the past? Why of course, you can."