Wondering what to watch on Netflix this fall? These 14 conscious documentaries cover things like human rights, sustainability, racial justice, and feminism.
These five movies, old and new, warm our hearts with their strong, true depictions of female friendships.
The sidelines are no longer an option—remaining neutral in politics does more harm than good, and most often is a sign of privilege that must not be ignored.
Empathy is the ability to understand what another person is going through—it’s a skill we must practice constantly to better ourselves.
Reconnecting with your cultural background takes time and patience—our editor shares why it’s worth it, and why it’s never too late.
We took to our community to ask: what did your grandmother teach you about intentional living? Here’s what they said.
Irregular periods taught me how to come into my body on my own terms—and what womanhood truly means for me (hint: it has nothing to do with periods).
Instagram creates a path for anyone—no matter their gender, size, or race—to build a platform and use their voice for the betterment and inclusion of all.
Environmental justice is the intersection of both social justice and environmentalism—here’s why it’s essential for a truly sustainable future.
As conscious consumers, it's essential to vocalize our objections to make a positive difference for the people making our clothes and goods.
We are still living in a world that tells women to shrink in both size and sound—here’s how to reclaim your space and embrace your voice.
I’ve never had a sister—here’s how I’m building that experience for myself in my adult life.
These black women promote wellness and self-care within the black community and remind the world that wellness isn’t whiteness.
Tune in to one of these women’s wellness podcasts and learn something new about your health.
Created especially for the well-read and informed woman, here are our favorite daily newsletters to read each morning.
The ethical fashion space is not exempt from criticisms about discrimination, inclusivity, and diversity. Here’s where it’s succeeding—and where it must improve.
Belonging to yourself requires that we extend love and care to ourselves, with the same intensity and fervor as we do to others—if not more.
The fight for equal representation for Asian Americans is just beginning to pick up momentum.
If you’re looking for some fresh ink, consider supporting one of these talented tattoo artists.
It’s time to think deeply about changing the social climate. Here is a closer look at what it looks like to be a better ally to those living in the margins of society.
A look at the stigma still surrounding menstruation and what we can do to make periods a little easier for women around the world.
While the rise of green beauty shows promise for a healthier marketplace, the movement hasn’t always been inclusive or accessible to all women.