#ShePersisted Inspiration From This Black History Month

Following Senator Elizabeth Warren being silenced by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell during a session on February 7, the hashtag, #ShePersisted has offered a new battle cry to women. The Atlantic reports Warren was interrupted while reading a letter written by Coretta Scott King, in which she opposed newly appointed Attorney General Jeff Session’s then […]

The White House Friendship You Never Hear About—But We’re So In Love With

During the past eight years, President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden have blessed us with their White House friendship. No matter your political affiliation, it’s hard to resist the heartwarming and sometimes cheeky bromance. Obama is the wise and supportive father figure you wish would legally adopt you, while Biden is your wacky […]

Planned Parenthood is Safe and So Are Your Birth Control Options

President Obama recently signed a newly proposed rule by the Department of Health and Human Services declaring that states cannot withhold Title X from recipients. In other words, local and state agencies can no longer defund family planning providers such as Planned Parenthood. Such providers help women of all ages with the information and care […]

Why You Need to Vote

The 2016 Presidential Campaign has been a wild ride of drama, slander, and finger-pointing. Let’s be honest: it’s been an all-out catfight. And yes, I’m still talking about the race for the American Presidency, not last week’s episode of “The Real Housewives.” With that said, the easiest decision to make here would be to not […]

The Demise of Pepe the Frog

Originally of MySpace fame, the awkward green amphibian known as Pepe—or “Sad Frog” as he’s called in creator Matt Furie’s 2005 comic series “Boy’s Club”—has landed in some hot water this election year. The character exploded on the Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook scene back in 2014 as a meme frogifying innocent and funny scenarios that […]