Stephanie Corneliussen is fierce, she takes on bad ass roles, is jaw droopingly beautiful, oh, and she has a heart of gold. Certainly one that gets all mushy as soon as she is around adorable animals! To learn more about this strikingly fascinating and exquisite woman, and her experiences being plant-based, please click here.
Let us not repeat history. Concentration Camps are open along our border, and they are holding men, women, children, and Americans. The first step to changing history is to see it for what it is, David Pratt elaborates more here.
There are a lot of ways to start the conversation of environmental protection and climate change, but few are quite as eye catching as what The Good of the Hive is doing! Matthew Willey was inspired by one honey bee and it changed his live. Now he spreads the world of environmental awareness and the need for bees in huge stunning murals around The United States. To learn more about The Good of the Hive and bees, please read Jejune’s exclusive interview here.
Humans are creatures of habit. Ergo, when they see something that is different than what they are use to, sadly, many respond in fear rather than love and curiosity. This is what Jennifer Cheon Garcia learned growing up in a small town in Canada. Learn how Jennifer overcame the impact that bully had on her life, and her thoughts on bullying nowadays, in Jejune’s exclusive interview here.
After interviewing Lisa Linke, I knew I needed to have a new best friend. She is talented, passionate, hilarious, and tells it how it is. There were more than five times I found myself wanting to shout “hells yeah!” to her comments about women’s rights, equality, voting, and getting to know one’s period. Please read Jejune’s exclusive interview here. I know you will love her as much as I do!
Love, loss, and grief are powerful emotions that we don’t like to talk about, but to heal we need to, and we are stronger if we do it together. This is what Madilyn Bailey learned after losing her grandmother, and writing Red Ribbon. Click here to learn more and see our tribute editorial for her grandmother.
The new abortion laws that are rapidly being passed and proposed across our country are easily on the mind of most women in the US, but I know one southern belle who is speaking out! Jenn Lyon’s does more than take on passionate characters, but she is using her voice to speak out against the restrictions that are being put on women’s bodies and fighting for women’s rights. To learn more about Jenn and what she stands for, please read further in our exclusive interview here.
If this past weekend hasn’t proven to you that climate change is a worry, I don’t know what will! But is our future bleak or is there hope? David Pratt walks us through some of our options here.
Isabella Nicole maybe young, but she is already thinking about the future of our world. She can often be found signing at charity events that support mental health and fighting climate change. To learn more about Isabella and her new single, Headphones, please read our exclusive interview here!
What is the definition of being a female? Being a male? Being queer? Explore these concepts with this dynamic photography series from photographer Jesper Molin and model Lilith Etch, as you read along with Lilith’s thoughts on the topic here.
You may have heard of Zoe Saldana, but have you met her younger sister Cis Saldana? Cis is an amazingly passionate woman who is fighting to make the world a better place. Learn about the inspiring Cis, and her thoughts on immigration, the boarder, and Trump here!
Karimah Westbrook not only plays a passionate mother on CW’s All American, but she gives back to South Central Los Angeles’s youth through an amazing organization call A Place Called Home. To learn more about Karimah and A Place Called Home, please read further in Jejune’s exclusive interview here.
Youngeun brings her edgy South Korean style to New York City in a sustainable way. To learn more about her and her creative designs, please read our exclusive interview here.
Shakira Ja'nai Paye is an up and coming comedian that you don’t want to miss! To learn more about her, her comedic group Obama’s Other Daughters, her thoughts on prison reform, and who she feels should have been on the Iron Throne, please read Jejune’s exclusive interview here.
Hello, my name is Kira, and I’m a pole dancer. If there is an addiction to have, this is the one. Pole dancing has changed my life only for the better, like many others, but don’t just let me tell you that. Jejune was lucky enough to interview nine amazing dancers. Click here to learn more about the pole community and the inspiring people in it!
Diversity is spreading like wild fires in the fashion world, but has it been seen in fashion illustrations? Learn more here, by reading our exclusive interview with fashion illustrator Mandy Lau, as she helps to make the fashion world more colorful!
Patricia Velásquez brings kindness and love into everything she does, from being a super model, actress, mother, and through her NGO, The Wayuu Taya Foundation. The Wayuu Taya Foundation aids indigenous populations in Venezuela. However, the current political climate has just made life in Venezuela terrifying. Learn more about Patricia Velásquez, The Wayuu Taya Foundation, and what you can do to help, here!
What happens when your justice system is unjust? David Pratt speaks on the incarceration problems of The United States of America.
BPM - beat per minute. There are many ways to love and celebrate your body: eating healthy, dancing in front of your mirror, buying clothing that makes you feel good, and working out. That’s why we are excited over Ted Sun’s new editorial with French ex-pro basketball player, Chris Kadima at Wilhelmina Sports & Fitness, where he shows us some of his moves.
Pride month is a time to celebrate our LGBTQ+ sisters, brothers, and everything in between, but to also recognize the fight they have had to, and continue to, overcome. In my completely unbiased opinion, the LGBTQ+ community is one of the most amazing groups of people. No matter what is thrown at them they continue to shine, literally and figuratively, and Stephanie Rice is no exception. Despite coming from a very religious family who couldn’t accept her for all that she is, she is taking on the world by storm. Music was always her first love, but she has also tackled the science field, putting out important AIDS research, has been on The Voice, and her new single “Pages” is just beautiful. To learn more about this passionate creative woman, please read our exclusive interview here.
No better way to kick off Pride Month than with this set of amazing people! Ever wanted a radio station that is all LGBTQ+ all the time? Well, you are in luck! On top of the music being fabulous, Channel Q offers interesting programs that talk about socially aware issues, politics, racy content, and also love and romance. To learn more, please click here!
It is almost summer! All I want to do is go outside and celebrate! But with skin cancer being a real thing, first I need to find the perfect sunscreen. The Sunscreen Company makes natural sunscreen that will protect your skin, without injuring your body or turning you into a mime! To learn more, please click here.
From singer to activist Malynda Hale does it all! At a time when there is so much going on it is very refreshing to see more musicians tackling the hard issues through music. But Malynda doesn’t stop there! She also co-hosts a very interesting socially aware podcast called #WeNeedToTalk, acts, and is a vegan! To learn more about this incredibly intelligent and inspiring woman, please click here!
Meet the all natural, vegan, 100% organic beauty company, Bee Waxed. This family owned business is focused on giving users a clean option for their skin care before and after hair removal. To learn more, please click here.
Marie Avgeropoulos may be a complete bad ass on CW’s 100, in her role of Octavia Blake, but in real life she is so much more! This snowboarding Canadian, in addition to being proud to play such a strong woman on TV, is working towards making strong girls and women in India through Food For Life Vrindavan (FFLV), a nonprofit devoted to educating low-income girls in India. Please click here to learn more about Marie Avgeropoulos, FFLV, and how you can get involved!
What is better than an all natural, vegan, cruelty free beauty line? One that comes with magic, shimmer, and unicorns! Presto we have Full Unicorn! Please click here to learn all about this amazing beauty line and if unicorns are real…
The Prom is a fun colorful Broadway musical about four has-been Broadway stars that try to make the world a better place by gracing it with their presence. Learn more about this hilarious performance here!
Pole dancing has gotten a bad wrap over the years, but now it is starting to become a performance art that you can bring your grandmother to! Learn more here, as Jennifer shares her story of bring her grandmother to her dance at Schtick, one of the elite pole dancing shows in New York City.
Deaf designer, By Mara, uses American Sign Language (ASL) signs on her clothing to celebrate her language and culture. To learn more about this passionate artist, please click here!
When you office is a village in Uganda the world is a very different place. Learn more about how one man found a unique way to volunteer all over the world to help people live a healthier life.