If you’re a millennial—or a gen Z’er with great taste in movies—you can likely quote the Mean Girls line by heart.
The photos went instantly viral: A young woman, focused and athletic, running the London marathon with a crimson stain across her inner thighs.
In 2017, an unlikely protagonist hit the global newscycle.
If you eat gluten free, you’ve likely run into it: the dreaded crumbly, gummy gluten-free baked good.
Most of us who menstruate have been there. You’re out in public, go to the bathroom, and discover that your period has made an early or irregular appearance.
When was the first time you sat out something you really wanted to do because you had your period?
In summer 2020, the Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland (ASAI) took an advertisement off the air after receiving 84 complaints from television viewers.
You’d be hard-pressed to find an ingredient that is more versatile in the kitchen than olive oil. But how long does olive oil last before it turns from liquid gold to rancid?
We’ve all seen that commercial. You know the one.
On September 2, 2019, a group of women took to Twitter with a challenge: Ask your boyfriend or partner what they think the little “R” marking on tampons means.