Inspirational Women

Maria Menounos Wants To Let You In On The Secret Of Life

Being diagnosed with a brain tumor opened the door to a new way of living for the TV host.

These Women Are On A Mission To Close The Orgasm Gap

Heterosexual men orgasm during sex roughly 95 percent of the time. For women, it’s just 65 percent.

I’m A Professional Cuddler For A Living

“Clients want the closeness and the intimacy that platonic cuddling brings.”

The Girl Who Fell From The Sky: Emma Carey On Living As A Paraplegic

“It was really bizarre, just no part of me believed it. When doctors said I was paraplegic, I never thought for a second it was true.”

How Natalie Ellis Became A CEO Before Turning 25

“I’m obsessed with the idea of making women feel like they can accomplish anything…”

How I Turned Clubbing Into A Career

My job is all about making people a superstar.

Single Moms Are Like Real-Life Wonder Women

“The number one thing moms never discuss are the days that are really hard.”

A Day In The Life Of An Adult Actress

“I don’t get where people get this idea that as a porn star I’m having sex all day. I’m on set for six hours, that doesn’t mean I’m having sex for six hours.”

Confession: I’m More Afraid Of Mothers’ Group Than Being A New Parent

One of our fave new authors, Chloe Flynn reveals the secret underworld of mothers’ group. 

Why I Chose To Work With Dead People For A Living

I used to play amongst the coffins or chat to the guys as they were polishing the hearses.

I Can’t Make Myself Hate Mandy Stadtmiller

Her new memoir, Unwifeable, is the filthiest – and most moving – fairy tale you’ll ever read.

A Brutally Honest Paloma Faith On Motherhood And Being Political

Foreword: My interview did not go to plan. Faith has a way of taking things in her own, refreshing direction.

Why Emma González Is Our SHESAID Woman Of The Year

“My name is Emma González. I’m 18 years old, Cuban and bisexual.”

Pregnancy Is Not A Joy: Pandora Sykes On Motherhood Myths

“I would never say pregnancy is a joy, because I personally don’t think it’s a joy. I think it’s a means to an end, a conduit to something else.”

Meet Rachel Burke. The Artist Saying Sorry With Pom Poms.

Don’t hold onto those words – you might miss the chance to apologize.

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