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I Chose Gratitude, And Watched My Entire Life Change Before My Eyes

I Chose Gratitude, And Watched My Entire Life Change Before My Eyes

By Kate DesRosier It’s true, spending time thinking about the things going right in your life does shift perspective and lead to better outcomes. It’s not always easy, but I […]

January 16, 2015 ×
Leelah Alcorn: A Glimpse Into The Tragedy Of Hatred Toward LGBTQ Youth

Leelah Alcorn: A Glimpse Into The Tragedy Of Hatred Toward LGBTQ Youth

By Jennifer Sawyer In 1987, hate crimes were committed against LGBT members every hour, according to the LGBT Resource Guide from Adam and Eve. If you’re thinking that statistic is […]

January 15, 2015 ×
Start The Year With An Entrepreneurial Mindset, Not “Business As Usual”

Start The Year With An Entrepreneurial Mindset, Not “Business As Usual”

By Makeva Jenkins Before you enter the New Year, there are 4 important key items you should do to ensure the growth and success of your business. 1. Make A […]

January 8, 2015 ×
The Simple Tool Which Enabled This Woman To Go From Makeup Artist To Mogul

The Simple Tool Which Enabled This Woman To Go From Makeup Artist To Mogul

By Amy Nicole I believe achieving success can be attributed to one main principle. Always set goals. Write them down, think about them and then get to work to make […]

January 5, 2015 ×
A Male View On How Women Have Overcome Oppression Throughout History

A Male View On How Women Have Overcome Oppression Throughout History

By Victor Correa A woman is one of the most complex creatures on the Earth. However, today she’s still subjugated, oppressed and treated as a mere zoo animal. In recent […]

January 5, 2015 ×
Being Bullied For Tourette Syndrome, OCD & ADHD Helped Me Become A Conquerer

Being Bullied For Tourette Syndrome, OCD & ADHD Helped Me Become A Conquerer

By Hayley Gripp When I look into a mirror, I catch a glimpse of a pretty girl with red hair. But the longer I study her, the more I begin […]

December 14, 2014 ×
Work Hard On Your Job, & Make A Living. Work Hard On Yourself, & Make A Fortune

Work Hard On Your Job, & Make A Living. Work Hard On Yourself, & Make A Fortune

By Maria Melendez In Order to Have More You Have to Become More. Learn to work harder on yourself than you do on your job. If you work hard on […]

December 14, 2014 ×
Why The Benefits of Sisterhood Will ALWAYS Outweigh Bitchy Dramz

Why The Benefits of Sisterhood Will ALWAYS Outweigh Bitchy Dramz

After reading “Stiletto Network” by Pamela Ryckman, 24 year old Deja Jones got the idea of starting her own networking group for young women her ages 17-30 where they could […]

December 7, 2014 ×
BARE Campaign Asking Women To Strip Away Clothes & Insecurities All At Once

BARE Campaign Asking Women To Strip Away Clothes & Insecurities All At Once

By Michelle Fetsch When I was 8 years old I was the epitome of a little girl: Really creative and expressive with boundless energy and endless imagination. I had so […]

December 7, 2014 ×
“My Annual Gynecological Exam”, As Told By A 35 Y/O Unmarried Writer

“My Annual Gynecological Exam”, As Told By A 35 Y/O Unmarried Writer

By LaTisha Conto I recently went in for my annual gynecological exam. What follows is the transcript of that visit. I have not in anyway created any dialogue (though I […]

November 30, 2014 ×
How Miss America Saved Me From An Abusive Relationship & A Lifetime Of Victimhood

How Miss America Saved Me From An Abusive Relationship & A Lifetime Of Victimhood

By Aniska Tonge I’m still afraid. Afraid of what people might think or say. Afraid of sharing too much. I am an avid believer in keeping some things, most things, […]

November 16, 2014 ×
Does My Parents’ Divorce Make Me Damaged Goods?

Does My Parents’ Divorce Make Me Damaged Goods?

By Lauren Alicia I’m not damaged goods, even if I come from something that is broken. I’m talking about the hope that was restored after the two people that made […]

October 24, 2014 ×
Simone Heng: A Model & Spokeswoman Defying Industry Stereotypes

Simone Heng: A Model & Spokeswoman Defying Industry Stereotypes

By Simone Heng Something happened to me recently after hosting the final fashion show at Telstra Perth Fashion Festival. I had had a wonderful 3 days of being paid to […]

October 16, 2014 ×
Aussie Woman Running Ultramarathon To Campaign Against Domestic Violence

Aussie Woman Running Ultramarathon To Campaign Against Domestic Violence

On 14 November, one determined woman, Kirrily Dear, will begin an 860km run through regional NSW, Australia to raise funds and to get people thinking about what they can do […]

September 26, 2014 ×
Indie Film ‘Dragonfly’ Surpassing Mainstream Hollywood In One Main Area

Indie Film ‘Dragonfly’ Surpassing Mainstream Hollywood In One Main Area

We’re a big supporter of female filmmakers here at GTHQ. It is our passion to increase the visibility and representation of women in all industries, but since we are geared […]

September 25, 2014 ×