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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 ×
In Defense Of Millennials – We’re Not An Entitled & Narcissistic Generation

In Defense Of Millennials – We’re Not An Entitled & Narcissistic Generation

By Jennifer Hacker It seems to me that every other day my Facebook news feed is cluttered with articles berating the millennial generation. Sites like The Huffington Post, Elite Daily, […]

September 11, 2014 ×
Teenage Girl Revolutionizing E-Commerce Thanks To MIT Launch Initiative

Teenage Girl Revolutionizing E-Commerce Thanks To MIT Launch Initiative

By Emma Kirst Who doesn’t want to change the world? I have always been told that I would have the opportunity to change the world eventually. Even at 16, the […]

September 4, 2014 ×
How An Unexpected Pregnancy Inspired A Catholic Schoolgirl To Start A Health Organization

How An Unexpected Pregnancy Inspired A Catholic Schoolgirl To Start A Health Organization

By Michelle Shegda There will come a time in your life when you realize you weren’t adequately prepared for what is to come. It could be something simple like how […]

August 28, 2014 ×
“It’s Not You…It’s Me.” Why Mr. Potential Is Not Mr. Right.

“It’s Not You…It’s Me.” Why Mr. Potential Is Not Mr. Right.

By Elena Murzello Two years ago, I gathered countless lessons from friends, family, and even strangers for The Love List. He was one of those strangers, and I had the […]

August 28, 2014 ×
How One Blogger Said “F#ck You!” To Negative Body Image Messages

How One Blogger Said “F#ck You!” To Negative Body Image Messages

We love Kat Lazo! If you aren’t yet familiar with the name, you gotta check out her amazing TEDx Talk she gave on how the digital age has impacted feminism, […]

August 7, 2014 ×
How A Career Change Saved My Sanity & My Health

How A Career Change Saved My Sanity & My Health

By Lisa Hirsch It was 3 a.m. on a chilly Venice Beach morning when I had my “something’s gotta give” moment. My boyfriend was sleeping soundly and I was sitting […]

July 24, 2014 ×
Breastfeeding Mommy Blogger Tackles Instagram’s Stance On Exposure

Breastfeeding Mommy Blogger Tackles Instagram’s Stance On Exposure

Meet Alexis Sassard. Texan, wife, mother and mommy blogger. Of course those labels only scratch the surface of this woman, but for the sake of this blog post, those words […]

July 9, 2014 ×
How An Eating Disorder, A Breakup & Cancer Led Me To My Purpose

How An Eating Disorder, A Breakup & Cancer Led Me To My Purpose

By Laura Yates   If you had said to me 10 years ago, that in 2014 I would have started a business as a coach and mentor, I would have […]

May 29, 2014 ×
Beauty Queen Laments How Women Are Conditioned To Hide Their Age

Beauty Queen Laments How Women Are Conditioned To Hide Their Age

By Diane Meers Moseying around social media, one of my favorite pages dedicated to science asked, “If you could go anywhere in our known universe, where would you go? Be […]

May 15, 2014 ×
I Was Sexually Abused & Spoke Up About It. Here’s Why You Should Too…

I Was Sexually Abused & Spoke Up About It. Here’s Why You Should Too…

My name is Isabella Grosso and I am a California native who dedicated my life to the biggest passion of my life: the art of dance. I started dancing at […]

May 5, 2014 ×
10 Dating Tips You Should Never Ever Follow

10 Dating Tips You Should Never Ever Follow

By Nina Elcao   Ladies, I’m here to save you. For too long I have noticed popular dating advice that detracts the key ingredient of attracting the man you deserve […]

April 30, 2014 ×