Celebrities sharing their sexuality can help others feel less alone.
The London-based comedian says she never suspected Schofield could be going through the same battle her husband did.
“You like beings. You like what you like. Doesn’t have to be a girl or a guy or a he or she or they or this or that."
The latest FDA announcement targets women's health, warning about the risks associated with vaginal rejuvenation therapies.
Disney star Alyson Stoner pens an open letter to Teen Vogue about her sexuality and the confronting her identity and faith.
There's a big problem with Vogue 's recent Kendall Jenner interview. Actually, there are a couple of problems. The first is that the interviewer asked Jenner about rumours that she's gay. If someone is gay, it's up to them to choose when and how to tell someone (or the whole world, in Jenner's case).
Recently, some of those dreams were shot down thanks to some nasty comments on social media. ALSO SEE: Blogger claims social media helped her go from famished to fit “People are going to see THAT when you apply for jobs,” one commenter wrote on a photo of Engels in a bikini. “If you’re really serious about having a career, you won’t post pictures like that,” wrote another. Not with that photo!” “I’m not afraid to post pictures on my social media accounts of myself in a bikini, and so I do,” Engel says in an article for The Tab. With how vocal I am about my future career, people feel the need to lecture me about how pictures like that will get me in trouble in the long run.” A photo posted by Clarity Engel (@clarity_engel) on Jun 6, 2016 at 3:22pm PDT Instead of letting these comments get to her, Engel decided to fight back. “As I began to further look into this controversial topic, I found that men mostly, were the ones making the degrading comments to women, even though they faced no backlash when posting pictures of themselves in Speedos or, in many male celebrities cases, nude for magazines,“ she tells the Mirror. "I felt a duty to my fellow women to speak out against this issue and common double-standard.” ALSO SEE: Study reveals that body confidence is a global issue for girls To make her point, Engel posted even more shots of herself in a bikini instead of being bullied into pulling down the ones she had up before.
Can you really call a series of nude photos a ‘fashion shoot’ if there is no actual fashion involved? The photos, shared on both Emily and the magazine’s Instagram accounts, show the actress straddling a horse completely starkers, with nothing but her long brunette locks protecting her modesty.
British designer Ashish is forever pushing the boundaries when it comes to sexual diversity and fluidity. Never one to shy away from nudity, the human form or sex Ashish has recently created a new Instagram called ‘Taint By Ashish’. To which Ashish stated his work is NOT pornographic and that they should use their imagination (followed with the hashtag #dontbeahater).
Parents in Bletchley, Milton Keynes have been left angry after their teenage daughters were sent home due to the length of their skirts, being told it would encourage “boys to peer up them”. The school sent home students who were wearing skirts that were shorter than the regulated knee length or trousers that they deemed too tight.
Female students in Australia were told their skirt lengths were distracting to male staff [Photo: Rex]
We are all used to seeing sassy slogans on clothes. However, LA- based studio Otherwild have just taken it to a whole new level of awesome by teaming up with the lesbian culture Instagram account, Her Story.
In “Baby Woman,” an essay written for Lena Dunham’s Lenny newsletter, Ratajkowski opened up about how family members and school officials pressured her to cover up her changing body and suppress her sexuality. The “Gone Girl” actress explains that the desire of her friends and family for her to “keep a low profile” stemmed from a good place, but was poorly executed – and misunderstood.