By Leah Melby, Glamour At this point, it's become abundantly clear that the entire Kardashian-Jenner family is full of moguls. The youngest of the bu...
As much as I adore the unseasonably mild winter, it is finally time to weather the streets of the City and protection and warmth are key. That doesn't...
Bullying is a societal issue with potentially detrimental ripple effects spreading well beyond the perceived victim, to negatively impact the wellbei...
Kylie Jenner's photo and the conversation around it made me uncomfortable as a disabled person, but not just because she was using a wheelchair as a prop. I was uncomfortable when I read Tweets that suggested that the wheelchair was used as a prop to symbolize the "limitations" Kylie Jenner experienced through being famous.
Linda Gomez started experimenting with naturally enhancing her lips at the age of 50. She noticed that as she aged, her lips were getting thinner. She didn't want surgery or injections and she realized that when someone kisses you and sucks on your lips, your lips become fuller.
Arguing in and of itself can be very upsetting, so it isn't surprising that some people look to avoid it completely. The problem is that if you do that you will close off an important channel of communication that can eventually lead to a better place.
In an era of uncensored personal exposure, fiction and script condemnation and pop culture worship of the everyday man, self branding arises as one of the most promising and lucrative marketing plans of the second half of our decade.
Andy Cohen is messy. We know this. That said, he got too messy labeling 16-year-old actress Amandla Stenberg "Jackhole of the Day" on Sunday night's episode of Watch What Happens Live. What's worse, Laverne Cox and Andre Leon Talley, two Black folk, sat there and let that slide.
The moment mainstream media respectfully recognizes, acknowledges and represents the source, purpose, and most importantly the people behind different cultures, rather than reduce it to just costumes or hot trends, is the moment we can begin to define "cultural exchange."
Everyone leaves comments on celebrity Instagram pictures. It's just a thing that people do now. Some leave pleasent comments, others leave hateful messages, and some try to use high profile accounts to promote themselves.
Jenner is stunning in everything from a sleek black bodycon dress to sequined top, and a multicolored mini.
I finally hit the wall. I can't take it anymore. As a reporter and admitted purveyor of pop culture, I must bite the hand that feeds me and officially...
Once Kris realized that the Sawyer interview drew 17 million viewers on a Friday night -- making it one of the highest rated shows of the year, she began whistling a different tune.
As more white women turn to bronzers, lip injections, butt implants and the like, black women are still forced to maintain more conservative images in public to counteract stereotypes based on these features.
Porsha W. is definitely having a Good Friday with her overly laid hair and pink popping lips. Let's not forget those of-the-moment thick brows. And Cynthia's serving up a bit of Lion Babe with her au natural curly do.
Over the last few months, corporations have found a new way to gain attention on Twitter: tweeting rap lyrics and other allusions to hip-hop culture. The culprit that has most popularly surfaced across Twitter timelines is IHOP, which tweets edited versions of lyrics from songs by artists such as Drake, Trinidad James, and Bobby Shmurda.