These ladies got it going on.
Today's Identities Stories
Real women make real dolls.
Hello, racial profiling.
"If you as the consumer can't see yourself in those clothes, something is wrong."
"You're so funny. I usually don't think guys are funny."
"With two strokes of a pen, the president will have a very real and immediate impact on the lives of millions of LGBT people across the country."
She's on a mission to reshape what it means to be beautiful.
Hobby Lobby's war on women has another, hidden side to it.
And it's indicative of a larger problem in American society.
It's an important victory for a specific group of journalists.
Their disagreement doesn't make them right — it makes them brainwashed.
#IAmJada. We are all Jada.
The more you know, indeed.
When the homophobes started calling, Mayor Driscoll knew exactly what to do.
Two years after his controversial remarks, the former congressman is still opening his mouth.
Time to ditch those purity rings?
Sex work is real work.
Too fat to run? Think again.
It's a good starting point, but there's a lot more work to be done.
This young woman is a true American badass.
She's broken through one of the FDNY’s most hallowed glass ceilings.
So much for racial progress.
Hint: It works for the parents of straight children, too.
Kacy Catanzaro becomes the first woman to make the finals of "America Ninja Warrior."
And media doesn't seem to care.