For as long as I can remember being a sports fan, I remember hearing the motto: " Equal play, equal pay ." As a 9-year-old, I never really understood the sentiment. My school was small enough that the best players in each sport were, undoubtedly, often girls.
People talk a lot about their bodies these days. It speaks volumes about the world we get to live in now that there are spaces across the Internet that allow for women of any shape or color to own their body and do with it as they please.
Even for Babe Ruth, that's a pretty ambitious statement, but there's no denying the impact baseball has on everybody during the summer months. It is by no means the "world's sport" like soccer (football) is, but it is America's favorite pastime.
By Anna Bailey I've written a lot of stuff about One Direction in the five years they've been a band. I've written about how important they are to teenage girls, about how they are more than their music, and about how I'll never, ever love a band as much as I love this one.
It's been 16 years since we first saw Tim Curry's iconic role of Pennywise on ABC's 1990 miniseries of Stephen King's adaptation of . Now the bone-chilling book about a group of friends haunted by a demon that plays off their fears is getting a movie.
With Bernie Sanders' official endorsement of Hillary Clinton that came Tuesday at the New Hampshire rally, all eyes are on the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee and who her choice of running mate will be. What we know about Clinton's potential vice president candidate pool is that she is very open to choosing a female to run alongside her, creating the most historic presidential ticket.