Naomi Osaka became a world champion after trashing Serena Williams in their 2018 U.S. Open (Women’s Singles) final, but the landmark achievement on that "memorable day (06.09.2018)" has been a subject of prolonged debate. In Japan, and in fact, to Japanese citizens all over the world, Naomi is immortal. That unexpected status quo-altering triumph … Continue reading This ‘racist’ cartoon of Serena Williams and Naomi Osaka will make you laugh and cry
Scarlett Johansson at the Women's March on Washington Jane Fonda and Miley Cyrus in Los Angeles Madonna in DC Chloe Grace Moretz in Washington Alicia Keys and Janelle Monae in Washington Sen. Elizabeth Warren in Boston Rebecca Hall in London Marcia Gay Harden taking a selfie with Jane Fonda America Ferrera in DC Rev. Jesse … Continue reading Celebrities march for women’s rights
Amber Rose, 32, has been a very vocal women rights activist. She wants her 3-year-old son, Sebastian to grow up knowing how to treat the opposite sex. The boy means everything to her and nothing else in this world could matter more. In her recent interview with a tabloid, she admitted that having a child changed her dramatically, … Continue reading Amber Rose Raising Son To Be A Feminist.