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After several failed attempts, Gutiérrez formed a successful plan to escape her life at the convent…
Junior Girl Summer Lee delves into the history behind an 18th century silk dress, likely made between 1775-1785 in Great Britain.
These are examples of skinny shaming that I have heard many times throughout my life. They have never been funny nor welcome. Body shaming comes in just as many shapes and sizes as bodies do. Most of us have probably experienced, witnessed, or even participated in...
Meet one of our newest team members, Junior Girl Hannah Wilson, and find out some of her interests and what brought her to Girl Museum!
Junior Girl Rosalie Elliffe writes about author, Alice Oseman, who published her first book at nineteen, and has since written numerous other books.
By 1874 Octavia, with help from her assistants, was providing decent housing to about 3,000 people. In 1884, Octavia was recognized by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for her enlightened management approach, and she was placed in charge to reform their South London slum properties.
Junior Girl Elizabeth Bailey reviews The Cruel Prince, The Wicked King, and the Queen of Nothing, a series by Holly Black.
Junior Girl Seav Lov writes about her favorite character in the Vampire Academy books, badass heroine Rosemarie Hathaway.
Junior Girl Teresa Mettela writes a poem reflecting on Black Lives Matter and the recent events in the United States and worldwide.
Junior Girl Sian Mariel Legaspi shares her gaming experiences with Game Boy Color, and what impact gaming has had on her life.