Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley has introduced a bill to Congress that would recategorize medical wigs as durable medical equipment for anyone experiencing hair loss due to medical reasons.

In the big chop heard around the world, Tiffany Haddish decided to part ways with her hair. Social Media thought she was going crazy, but the truth is, sometimes women need a change. Sometimes, we don’t want to constantly manipulate our hair. Sometime we’re just tired! Black hair requires a lot of TLC. Tiffany expressed […]

Instead of accusing the "Deep State" of engineering the coronavirus crisis to hurt Trump's reelection chances in 2020, they need to worry about that utter mess on top of their heads.

By revealing her battle with alopecia, the beloved freshman Democrat is empowering all of us!

On Jan. 29, the freshman Congresswoman from Massachusetts took to the House floor, wigless, to introduce the Comprehensive Credit Act.

The iconic doll company hails that its Barbie Fashionistas line is their “most diverse," featuring “more skin tones, hair types, and body shapes than ever before."

Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley is just one of the millions of women that struggle with this form of severe hair loss.

The freshman Democrat from Massachusettes bared it all for us to see, and are grateful to her for having the courage to speak her truth.


It's so obvious that this administration has a serious problem with strong Black women.

The Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development continues to put his incompetence on full blast.

This new freshman crop of Democratic Congresswomen of color have the GOP shook!