Paralympian, Model and Wonder Woman Aimee Mullins Is Here to Take Your…

Today we have Aimee Mullins, the athlete/model/actor/activist extraordinaire, here to talk to you, the readers, in the comments. This is excellent. » 2/20/13 1:10pm 2/20/13 1:10pm

Aimee Mullins Will Be Taking Your Questions in the Comments Today

We are pleased to announce that we have a very special guest joining us today at Jezebel: the athlete, model, actor, and speaker Aimee Mullins will be here for a Q&A session with you, our readers, starting around 1 PM E.S.T. Mullins, whose legs were amputated below the knee when she was just 1 year old, is known for… » 2/20/13 12:05pm 2/20/13 12:05pm

Dresses Both Dull and Bright at the Women of Worth Awards

Last night at the Seventh Annual Women of Worth Awards in New York, celebs gathered to "celebrate everyday women who are making a beautiful difference in the world." And sure, L'Oréal Paris recognizes these women for their extraordinary efforts and supports these inspiring women through grants but this is a fashion… » 12/07/12 12:05pm 12/07/12 12:05pm

Gold Medals and Gold Dresses at the Salute to Women in Sports Gala

Last night in New York, athletes rubbed elbows at the 33rd Annual Salute To Women In Sports Gala. If you miss some of the faces you got to know during the Olympics, fret not: Rowers, gymnasts, swimmers, track stars — the gang's all here! » 10/18/12 1:55pm 10/18/12 1:55pm

Sarah Jessica Parker And Aimee Mullins Are "Halfway To Imelda Marcos"

Last night, Olympian, model, actress, and activist Aimee Mullins schooled Stephen Colbert on disability and prosthetics last night. Of course, there was also a proposed Boob Olympics. » 4/16/10 3:30pm 4/16/10 3:30pm

Now Here's An Event: Women In Sports Awards!

The 30th Annual Salute To Women In Sports Awards, at NYC's Waldorf-Astoria, was an uncommon red carpet: lots of awesome ladies, yes, but also some curious duds and, yes, some unusually comfy shoes. » 10/14/09 10:30am 10/14/09 10:30am

Aimee Mullins On Her Right To Choose ... Her Legs

"I don't have any issue wearing legs that aren't human-like, but I want the option to have human-looking legs. [...] individuality and personal choice are important. How many colours do iPods come in?" — Aimee Mullins, amputee, actress, athlete [NewScientist] » 10/05/09 1:30pm 10/05/09 1:30pm

Britney Gets In Fender Bender