GIRLilla Warfare wishes you a fabulous Mother’s Day — for all that you do, all that you are, all that you want to be … xoxo
Goodbye Emory University — Hello Working World. Make way for GIRLilla Warfare’s Jessica Jaksich …
One Year and Counting, Baby …. GIRLilla Warfare is for You, Me … AND The Girl Next Door. We laugh, cry, swear, scream, make up, break up, and come together. GW IS life in Suburbia unplugged …
GW’S “Sexpert” E.J. Gordon shares why “40” trumps her 20s and 30s … YES, she now has her freedom AND her body back.
NO, you can’t redefine society’s ideal of beauty — BUT GW’s “Beauty Babe” reveals how you CAN stop focusing on your flaws and truly empower yourself.
Bring back the Love & Lust. One Dad shares his strategy on how to turn up the heat and treat each other like “boyfriend and girlfriend” — NOT husband and wife.
BRING IT ON! GW’s newest writer “Evan Field” is ready to showcase the Male Perspective and reveal how the Other Side really views it all …. Marriage/Divorce/Parenting/Sex — and everything in-between.
Being bullied, being left out, feeling too much pressure, “coming out” as gay — have all been factors contributing toTeen Suicide. GIRLilla Warfare explores the issue and offers advice.
Admit it: We parents have ALL “worked the street” at one time or another just to get our kids to connect, listen and produce.
Don’t miss this honest Indie film about being dumped, and being discovered. It makes you laugh, cry, and cheer on its vulnerable hero (BREAK UP WITH THE BITCH ALREADY … STOP CALLING HER! … YOU DESERVE BETTER!).
GIRLilla Warfare’s “Sexpert” E.J. Gordon explores infidelity: Do you tell your “cheating” friend what you REALLY think or keep your mouth shut?
On behalf of the GIRLilla Warfare team, our heartfelt condolences go out to the families in Boston, whose lives were shattered by terrorism..
Are we robbing our kids of their childhood with excessive homework? One Dad wonders who’s calling the shots.
GIRLilla Warfare’s “Beauty Babe” provides 3 ways to navigate WHEN you should allow your daughter to wear makeup, double-pierce her ear, and get highlights — – and WHEN to DRAW THE LINE.
One Mom writes about her sister’s efforts to make a difference in helping children diagnosed with Autism and Autism Spectrum Disorders. Here’s how you too can shine the light … and touch lives.