Funleo, Directed by the Best Female Chef in the World, Leonor Espinosa
The World's Best Female Chef is a Colombian. Reading her story makes people realize how extraordinary her rise to the top of it was.
Worldwide Women Experts in Tea Preparation
Meet at The Woman Post women experts in the art of brewing tea.
Best US Cities for Latinas To Live
Are you interested in moving to the United States? Well, maybe you should evaluate some relevant cities. We will tell you which are the most important ones.
Platinum Jubilee for the 96th Birthday of Queen Elizabeth of England
Queen Elizabeth II of England, whose full name is Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor and who assumed her reign for 70 years, will celebrate her 96th birthday with various activities in the month of June...
What Is Ramadan and What Does It Mean for Women?
The people who ideologically follow the doctrine of Islam constitute the second religious group in the world. Nearly one in four people is Muslim, making up 24.1% of the world's population.
The Surma Tribe and Its Unique Artistic and Cultural Expression
The members of this tribe, who call themselves Dama or Dhuak, are located primarily in southern Sudan, in the Boma plain, near the Ethiopian border, and in Ethiopia, the Kafa region.
Lisa De Andráfueda, Poet, Folklorist and Mother of Jairo Varela of the Niche Group
Teresa Martínez de Varela, known by her pseudonym Lisa de Andráfueda was an Afro-Colombian writer, poet, and academic. She was one of the first Afro-Colombian women to publish her litera...
5 Ideal Travel Destinations for Women
Are you interested in taking a trip? Well, maybe you should know which are the five favorite destinations for women. Here we tell you about them!
What To Keep in Mind When Traveling These Days
With the COVID-19 travel restrictions being lifted, now is the perfect time to start planning the best international vacations. Here is everything to keep in mind.
Encourage Romance, Love, and Friendship Celebrating San Valentine!
Traditionally, on an international level, Valentine's Day is celebrated on February 14, representing the opportunity to send gifts, eat with that special person, and even request marriage.
Colombia's "Encanto" Is Breaking All the Records on Billboard
From the Colombian inspired movie Encanto, this song is climbing all the charts, quickly becoming the biggest contemporary hit from Disney.
María Panesso: How Her Career Made a Transition During the Pandemic
Currently, María has sold more than 195 paintings, and her work has been bought in more than five countries. The Woman Post had the opportunity to talk with María about her career and how art broadene...
Alba Triana: How To Break Stereotypes Through Art
A look at Alba Triana’s life, her powerful ideas, and advice for new artists.
Now Fans Can “Listen” to Art and Literature
Here are some podcasts to dive deep into arts and literature without having to commit straight away to museums, art critics, and bulky books.
Outstanding Women Who Have Won the Nobel Prize for Literature
The Woman Post brings you the most outstanding women authors who have won the Nobel Prize in Literature.
Worldwide Celebrations That We May Not Know About
The festive spirit of Christmas has a variety of celebrations around the world. All traditions have some meanings that make them different from each other.
Top 4 Winter Solstice Celebrations Worldwide
Check out where the best winter solstice ceremonies are held in 2021.
Each Religion Celebrates Special Traditions on These Holidays
Do you want to know how the different religious groups celebrate Christmas? The Woman Post invites you to learn about their innermost beliefs.
Fun Facts About Saint Nicholas
His paternal home was not at the North Pole, nor was his native language English. He was born in the third century, they called him Nicholas and he dedicated his life to charity without asking for mor...
What To Do on the Shortest Day of the Year
Many Latin American countries celebrate this day with enthusiasm in different ways. In each ancestral culture, the light is renewed as a symbol of the extension of the darkness of winter.
This Is a Travel Plan for a Very Special Christmas Experience
Traditional and also daring, travel to these wonderful holiday destinations that will surprise you!
Exhibition Cycle of Latin American Women Artists at the MAMBO 2021-II
You will be amazed by the creativity of Voluspa Jarpa, Luz Lizarazo, and Alba Triana at The Museum of Modern Art of Bogota. Their oeuvre will be exhibited at the museum until February 6, 2022.
Women's Participation in Tourism Evolution
Ecotourism and women empowerment is part of great initiatives that show how tourism contributes to women working collectively for social and climate justice and gender equality.
Visual Artists Who Historically Surpassed Social Paradigms
The Woman Post brings you four famous women painters every art lover should know.
Top 6 Diving Locations Around the World: From Museums to Caves
From a rock universe underwater to a submarine museum, these are the top 6 diving destinations in the world.
Biabu Chupea: Rights of Embera Chami Women
Did you know that in Colombia more than 65 languages are spoken? You may also be astonished to find out that this country is the second most ethnically diverse in the Americas, after Brazil.
Dare To Visit These 7 Little-Known Cities
Whether it is history, nature, or the perfect place for relaxation, &zwnj...
Crypto Art: The Digitization of the New Latin American Art
The fashion of this booming digital phenomenon has made sense in some women who want to venture into art.
Colombian Artist Johanna Calle Exhibits in Shanghai
From July 9 to October 10, Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art is hosting the exhibition Trees. The event aims to show the beauty and the biological functions of trees that are threatened today by...
Tourism Trends in the Wake of the Pandemic
Sightseeing and traveling are some of the most satisfying and enjoyable experiences. There are plans and destinations for all tastes. But, this activity changed the dynamics due to the pandemic that t...
Great Women Architects of History
Did you know that there were many relevant women in the world of architecture? Here you have a selection of the most relevant ones.
Statues of Referent Women in the Cities of the World
The project of the six-and-a-half-meter sculpture located in Paseo de la Reforma in Mexico called "Tlalli" would replace that of Christopher Columbus.
New World Heritage Sites in Latin America
UNESCO included 13 new cultural sites in the list of World Heritage, and five of these places are located in Latin America.
Three Female Photographers Collectives You Should Follow
The Woman Post recommends three organizations of women photographers that embody the best of photography from different regions of the world.
Inspiration for Your 2021 Summer Vacations
We all know that schools are coming to the end of term, and days are starting to feel longer. The summer vacations are finally arriving.
The Moon Is Dressed Up in Thailand
Despite technological and scientific advances, the Moon continues to mark the collective imagination of man and his influence in many cases determines his social relationships, going from being a simp...
5 Illustrator Art-Ivists You Should Know
Digital art in the way of illustration has the potential of clearly and artistically transmitting messages of female empowerment, respect for diversity, and the importance of intersectionality.
Women Muralists: When Talent Takes Over the Streets
Many women artists choose to hold art exhibitions in the streets all over the planet. There are many beautiful works that you should know about.
3 Women That Are Changing the World Through Their Art
Born in Romania, The US, and Colombia, these three female artists are raising important conversations about beauty standards, ecology, and conflict through their work.
Kihnu: Europe's Last "Matriarchal" Society
Did you know that there is a matriarchal society where women are in charge of everything? Discover Kihnu, a very interesting European island.
Migrant Dancer Who Defies Stigma Through an Afro-Colombian Rhythm
Karina Bossa is a Colombian folkloric rhythms dancer, who migrated to Spain and founded her champeta teaching project with her partner Elvis.
Ramadan Karim, Generous and Honorable Ramadan
For Islam, the human being is a trinity composed of matter-body, mind-intellect, and spirit.
Artists On Instagram You'll Want To Follow
These female artists have illustrated the world through their sixth sense in a more profound way never seen before.
The True History Behind St. Patrick's Day
What are we celebrating at the festivity held every March 17th?
An Artist Who Breaks Barriers and Borders With Foreign Music
She was born in Ireland, her mother is English and her father, Irish...
The Nutcracker, a Tradition That is Also Modernized
Charlotte Nebres, 11, is the first black ballerina to win the coveted role of Marie, the young heroine in the story of "The Nutcracker."
Modernity in the Vatican Causes Strong Controversy
The artwork that makes up the Vatican nativity scene is receiving a lot of attention.
Christmas Celebrations That You Did Not Imagine
All over the world, people celebrate Christmas in various ways.
Incels, New Social Threat
They are men who never have sex. Not because they ditch them.
Know More About VSCO Girls
VSCO girls are taking over the internet but, what are they? This new trend among young girls is pretty famous on Instagram and TikTok.