You guys, we have aÂ situationÂ that needs to be addressed. Shaving yourÂ pubesÂ has become veryÂ dangerous. I mean,Â itâ€™sÂ alwaysÂ been dangerous, butÂ injuries from shaving haveÂ increasedÂ A LOT in recent years. And by a lot I meanÂ five-fold. And by injuries I meanÂ injuries that required trips to theÂ emergency room. More
It has not been a month of good publicity for the fashion industry. First, a factory supplying many major brands had one of the worst industrial accidents of all time, killing more than 1,000 people. Then, the industry was unable to come together on an agreement to ensure better safety regulations be put into place. Now, CFDA President Diane von Furstenberg has written a letter urging the designers themselves to pay better attention to what’s going on in the factories where their clothes are made. More
If you, like me, dislike wearing a bike helmet because it looks dorky and messes up your hair*, this might just be the perfect product for you. More
This is a post from our sister site, Blisstree.
Yesterday, I wrote a breakdown of some of the many options that women and men have to prevent pregnancy and stop the spread of STIs. Over and over, I noted that while many birth control options are effective, they must be used consistently and correctly to work. Which is how everyone assumes theyâ€™ve been doing it, especially when it comes to condoms. But even smart people make dumb mistakes when it comes to wrapping it up.
Condoms (which it turns out, men donâ€™t actually hate) are one of the few methods of birth control that not only prevent pregnancy, but also protect the users from disease. Theyâ€™re also really cheap, easy to get, and simple to use. But unfortunately, the margin for error when using a condom is pretty high. There are plenty of ways that people can reduce the effectiveness of a condom, without even realizing theyâ€™re doing anything wrong. Here are 5 ways that condom users can improve their form (and reduce their risk). More
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We know you wanted to, you dreadful narcoleptic, but men in the 1940′s were too smart for you. – BoingBoing
This backpack operates as a turn signal for bikers, so that drivers and pedestrians behind them will know if the biker is about to turn or change lanes. More
OK, so you are washing your hands often, covering your mouth when you cough, and everything else your mom taught you wards off (or contains!) those germs…but is that enough? Get this: Even getting a manicure during flu season – … More