Aging: everyone hates it! And yet, everyone but Madonna, Cher and Marina Abramovic does it. Which makes us sad. How sad, exactly? I’m so glad you asked. Here are some depressing statistics. More
Would you like men to find your sleeping form so irresistible that they constantly wake you up with offers of intercourse? Of course you would. More
Earlier this week, Elle Magazine released its 2013 Power Survey, a collection of career-related statistics collected with the help of the Center for American Progress. For this report, Elle and the CAP polled a large number of respondents on questions relating to work, parenting, discrimination, and more, with a particular focus on women’s issues. The findings ranged from vaguely encouraging to downright depressing; here are the ones that stood out most to me. More
Apparently a woman with a fancy designer handbag is perceived as someone with a “more devoted partner,” and therefore other women are less likely to try and steal him (and his wallet), because all women do is compete for men and beat each other mercilessly with $2000 purses in Swarovski-studded Thunderdomes. More
But, more importantly, ARE YOU WEARING THE RIGHT SIZE?! More
Sure, we live in a world of technology, but is nothing sacred? Et tu, Brute? More
If you’ve ever felt like you’re less well-rested than your male partner, you’re not alone. According to a report released by the Center for Disease Control, women feel tired at significantly higher rates than men do. Looking at the CDC’s recent survey, 15% of all women report feeling tired or exhausted most of the time, while only 10% of men do. This gap widens for the 18-44 age group (which really seems like it should be at least two age groups), in which 16% of women but only 9% of men report those nagging feelings of sleepiness. Things only start to even out again once people reach retirement age. So what gives?
I guess the obvious answer would be “despite women’s increased role in the workplace, household duties are still not equitably distributed,” but let’s dig a little deeper, shall we? Here are seven possible reasons why women are the sleepier sex. More
You know results are legit when they come from an app. This is just how things are in this day and age, so everything you’re about to read is obviously fact. More
Esquire came out with their annual sex survey today and it’s got a little of everything: depressing (34% of men in committed relationships have cheated on their current partner), interesting (14% of married men have had at least one sexual encounter with another man), stupid (11% don’t seem to give a shit about condoms?) but perhaps most interesting is their response to the question of favorite sexual position. More
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As Jessica reported yesterday, Playboy recently released the results of its annual sex survey. Some of the results were surprising, some were predictable, and some were just depressing. But perhaps one of the most divisive tidbits was this. More
The Daily Beast has compiled a list of the best cities for finding love in the US. Their factors included high marriage rates, low divorce percentages, and lots of places to meet people (i.e. bars and restaurants). As anyone in … More
The Gloss is super excited to be partnering with Maxim for their 2011 sex survey. Although Maxim is mostly for guys, this survey is ladies-only. Why? Because it’s up to you to tell men what they need to know. Womens’ … More
ShopSmart magazine (little known progeny of Consumer Reports) conducted a telephone survey of 1,008 women aged 18 and older about their underwear (1,008 struck me as odd, too). Apparently frumpy grandma panties can ruin your day, while some lace-y concoction from that boutique that gives you champagne while you shop can actually pay for itself by boosting your confidence and making you happier. I think. Anyway, findings: More