In todayâ€™s sexist news, women are dropping out of hard college majors like math and science because theyâ€™re self-deprecating perfectionists. More
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Here are twenty of the stupidest, most misogynistic things women will hear when they go car shopping. More
For the sake of our gender here are crucial things that we needed to stop apologizing for yesterday. More
As far as body parts go, vaginas are like swiss army knives. They just have so many uses. You can make babies in there, have sex using it, and apparently it makes a great storage vessel for drugs and what have you. More
Lizzie Borden Took An AxÂ premieres this Saturday night on Lifetime, following the networkâ€™s trend ofÂ cramming all their high-profile movies into the beginning of the year.Â Christina RicciÂ is playing the title character, a Massachusetts woman who was tried and acquitted for murdering her father and stepmother with an ax in the 19th century. The case continues to be theorized about to this day, but based on the title and promos, Lifetime seems to be of the opinion that Lizzie totally did it.
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Hip hop gets a bad rep.Â Look, while Iâ€™m the first person to say that itâ€™s possible to like things that areÂ problematic, Iâ€™ll also be the first person to call out any hip hop artists who areÂ sexist,Â homophobicÂ jerks with lyrics to match. But people act as if hip hop is the only medium in which that kind of behavior can fly. Nobody is calling out metal music for its violent lyrics about women, are they? Not really. And when I look back on some of the pop punk songs I used to love in my early teens, I canâ€™t help butÂ cringeÂ at how sexist and slut shaming so many of the lyrics were. I shouldnâ€™t evenÂ startÂ to go intoÂ the number of indie rock artists out there who have been accused of committing actual abuse in real life. More
Candace Cameron BureÂ has come under fire during the promotional tour of her book â€śBalancing It All: My Story of Juggling Priorities and Purposeâ€ť by suggesting thatÂ she lets her husband run the showÂ in their family. Â If you ask me the ones going after her are reaching for some low-hanging fruit. Â In fact, Iâ€™m going to admit I could probably learn something from her words by choosing to sit in the passengerâ€™s seat a little more often. More
Doveâ€™s message pertains a somber truthâ€”we often have negative, hypercritical perceptions of our own beauty, and itâ€™s the rare woman who has learned to accept and love herself, her body, as is. More
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How weÂ teach menÂ toÂ abuse womenÂ -YourTango
Why we stillÂ want to hookupÂ with ourÂ high school sweetheartsÂ -Nerve
TheÂ worst relationship adviceÂ ofÂ 2013Â -Bustle
More than mascara:Â Weird thingsÂ youÂ didn’t knowÂ about yourÂ eyelashesÂ -Style List
TheÂ best 3D fashionÂ moments of 2013Â -The High Low
Kim KardashianÂ strikes creepyÂ sparrow faceÂ -The Stir
SleepingÂ with theÂ enemy?Â -YourTango
Itâ€™sÂ possibleÂ to keep yourÂ New Yearâ€™s resolutions!Â -YourTango
Celebs sendÂ holiday cards, too. -ET Online
Apparently, theÂ GrinchÂ does exist and heÂ lives in Florida. -HLNtv
Move over nail art!Â Eye artÂ could be theÂ next big thing! -Ladyish
We all cringe overÂ Justine Saccoâ€™s racist tweet. -The Grio
Some of you know I turned 44 three days ago. I ate so much cake! And this fact, that I got really excited because I was presented with a beautiful cake, coupled with this new article in the Huffington Post about what words Iâ€™m not supposed to be saying if I am over age 30, has me all stressed out about how Iâ€™m not a grownup. Totes. More
Israel’s awesome way of ringing in the New Year: state-funded abortion plans! More
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