Topic: Women

I Could Probably Learn Something From The School Of Candance Cameron Bure Submissive Wife Ways

I Could Probably Learn Something From The School Of Candance Cameron Bure Submissive Wife Ways

Candace Cameron Bure has come under fire during the promotional tour of her book “Balancing It All: My Story of Juggling Priorities and Purpose” by suggesting that she lets her husband run the show in their family.  If you ask me the ones going after her are reaching for some low-hanging fruit.  In fact, I’m going to admit I could probably learn something from her words by choosing to sit in the passenger’s seat a little more often. More »

Party Favors: Men Abusing Women 101: Taught By Society

Party Favors:  Men Abusing Women 101: Taught By Society

How we teach men to abuse women -YourTango

Heads up, sports fashionista’s, these NBA jerseys are redesigned!  -Flavorwire

Woody Guthrie’s awesome New Year’s Resolutions from 1942 -The Frisky

Why we still want to hookup with our high school sweethearts -Nerve

The worst relationship advice of 2013 -Bustle

More than mascara: Weird things you didn’t know about your eyelashes -Style List

The best 3D fashion moments of 2013 -The High Low

Kim Kardashian strikes creepy sparrow face -The Stir

Sleeping with the enemy? -YourTango

It’s possible to keep your New Year’s resolutions! -YourTango

Celebs send holiday cards, too. -ET Online

Apparently, the Grinch does exist and he lives in Florida. -HLNtv

Move over nail art! Eye art could be the next big thing! -Ladyish

We all cringe over Justine Sacco’s racist tweet. -The Grio

Are There Female Lone Wolves?

Are There Female Lone Wolves?

There is a stereotype in movies and literature, perhaps one exemplified by The Wolverine (opening this Friday) that there are certain men who are just so cool, and independent, and able to shoot spikes out of their fingers that they need never settle down or find a mate. That they should probably just be lone wolves forever, because it’s their way. Weirdly, Willie Nelson embodies this notion more than Wolverine does, but let’s just go with it. Are there female equivalents? How do they compare? Let’s assess some of them. More »