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Tag Archive | "Feminism"

Anti-Advice: The Top 5 Tricks to Snag a Man

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

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photo via Flickr Still single, ladies? Well you can kiss your cat-lady status goodbye! Follow these five simple dating tips and you’ll never be alone again! Because a douchey guy is better than no guy at all. Amen to that! Dress to impress.¬†If you’ve got it, flaunt it. You can’t expect a man to go [...]

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What Did You Think of Seth MacFarlane Hosting the Oscars?

Monday, February 25, 2013

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What did you think of Seth MacFarlane’s jokes at the Oscars?

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Top 4 Reasons Why the Grammys Are Infinitely Better Without T&A

Monday, February 11, 2013

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photo via Jezebel When we began watching the Grammys last night, we had not gotten the memo – the email that CBS had sent out to participants advising them to adhere to the Network’s wardrobe policy: Please be sure that buttocks and female breasts are adequately covered. Thong type costumes are problematic. Please avoid exposing [...]

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Naked News: This Week, Sex Is Effed Up

Friday, January 18, 2013

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A new book called Hard to Get says young independent successful women need more guidance about sex than their elders did, thanks to so many conflicting messages. One Jezebel article kinda proves that point by questioning why so many women willingly engage in orgasm-free casual sex. Jumping on the “sex is ruined” bandwagon is this [...]

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Your Call: How Can a Woman Enjoy Lots of Sex Without Shame?

Friday, January 4, 2013

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photo via Flickr We get a lot of¬†advice questions¬†coming in at¬†EMandLO.com, but sadly, we just can‚Äôt answer them all. Which is why,¬†once a week, we turn to you to¬†decide how best to advise a reader. Make your call on this woman’s letter below by leaving your advice in the comments section.¬† Submit Your Own Question [...]

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Top 10 Women Under 40 Who Push Back

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

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This article originally appeared on SundanceChannel.com Inspired by the Sundance Channel’s docu-series PUSH GIRLS, about¬†four outspoken young women in wheelchairs — AMC Networks just announced that they’ve started filming a second season — we decided to write about ten women under 40 who push back in their own way.¬†To help us narrow down the list [...]

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Top 10 Films That Represent the War on Women

Friday, November 16, 2012

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While the topic of women’s rights doesn‚Äôt have the box office draw of a bunch of dudes getting wasted at a bachelor party, say, or a bride-to-be getting diarrhea in the middle of the street, there are many excellent movies that cover various aspects of the War on Women (either directly or metaphorically)‚ÄĒworkplace discrimination, violence [...]

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The Things We Won by Re-Electing Obama

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

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It’s a great day to be a progressive American! So happy to know we’re moving forward in the 21st century, not backward to the 1950s. Last night, the two of us gathered with friends, ate chili, drank beer, watched the results come in, and at 11:15pm poured the champagne and played “We Are the Champions” [...]

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Top 10 Secretly Feminist Movies

Friday, September 28, 2012

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No filmmaker in their right mind would advertise the fact that their film has feminist ambitions — we’re pretty sure that’s box office suicide (sad, but true). Despite that, some films¬†have pretty obvious feminist heroes — think Thelma and Louise, G.I. Jane., Jodie Foster’s character in THE ACCUSED, and¬†Erin Brockovich. And then there are the [...]

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In Defense of the “Woman-Child”

Monday, September 10, 2012

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photo via Flickr I (Lo here) consider myself a pretty hardcore feminist. And I love Jezebel.com. So I expected their “Woman-Child” article today to be just my kind¬†of internet candy. My best guess about its focus? The media’s obsession with infantalizing women to make them seem cuter, softer, more¬†likeable. But it actually turned out to [...]

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