The bigger the choice, the more importance we attribute to it. We assume that every choice—every time we have to weigh facts and feelings in an attempt to arrive at the Right Thing to Do—contains a right outcome and a wrong outcome. But what if big choices don't have to be harder than small ones? And what if there is…
Imagine for a moment that you're in your twenties — you're young, probably in the best shape of your life, happy, healthy, unmarried, and the world is your oyster. According to new research, now would be the perfect time to get accidentally pregnant.
In the Washington Post, Annys Shin describes the discord between the child-havers and the child-free that develops when each indulges their own sense of personal privilege about shared spaces. Often, it seems like the adults that need to grow up.
Awards season kicks off tonight with the People's Choice Awards, hosted by Queen Latifah. Join us for a live blog starting at 9pm EST. Mariah is supposed to be there. Hopefully she'll knock a few back and make this interesting.
Kristen Schaal thinks it's neat that French President Nicolas Sarkozy wants to empower Muslim women by taking away their choice of wearing a burqa — so much so, she'd like someone to take away her high heels and bulimia.