"Are you going to work out with us today?" asked the cheerful woman at the front desk. I didn't know I had the option to do otherwise, I thought, seeing as I was at an event-space-turned-gym to sweat myself silly under the tutelage of The Biggest Loser's star trainer/screamer, Jillian Michaels.
"I'm not a boob man or a butt man or a leg man, I'm a face man," say LIARS. According to new research, no matter what a woman's build, men spend more time looking at women's bodies than they do their faces, which means that we can stop with this "anti aging" bullshit and just let our mugs turn into the face of the…
There's a smart, funny read on The Cut right now that gives the overuse of the word "curvy" as a descriptor for All Types of Women a good talking-to. Lauren Bans takes on the fashion and entertainment media's exhaustive use of the term in all situations involving females, citing loads of examples, and shows how, when…
Does it matter to female shoppers if a brand leans Red or Blue? The Daily Beast's Rebecca Dana argues that "the consequences of political engagement are particularly significant for women's brands" this year. While that may be true, there doesn't actually seem to be much of a competition regarding whom to support.
Christina Hendricks is oft-celebrated for her gravity-defying curves. But months ago, she said: "Anytime someone talks about your figure constantly, you get nervous, you get really self-conscious."
"Women hit on me. My husband thinks it's so odd that so many women hit on me," Christina Hendricks says in the November issue of Bazaar.