"We should probably meet for a drink first." That was the consensus as I arranged for myself and two friends to attend the "Rescue Me" fireman singles party Wednesday night at a bar on the Bowery.
Sometimes when the marketing geniuses in advertising try to tap into the female psyche, they get it all wrong. But sometimes it's so spot on that it's like they've been reading your diary. That's how I feel about this Sauza tequila clip. The ad guy explains he wanted it to be "cheeky not cheesy," and adds that…
Kate Swift, whose books Words and Women and The Handbook of Nonsexist Writing how using only masculine pronouns and other words excludes and devalues women, has died of stomach cancer at the age of 87. Thanks to her, many publications have stopped using gendered terminology like "fireman" and "stewardess."