My Daughter Was Teased for Wearing 'Boy' Shoes on the Soccer Field

Today, during a soccer game, a kid on the opposing team made fun of my four year old daughter's 'boy' shoes. I am so sick of this shit I could scream. It is crazy to me that people actually say, actually believe it's "natural" for girls "want" pink stuff. My God, I'm honestly surprised my daughter has stuck with her… » 10/30/13 6:20pm 10/30/13 6:20pm

Watch the New Diet Coke Hunk Get a Soda-Jizz Facial

While regular sugar-filled Coke is focusing on "happy calories" and joy, Diet Coke reminds you that bubbles are sexy, men are sexy and sex is sexy. Also getting sprayed in the face is sexy. Back in 1994, Diet Coke debuted the "Diet Coke Hunk," a well-built construction worker who took off his shirt and guzzled a DC… » 1/28/13 4:40pm 1/28/13 4:40pm

Teen Vogue: Be A "Gender Bender" With A Blazer & Cornrows

The November issue of Teen Vogue » 10/16/08 3:20pm 10/16/08 3:20pm has the words "Pretty in Punk" on the cover, but the closest thing you'll find inside is a peculiar, joyless "Gender Benders" fashion spread. The concept? Mixing pretty dresses with structured jackets, "tomboy" shoes and playful purses. Sounds fun! Unfortunately, the results are, well,…

Gender Bender: Agyness Deyn Mans Up For French Vogue

In the September issue of Paris Vogue » 10/02/08 2:40pm 10/02/08 2:40pm, a "Rock Couture" photo shoot featuring Agyness Deyn — shot by David Sims — is all about "masculine" fashion. Agyness takes this opportunity to channel some famous men, and she does it rather well! I took a stab at guessing which dudes she was trying to impersonate; check out the…

The "Top 10 Things Only Men Can Do" List Is Really Only 20% Accurate

AskMen.com's latest list, the "Top 10: Things Only Men Can Do » 8/07/08 2:00pm 8/07/08 2:00pm" is asinine for several reasons. First, one has to question its very existence. Why do men need to read a list championing awesome things exclusive to their gender? Is the plight of the modern man really so sad that he needs an ego booster? Second, women…

Gentlemen Are A Dying Breed. And Whither The Ladylike Ladies?

A story in today's Times Of London asks, "Are gentlemen a dying breed?" The author, William Drew, writes that when his grandfather died, people remembered him as a "true gent." "The act of being a gentleman transcends conventionality and surely goes some way beyond basic good manners," Drew claims. "My grandfather… » 5/20/08 2:00pm 5/20/08 2:00pm

Harriet The Spy: Iconoclastic, American Lezebel Icon

NPR's "Morning Edition" ran a segment this morning on what a groundbreaking work of young adult fiction Harriet the Spy was when it debuted in 1964. According to NPR correspondent Neva Grant, heroine Harriet M. Welsch was considered controversial because "Harriet saw too much, said too much. She even had to see a… » 3/03/08 4:30pm 3/03/08 4:30pm