This is ridiculous, but it might be fun, so bear with me. Last night my husband and I got into a discussion about our faces. To be more specific, he's objectively a traditionally handsome man (as evidenced by the fact that people regularly hire him to host television shows) but believes that people — including me —…
Have you noticed how suspiciously few people on Facebook have pores? This isn't because humans have stopped sweating, or we've all replaced our real faces with plastic replicas of how we wish our faces looked; it's because easily accessible airbrushing software — so ubiquitous that it's sometimes embedded into digital…
I can't believe there's a supposed rivalry between this and Mirror Mirror. Snow White and the Huntsman is going to blow the competition right out of the scary milky water.
This weekend, young Hollywood showed up for the red carpet premiere of Mirror Mirror with Snow White-themed accessories. Cloris Leachman showed up in a snow white bra.
LOS ANGELES, CA - MARCH 17: (L-R) Producer Bernie Goldmann, actress Julia Roberts, executive producer Kevin Misher and actress Lily Collins arrive at the premiere of Relativity Media's 'Mirror Mirror' at the Chinese Theater on March 17, 2012 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)
You date a guy for two months; it's okay. When he abruptly cuts off contact, after a week you send him a 3-line email ending things. Ah, but he has to have the last word. And what last words.
A Dartmouth senior decided to distribute mirrors to every woman on campus to help them look at their vaginas. And some people were outraged! Naturally.
"To understand what it takes to be beautiful," writes Amy Alkon for Psychology Today, "we need to be very clear about what being beautiful means — being sexually appealing to men." She then commands: "burn those muumuus." Uh-oh.
Today on Slate's "Dear Prudence" advice column, Prudie received one of the most appalling letters we've ever read. And gave 'er hell! The vicarious thrills, after the jump.
There's this new invention called the DelayMirror — which is actually part mirror, part camera, computer and plasma screen — that will allow a person (a woman, according to the Daily Mail) to do a full 360-degree turn and then see for herself how she looks from every angle. "Now the days of women asking 'Does my bum…