Psychology Today, which published Satoshi Kanazawa's incredibly offensive post on black women's attractiveness, has said he'll no longer be writing for them. Also, the site is "currently implementing measures to ensure more rigorous oversight of blogs prior to publication, including nights and weekends, when this was…
We've already dubbed Satoshi Kanazawa a "crap evolutionary psychologist." But somehow, he's found a way to be even crappier. His thoughts on why "black women are significantly less physically attractive than women of other races" have forced us to create a graphical representation of his awfulness.
After last week's article—"Why Feminism Is the Anti-Viagra"—likened feminism to actual boner-killing, we've noticed that Psychology Today has been particularly hard on the women's movement over the past few years, blaming it for everything from unhappiness to sexual harassment to just plain evilness. Here, we collect…
When I was young, my mother told me it was more important to be smart than feminine.
You make a lot of decisions based on how you think they will make you feel in the future.
A recent study looked at sexism in adolescents between the ages of 12 and 19. Apparently, boys who had more romantic relationship experience were more benevolently sexist. What the hell is benevolent sexism?
Thanks to women like Gloria Steinem and Bella Abzug, we female baby boomers came of age educated, braless, and emboldened to become politicians, playwrights, CEOs or, in my case, journalists. But things changed when some of us lost our jobs.
Sometimes shrinks paid to offer help are really bad at it. Two separate articles today involve men getting professional relationship advice which requires their wives to endure humiliating acts:
Regular magazines are getting more like women's magazines every day. Here's where we post our egregious examples!"I start at 10 o'clock, and I do what I call 'The Four B's' — Barney's, Bendel's, Bergdorf's, and Bloomie's." So starts one of our favoritest stories in this month's , the vaginamost general-audience…