Women: who can figure them out? We're an endless series of bloody tubes bound together by a glue made up of getting mad for no reason and, I don't know, feelings? Nail art? Cat video induced squeals? Olivia Pope coat envy? Thankfully, one Reddit community exists to decode — and tame — the elusive human female.
It's time for yet another installation of the Summer Olympics, which means that it's time for yet more special-interest pieces from venerable news outlets about how much food pelican-mouthed Olympians shovel down their gullets while training. (In case you didn't know, they eat a whole lot of food.)
It's happening: the Marine Corps officially announced — as expected — that it will allow women to start training at its intensive infantry officer school at Quantico, VA and join some ground combat battalions. The changes will provide the Marine Corps' 13,800 women (out of 197,800 men — the Marines are the most…
The issue of women in combat has long been a thorny one for the military. While laws forbidding women from serving in combat were repealed 20 years ago, there have been Pentagon regulations that have essentially done the same thing since then, and women have been relegated to support roles rather than combat…
Maids at New York's Pierre hotel are taking self-defense classes to help them fend off "persistent perverts." It's a little sad that this seems like such a good idea.
I bought a women's fitness magazine the other day and almost every page equated fitness with losing weight. Get bikini ready in seven days! Lose 12 pounds by tomorrow by doing these three exercises! Hungry? Eat seven almonds! Fuck that.