We're all still collectively shaking in our boots with excitement over Tina Fey and Amy Poehler's two-year takeover of the Golden Globe Awards, but for the two of them, the fun is just getting started. They're rumored to be making $4 million per year of the show – each.
Would you describe yourself as a control freak? Does the idea of letting a cleaning woman into your house give you a minor panic attack? Does the thought of letting your husband organize your closet make you want to cry? Well, then you might sit on the freaky side of the control spectrum. Chances are, you are kind of…
Harold Seymour was regarded for years as America's primary baseball historian, with his books the go-to resource on the National Pastime. But here's the thing: his wife actually wrote a lot of them.
A Somali town has banned women from working — to their great economic detriment.
"Yes, it's feminism we have to thank for the spread of fast-food chains and an epidemic of childhood obesity." How, you ask? Why, the (supposed) death of home cooking!
What do at-home caregivers and executive assistants have in common? They toil, often on the sidelines, know the intimate details of their employers' lives — and are usually women.
At first glance, Girlcore may seem like nothing more than a bunch of Lindsay Lohan-wannabees partying it up in London and Paris. And that is part of the story. But they're also a female collective, dedicated to promoting talented women.
"Mei Ling, an idle young Chinese woman, lives alone in her flat, waiting for her lover. One day, she finds a little octopus in the kitchen sink. She decides to adopt it to avoid boredom. The octopus grows up..."
This year, the Whitney Biennial features more female artists than male. Some are calling it the "women's show" - but is it?
"It was the times they tore me to shreds that were the best," reminisces Rabbi Margaret Moers Wenig. Spoken like a firebrand:
A review from the Financial Times of two female artists with exhibitions in London asks the question that has been floating around since women first started producing art: is art gendered?
Back in the "good" old days, "Charlie" was a convenient plot device to turn a gender stereotype (teacher and student) on its head before the characters got down to business. These days, she's a whole cadre of mostly behind-the-scenes counterinsurgency professionals, toiling to save the world through the development a…