- Sure, a birth control pill for guys may be on its way, but after watching Knocked Up again this weekend we would never actually trust the dipshit to take it. [MSNBC]
- Being stressed about work increases a woman's chance of developing breast cancer, say researchers. Yeah, so does being alive. Happy Breast Cancer Awareness Month! [Fox News]
- A British woman is in recovery after a car accident forced her belly stud to shoot through her "like a bullet" almost into her spine. You know, we always thought eyebrow piercings were the trashiest of all body punctures, but at least they won't kill you. [Times Online]
- The Chinese government has banned all bra, figure-enhancement underwear, and sex toy ads from TV and radio in effort to rid the country of "social pollution". Additionally, mass audience voting for American Idol-esque shows via text message or the internet is also forbidden. Gotta stop democracy before it spreads! [Breitbart]
- Slate wonders why women in the media and the feminist movement have been relatively silent about the case of the Harvard student who was granted time during her nine-hour exam to pump her breast milk. [Slate]
- Nanny, nanny, boo, boo. The Supreme Court upheld a New York State law which forces religious-based social service organizations to subsidize women's health services, including contraception, mammograms, and cervical cancer exams. [Breitbart]
- Women can be sexy chess nerds too. [Christian Science Monitor]
The idea of creating a child is terrifying to me. I would happily take double the necessary dose of male birth controls pills should they become available.
Would you like them here or there?
I would not like them here or there.
I would not like them anywhere.
I do not like babies or ham.
I do not like them, Sam-I-am.