Cheryl Kilodavis and her 5-year-old son Dyson, who calls himself "Princess Boy," were on the Today show this morning, and Dyson wore his favorite color: Pink.
Andrea sent us a link to a post at Carpe Diem about the growing sex gap in college degrees. Current Department of Education estimates have women earning over 60% of all college degrees within 8 years:
The merchants of pink would have loved School Picture Day at my son's preschool: hardly any other color was visible on the little girls.
Even if you didn't particularly like "Telephone," you've got to appreciate the thought-provoking discussions, intelligent arguments and fascinating topics the the video has prompted.
"Whether or not anyone else understands, my new name is a declaration of love. And it's a choice I made because I'd rather learn to give my power away than wield it, oblivious, until it's too late."
NPR reports that Shakespeare was wrong: a rose by any other name may not smell as sweet. As rose by the name of Bill, for example, might smell strong, or maybe thorny.
A group of men have filed a class-action suit against chain restaurant Hooters for being “denied a waiter’s position because of… gender.”
We spend a lot of time here discussing the state of Womanity, but what about the disenfranchised men we're furiously displacing with our quest for equality? According to a survey commissioned by a British men's TV network called DMAX (home to such fare as Mega Mutt and Star Munchies), the majority of British men say…
If one of your New Year's resolutions is to get your finances in order, consider this: A new UK survey shows that female graduates face 16 years of student debt, compared to the 11 years men face, reports The Guardian. Part of the problem is that women don't get paid as much — often as much as 20% less — and, some…