Veep director and producer Stephanie Laing is launching a women’s-centric #content site/network called PYPO. PYPO!
Let’s all pause together to look at a deeply odd New York Times story about Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina who is, as you may have suspected, a lady. She’s almost definitely not going to be president, the story says, but her existence can prove Republicans are totally “credible” with women. Oh?
Hey, laaaaaaaaaaadies! Cambridge University has announced that they're seeking a "doctor of chocolate" to spend three and a half years studying the unique physical properties of everyone's favorite gooey and weirdly gendered bean cake. FINALLY! A way to get women interested in STEM…
Hey, laaaaaadiiiiiies!!! If there's one thing I know about you, it's that there's one thing you know about me, and that's that there's one thing we know about us, and that's YOGURT YOGURT YOGURT.
Stop me if you've heard this one: the Republican party can't help but notice that women don't like them much. Thankfully, they've got a fancy new consulting firm ON THE CASE. They've got pamphlets. They've got a polished message and nice fingernails. They've got pretty much the same plan they had after 2008, and, uh,…
This whole WSJ article about the differences between men's and women's travel habits is super interesting—and you ought to read it—but I just want to talk about this one passage right now because I just completely rage-hulked out of my pajama jeans:
I hope I can get through typing this for the quindillionth time without falling asleezzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz (dang!), but here's the thing: Women are people. Just people. Not precious flowers, not nurturing earth mothers, not manic pixies or Jackie Os with impeccable Chanel vaginas. PEOPLE. Therefore, it is okay for women…
According to the Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film‘s annual breakdown of gender in prime-time TV, the behind-the-scenes gender gap isn't nearly as wide as it used to be. Unfortunately, that's not saying much—it's still pretty fucking wide.
NY Mag's Daily Intel pokes fun at trend pieces about lady-bonding spots and declares the women's bathroom the new place to network:
Stock photography is one of my favorite things about the internet. It's so corny and mysterious and strangely telling—like this weird mirror universe where everyone wears the same camisole and eats yogurt all day with confused white babies. It's like a window into Heaven for the most boring person in the world.
We were uninspired to say the least by French magazine Terrafemina's choice of DSK's wife Anne Sinclair as "Woman of the Year." So we decided to give you the chance to vote for your own. But first, we need a slate of nominees.
On Saturday, Kentucky's University of the Cumberlands Ladies basketball team took on the Campbellsville University squad. With less than a second remaining in the first half, senior Stephanie Quattrociocchi took—and, somehow, sank—an 86-foot, literal full-court shot. Watch inside.
You know those times when you throw a rockin' house party and meet a cute guy with tousled hair and then ten minutes after everyone leaves he becomes a violent psycho who tries to break into your house?