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Okay, tabloids are annoying enough to begin with but the amount of shade they throw at women trying to complete simple tasks is totally ridiculous. Can’t they stop dramatizing every little move celebs make?! Vagenda Magazines twitter recently asked followers to ‘normalize’ hypercritical tabloid headlines and boy oh boy did they come through. Retorts vary from complimenting celebs for being normal human-beings, to simply acknowledging how good everyone looks and they should be left alone. It’s annoying enough for celebrities to be stalked and idolized, but...
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Felíz cumpleaños to these 5 unforgettable celebs born on one of the best holidays of the year! Thank you for your contributions to our television, movie theater, iPod and kindle screens. 1.) Ann B. Davis (88 margaritas old) Have you been wondering where Alice, the Brady Bunch family's loyal housekeeper has been hiding all these years? Well, she lives somewhere in Pennsylvania attending church and making those around her laugh. Happy B-day Ann B! 2.) Danielle Fishel (36 margaritas old) Topanga?! Is that really you? Not sure about this...
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  These high-def photos of women from almost 100 years ago will raise some questions. Like: How did they did their hair like that?? Ever wonder what women of the past used to dress like, act like, and think like? Well, while photos can only really answer the first part of that, I just stumbled across a buttload of amazing, high resolution images, and I have become obsessed. These photos have so much detail, so much information, spend enough time looking at them and you will really...
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  In 1999, I was living in Tokyo, doing a study abroad program and having the time of my and several other people's lives. During the day I stuffed myself into subway cars to explore foreign neighborhoods, and I walked the streets at night, drinking bottled cocktails (Jeebus bless you Japan, for your lax open-container laws and inventive portable booze options) and taking photos of all the odd or amazing things I saw, which was pretty much everything. I had two partners-in-sometimes-literal-crime in my program, and...
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  Back in the day, all men were referred to as Mr. (as in Mr. Burns), and women were either Mrs. (as in Mrs. Robinson) or Miss (Miss Hannigan), depending on whether they were married or not.  Actually, if you were a Mrs., you were really supposed to be addressed with either your husband's full name (as in "Mrs. James Franco") or just his last name ("Mrs. Franco") rather than your actual full name (Mrs. Michelle Obama would have been a no-no). Miss was reserved only for...
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