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  One of the biggest controversies recently surrounding the Tour de France has to do with Lance Armstrong and drug abuse by participants. But one major controversy surrounding the race is barely talked about: the lack of female participants. Actually, women aren’t even allowed to race in the Tour de France, so it’s less of an issue of participation and more of an issue of straight-up discrimination. Some women, such as Kathryn Bertine, SKN National Champion Cyclist and filmmaker, as well as many other professional female cyclists,...
Thinking of taking a class in art? Spanish? Astrophysics? Not when there's a space available at the School for Undressing! Unfortunately, the school closed quite some time ago. It opened in 1937, charging 30 hard-earned dollars (worth a whopping $497 today!) for six lessons to learn how to "undress" for your husband. Imagine spending $497 to pick-up an act "tee many martoonies" would have you doing anyway! Now I know you're wondering "How can I ever learn to strip properly if the school no longer exists?" Well don't...
In The New York Times’ recent Social Q’s, a New York City mom wrote in about a dilemma facing her daughter and a birthday party. Her daughter was invited to a five-year-old’s superhero themed birthday party, but then she was un-invited. Instead, she was invited to a separate birthday party, which is just for girls. Here’s the question below: We received a "save the date" card for a fifth birthday party for a boy my daughter knows. It was to be a Superhero Soiree. But shortly...
It's the tragic truth that on average, for every dollar a female earns, males earn just seventy-seven cents. In 224 years, there has never been a male president. Oh wait, flip that… reverse it… For the male who is still insecure about whether he is naturally in positions of power, Dockers has created a line for him. I’m guessing the name implies that the wearer can slide these bottoms over his perfectly muscular bee-hind and go from looking like this: To looking like this: The alpha male!...
Photographer Alicia Vera is a Miami native whose intrigue with photographing strippers led her to a close friendship with a young woman named Eden. Vera had tried to take photos at various strip clubs over the years, but was consistently denied access. She was able to get the privileges she desired after landing an office job doing social media in the adult entertainment industry. Through Vera’s visits to clubs, she met Eden, then 18, who was working as a stripper. Eden swore she would never do...