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Once upon a time, there was a snack made out of dried meat. This snack was magical, because it prevented spoilage, and therefore prevented the people of the kingdom from getting sick or hungry in times of trouble. The people rejoiced! Over time, however, a bunch of people decided that this snack needed to take over the world. The only way to do this, in the small minds of these puny people, was to appeal to both men and women, separately (not just humankind in...
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Halloween is getting closer and closer, and what better way to celebrate than watching a horror film – or making one. From now through February 28, 2013, female horror filmmakers can submit their work to Viscera Film Festival. Bonus: unlike most festivals, Viscera does not charge submission fees.  In summer 2013, Viscera will showcase the winning films at the Bloody Carpet Ceremony in Los Angeles, CA. There will be special guest speakers, award presentations, and celebrity guests. Selected films will also be screened in venues domestically...
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Let’s take a collective “holy shit” moment and appreciate the fact that a twelve-year-old has recently managed to score a full two points higher on the IQ test than both Einstein and Stephen Hawking. Yeah, you read that right- a twelve-year-old is more of a genius than the two most well known brilliant dudes in existence EVER.  This little genius is a girl (woo!) from the UK named Olivia Manning. Her IQ score of 162 has landed her the label “genius” and instant fame, as well...
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  By now, you’ve been bombarded with memes of Mitt Romney’s “binders full of women” debate comment. You may have even checked out this nifty game. But I woke up to an extra special treat this morning –and I have Amazon.com reviewers to thank for it. If you search the behemoth of a website for an Avery Durable View Binder with 2 Inch EZ-Turn Ring, you can revel in hundreds of hilariously snarky reviews.   One commenter wrote: "As a woman, I'm not adept at making decisions that concern me...I'd much rather...
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CoverGirl’s newest model is easy, breezy, beautiful – and bald. 13-year-old Talia Castellano is a cancer patient whose makeup tutorials have made her a YouTube star.  Talia first fell in love with makeup when she was diagnosed with neuroblastoma at the age of seven. As she grew older, she began sharing her love and knowledge in YouTube makeup tutorials. She uses makeup to make her feel beautiful. “When I have on a wig I feel, not fake, just not me,” she said. “When I put on makeup...
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