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The first trailer for Rough Night — starring Broad City's Ilana Glazer, Saturday Night Live's Kate McKinnon, Zoe Kravitz, Scarlett Johansson, and Jillian Bell — flips the girl's weekend comedy on its head. Directed by Lucia Aniello and co-written by Aniello and Broad City's Paul W. Downs, Rough Night follows its all-star cast to Johansson's Miami bachelorette party. They take shots, they do coke, they check out the local "babes." They bring a male stripper to the house and, in the words of Bell, are "swimmin' in...
Lindsey McEntee isn’t a fan of the term "feminine hygiene products." “What the hell is a ‘feminine hygiene product’? Something about that phrase has always seemed ridiculous to me,” she says. “You don’t call shampoo ‘hair hygiene products,’ you know? Periods are already considered gross by some people — the word ‘hygiene’ adds to that. Every word counts, whether you intend it to or not.” McEntee is familiar with the power of words; she majored in marketing and English in college, with a minor in gender studies....
A day without a woman at Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, apparently, is a day without clever writing, functional camera operation and audience members. Women are an essential part of Bee’s staff — to make her point, she poked fun by imaging what a segment of Full Frontal would look like if it were produced by the men on her staff. The result was not pretty. The camera swayed around, coming in and out of focus, and Bee delivered a weak joke (about sports, no less!)...
Yesterday was International Women’s Day, and in the United States, it was A Day Without A Woman — a nation-wide strike planned by organizers of the Women’s March. Women were encouraged to strike from labor — paid and unpaid — if they were able to; to wear red; and to avoid making purchases, except from small, women- or minority-owned businesses. Rallies and marches were also planned across the country, and in New York, there were two: one beginning at 12 p.m. at Columbus Circle, and another...
Take control of your uncoupling with this crash course in divorce Nobody plans on getting divorced. But hey, life happens. And no matter how consciously you uncouple, the process can be complicated. We know, because we went through it. If you’re contemplating saying “I don’t,” here are the nuts and bolts to keep in mind. And remember: it gets better. Right Off the Bat: Consider paying an attorney for an 
hour to answer your burning questions, so you can go into the process with your eyes open...
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