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In the past year, we’ve seen some pretty exciting changes from the folks that make Barbie. For one, Barbie was redesigned to allow her to wear flat shoes, which made many (including Barbie’s poor ankles) very happy. Even more recently, we’ve seen some sweet new Barbie ads that highlight the importance of helping girls imagine they can be anything and challenge traditional gender roles in play. Today, there’s even more good Barbie news to add to this list.Back in April of this year, Mattel honored...
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When I left home to pursue my dream of becoming Andy Warhol with a vagina, my life got a little easier once I found four-for-a-dollar ramen. But this dorm-room staple has come a long way since then. With different broths and a huge range of toppings, you can make endless takes on this simple Japanese noodle soup—the easiest meal for the season’s coldest days.  Ramen  Prep time: 10 to 30 minutes(feeds 4-6 people) Here are three tasty bases to get you started: Miso Soup: Bring 4 coffee cups of water...
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On December 6th, transgender Puerto Rican actress Holly Woodlawn died of brain and liver cancer at age 69. She was a star of Andy Warhol’s studio Factory, known for her roles in Trash (1970) and Women in Revolt (1972). Her move from Miami to New York at age 15, as well as her transition from being Haroldo Santiago Franceschi Rodriguez Danhakl to being Holly Woodlawn, were inspirations for Lou Reed’s “Walk On The Wild Side”: "Holly came from Miami, F-L-A Hitchhiked her way across the USA Plucked her eyebrows...
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The 58th Annual Grammy Award nominees were announced this morning, and we rounded up the ladies who are representing. This was a great year for women in music, from Taylor Swift slaying to a much-anticipated album from Florence + the Machine. So how did women do in terms of nominations?Here’s the good news. Taylor Swift conquered the nominations, as usual. Florence + the Machine (helmed by Florence Welch) and Alabama Shakes (headed by Brittany Howard) got a lot of attention for their albums How Big,...
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Amy Schumer’s photo for the 2016 Pirelli calendar stunned the Internet when it was released last week. Shot by Annie Leibovitz in a simple studio, the black-and-white photo shows Amy sitting on a stool in nothing but underwear and heels, holding a cup of coffee as she gazes at the camera.Amy’s Instagram caption may have said it perfectly - “Beautiful, gross, strong, thin, fat, pretty, ugly, sexy, disgusting, flawless, woman. Thank you Annie Leibovitz!” - but the Trainwreck star elaborated on the photoshoot during a...
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