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  I've been chalking my hair with sidewalk chalk and water since I was 13 years old. I refuse to accept the hair I was born with!  If you're like me, you've known you were destined for hair greatness since you first saw Jewel Staite as Catalina on Space Cases (OMG, SNICK). Just when I think I've seen the most extreme hair my eyeballs can handle, there's a new trend that goes above and beyond my wildest dreams!  Below are 9 of the wildest, dreamist, most lust-worthy hair trends popping up...
My son is four. When he was two, he went through a phase of wearing pink pants to day care for about two weeks.About four weeks before preschool ended for summer this year, he started wearing skirts, dresses, and flowery shirts to school most days. I felt a little awkward about it for the first couple of days, but I didn’t have any good reason to stop it, and frankly, I had several good reasons to support it.For one thing, it made the miserable drudgery...
Remember that bizarrely empowering video in which Ilana Glazer told you how amazing you are while she was totally naked in a white room?  She is the poster-child for positive self-image and any Broad City fan can tell you that her character exudes confidence in the most pure, unobnoxious way—she knows she is amazing and wants everyone around her to feel the same about themselves. But it was difficult for even the Kween of self-confidence to say “I love ya bitch” to her own curls as a...
The club goes up on a Tuesday. There’s taco Tuesday (it’s a thing, look it up). And yes, we vote on a Tuesday. Why the hell do we vote on a Tuesday though? And why aren’t important days, like days that could cause complete political revolutions like voting in the primaries, made a national holiday? Brace yourself, because this may surprise you, but the reason is because voting and democracy in America was designed to serve rich white men. Shocking, I know.Congress decided Tuesday worked...
"A fast horse and a soaring eagle are the wings of a nomad." — Kazakh proverb Falconry, training raptors to hunt for game, is particularly suited to vast grasslands, especially in combination with horses and dogs. The earliest images of falconry appear in Assyrian and Hittite reliefs of the 9th and 8th centuries BC. Classical Greek and Roman authors Ctesias, Aristotle, Pliny, and Aelian described falconry, and in about AD 1270 Marco Polo detailed how the nomads of Central Asia hunted on horseback with small falcons,...