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  If you do a quick Google search for “Obama’s year-end press conference” you will notice one very big trend in the results: each headline, rather than quoting the President or taking note of the nation’s biggest changes over the past year, focuses on the fact that he only took questions from female reporters. This move drew a lot of outrage from conservative pundits, which in turn—and  as expected—caused many a response from liberal news sources. Conservatives of course felt that the move to only answer questions...
In November I responded to one of Seth Rogen’s tweets that invited fans to watch his latest comedy “The Interview” with him over beer and popcorn. Rogen, beer, and popcorn all sounded like a good time to me, so needless to say- I was in. I didn’t know at the time that I would be watching a movie that would then be cancelled from theaters all over the country with Sony Pictures shelving its release entirely over a series of threats from Internet hackers. When the news...
Nicki Minaj blessed us during this holiday season with her amazing new album "Pink Print." Here are some of her inspiring sayings to get you through the day. P.s. You may want to listen to "Feeling Myself" off her new album, featuring Beyonce.  1. Speak Your Mind 2. Work what your mama gave you  3. Don't underestimate yourself.    4. Love Your Body   5. Use "YAAS" not "Yes"  6. Define yourself 7. Recognize your lady power - bitches get sh*t done    8. Be the smartest girl in the room.      9. Keep on reppin' the feminist manifesto.      ...
Still looking for a present for the feminist bookworm in your life? Give the gift of the fascinating and kind of creepy history of Wonder Woman—the only female superhero with the long-lasting power of her male counterparts. Jill Lepore’s The Secret History of Wonder Woman reveals the conflicting values of the superhero’s creator, William Moulton Marston, while exploring her cultural significance and complicated relationship with feminism. On the one hand, Marston was influenced by iconic women such as Margaret Sanger - the founder of Planned Parenthood...
After passing a series of tests, this housewife was deemed “normal” and was instructed to drink a glass of water containing a minuscule amount of acid. Her experience was filmed at the time and has recently resurfaced on YouTube. Her experience is amazing to watch; she tells her observers, "If you can't see it, I guess you'll never know. I feel sorry for you." Watch her experience below, from Inspire Amaze!  ...