With the news that the government is monitoring our phone calls, emails, and other private information through a program called PRISM, Americans (both citizens and lawmakers) are engaged in a debate over the merits of giving up individual freedom to protect against a greater threat: terrorism. Throughout our country's history, and especially in the last six months since the shootings at Sandy Hook, similar debates have emerged surrounding gun control laws. An article on opposingviews. Read More
Everyone’s favorite cartoon redheaded boy is set to star in a feature film adaptation of the 72-year-old comic series Archie. The live action movie will be directed by Jason Moore (Pitch Perfect) and the screenplay will be written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacsa (Glee). There have been TV show adaptations of the comic as well as a made-for-TV movie, but Riverdale crew has never hit the big screen before. The most famous plot points of the Archie comics involve Archie’s love-triangle with blonde beauty Betty and brunette babe Veronica. Read More
I don't think you're ready for this jelly. No, really, though. I couldn't even handle these scrumptiously beautiful foodz. Try not to drool on your keyboard as we take you on a rollercoaster of noms that you will want inside of you immediately.   A little savory: A little sweet: Drooling yet? That one actually made my stomach growl.  Warning: the next ones are maybe too perfect.  My personal favorite: If you have any good recipes that resemble some of these delicious goodies, share them in the comments because we're just dying over here. Read More
By now most people are familiar with the sizeist comments made by Mike Jeffries, the CEO of Abercrombie and Fitch. If you’ve kept up with the story, you probably saw the kickass pictures that Jes Baker modeled in, re-imagining A&F campaigns as Attractive & Fat, juxtaposing her size 22 body against a male model one would typically see in Abercrombie & Fitch ads. If you loved her A&F campaign (and let’s be real, how could you not?) you might be interested in her next project: The Body Love Conference. Read More
In today's feature of “How did these people get elected?” news, Governor Phil Bryant from Mississippi is blaming America’s troubled education system on working mothers. Education is a hot topic in today’s political sphere, and while almost everyone can agree that our system needs to be reformed, how to do so and the causes of our failing education system are highly contested. On June 4th, The Washington Post, The Annie E. Read More
Mental illness is a major issue in both the health care community and society. Chances are, you know people who have either depression or anxiety, and of those people you know, it is probable that they are women. At least, that's what a new study coming out of Oxford University says. According to the results, which looked at 12 major studies done throughout the world in the last 20+ years, women are 40% more likely to develop mental illness than men as well as women being 75% more likely to report suffering from depression and 60% more likely than men to report having an anxiety disorder. Read More
Do you own a TV and/or eyeballs? Then chances are, you've seen a commercial for Viagra or some other drug that improves men’s sex drive. You know the kind - couples sitting in separate bathtubs on the beach, a man trying and failing to build a fire, people swing dancing in their kitchens for no reason.  But have you ever seen a commercial for drugs that boost lady libidos? No ma'am. A new pill being developed might change that. Lybrido, a sex drive enhancing drug for women, is expected to enter the market in 2016. Read More
The dreaded cameltoe is no more! No, don’t worry, we aren’t talking about the song (THAT will be around forever).  A product now out on the market claims it can remove the kind of cameltoe that is a fashion faux pas. The Cuchini company makes a lightweight, reusable pad that "comfortably" sticks to your undies to eliminate what they call the “frontal wedgie.” Most important thing about this product: its tagline is “Our Lips Are Sealed.” Think about that for a second. Read More