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I asked my mother if it was okay for women to call themselves sluts. We sat in her bedroom and had a conversation. I interjected only slightly for clarity.She begins:Actually, don’t call me a feminist, I’m one of the original feminists.It gives you power to be a slut, and then you realize that all men are emotional doofuses, and it makes you realize that men should just be out hunting, screwing , and working. So, calling yourself a slut contributes to helping men be men and women...
Happy Leap Day, everyone. There are a few Leap Day traditions you might be observing today. Perhaps you’re wearing blue and yellow and crying so that Leap Day William will give you candy and cigarettes (if you don't get that reference, you seriously need to rethink your life choice and get on Netflix to watch the Leap Day episode of 30 Rock). Or perhaps instead, you are a lady-planning to propose to your man on the one day where that is “allowed.” If that’s the case then girl,...
We need to talk about Florynce Kennedy. Besides wearing the hell out of a cowboy hat and having swearing skills that would make a sailor blush, Florynce "Flo" Kennedy helped define the second wave feminist movement by using intersectionality to create solidarity between the black power movement and the feminist movement.  Florynce's activism began early. As a young person, she was arrested when trying to return to her home on East 48th Street because the police didn't believe she lived in the neighborhood. From then on, combating racism...
Emma Watson has dedicated much of her adult life advocating for women. This does not exclude female sexual pleasure. The female orgasm is kinda like the Tooth Fairy for many women. A fantasy originating from a dream-world. The general concept of the Tooth Fairy seems magical and lovely, but verifying any technical and dependable existence proves tedious. Finding the Tooth Fairy is an exercise in frustration. And morning-after evidence can be fleeting at best. If you’re wondering if female sexual pleasure has forgotten about...
Hot off the campaign trail from the Super Bowl, Trainwreck star Amy Schumer and Canadian Seth Rogen of "The Bud Light Party" are back and ready to face one of America’s biggest issues: Diversity. And when would be a better time than during the Oscars, a.k.a. “The White People’s Choice Awards”?Joined once again by Michael Pena, running mates Schumer and Rogen are out to prove that “nothing brings America together like Bud Light." The spot, which aired during the 88th Academy Awards, highlights the diversity of America...