1. Maya Rudolph Grants Our Wish For More Funny Gals On The Late Night Scene



    Not too long ago we were rallying to get a female replacement after Letterman’s departure…but what’s the next best thing besides replacing a big late night name? Endeavoring into uncharted waters and getting the chance to start your own show! I’m counting my lucky stars and sending major support to Maya Rudolph now … Read More

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  2. Web Comic Reminds Us Not To Live In Fear When Traveling Alone



    “Well-behaved women seldom make history” is a tale as old as time. This can be applied to women traveling and making independent, wayward decisions. We’ve all been told not to walk alone at night, to avoid strangers, to keep ourselves safe and protected because the world is full of danger! I’m not suggesting that it isn’t full of danger… Read More

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  3. Nerd Out! It’s Record Store Day

     


    Get your girl band on this Saturday, April 19, for Record Store Day in New York City and across the country. The day promotes what record shops do best: provide rare goods for the hungriest fans to slobber over. You might be able to order pork soup buns online these days, but the stuff we’re about to tell you about is available exclusively at independent retailers on Record Store Day. Find y… Read More

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  4. Chelsea Clinton’s Pregnant and I Don’t Really Care


    Daughter of former presidential family, Chelsea Clinton, announced her first pregnancy yesterday. The news spurred absurd accusations about how “the baby” has or will affect the potential Clinton administration. Like vultures, conservatives have bombarded the internet claiming that Chelsea’s baby could not only interfere with Hillary Clinton’s prospective campaign, but that it also repositions the… Read More

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  5. Calm Down Internet; It’s Ok that Mara Wilson Won’t Be in Mrs. Doubtfire 2

    The internet seemed to have a conniption over child actress Mara Wilson not wanting to appear in a Mrs. Doubtfire sequel.


     My first question: What happened to Mara Wilson? 


    Let’s all feel old for a second: Mara Wilson is a grown-ass woman. She is 26 years old.


    So I did my research. I’ve followed her on Twitter and read her blog, Mara Wilson Writes Stuff and she is freaking hilarious. And an awesome writer; she writes for Cracked.com. She also appeare… Read More

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  6. The Only Female-Owned Instrument Repair Shop in NYC


    Tune in musical folks - we have some good news for the busted guitar stuffed in the back of your closet, begging to be united with your once curious fingers. Owners of Brooklyn Lutherie, Mamie Minch and Chloe Swantner, run the only female-owned, and staffed stringed-instrument repair shop in all of New York City and Brooklyn. These two highly masterful ladies have dedicated their expertise to meet… Read More

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  7. Bathing Your Easter Bunny Isn’t Cool


    My rage can’t even take a break for Easter.


    Not even this most fortuitous Easter, the Sunday of which the mystical 20th day of the 4th month falls upon. This viral video rabbit looks like she’s straight chilling jacuzzi-style, but could actually be in shock.









    It’s kinda like how doctors tell you Q-tips are actually bad for your ears, and you real… Read More

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  8. Breaking News: Teens Want/Need To Talk About Sex


    Sex permeates the lives of teenagers in one way or another; whether it’s vaguely through the media, gossip at school or directly from adults and educators. A lot of the time teens have more misconceptions and questions than answers. Luckily, a group of informed students in Nassau County took strides to raise awareness and open dialogue abou… Read More

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  9. 5 Reasons Why House of Cards Is Feminist Friendly





    In case you haven’t hopped on the House of Cards bandwagon yet, here are five reasons why this political drama will tickle your feminist fancy:



    1)  It passes the Bechdel test.



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  10. "A Sleepover Gone Wrong": Excerpts from Laurence Philomene’s "Sugar High" Series


    Laurence Philomene describes her photos as a “pre-teen sleepover gone wrong,” but I still kind of wish I went to this party. The 20-year-old freelance photographer from Montreal explores gender and femininity in many of her groups of photographs, but “Sugar High” takes the cake!


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