Monthly Archives: February 2012
When I first saw the headline for this Glamour piece, I have to admit, my mind jumped to all kinds of dystopian conclusions: Love-gloves with a built-in nanochip that automatically activates when the rubber gets used, and spills all the … Continue reading
These guys do: Women’s Health Experts Speak Out from Judd Nelson Because when a middle-aged (or older) man tells you to put an aspirin between your knees, you know he knows what he’s talkin’ about. Right, ladies?
I have a terrible confession to make, kiddies: I feel absolutely no pity or sorrow for Stephen Fucking Harper, now that his chickens are finally coming to roost after more than 20 years. Yeah, I know that the man has … Continue reading
Tell me we both matter…don’t we?
Crappy weekend, everyone! Don’t you just love that .gif? I can’t seem to stop watching it, it exerts the strangest fascination. (Especially when set to music.) And just look at the color of that ice cream, too. Can he really … Continue reading
Here you go. Her entire “debating” style, condensed: Next time Quitbull decides to string her rubes along with another half-assed dabble in campaigning, just pull this one out and use it to distract you from that grating voice. You might … Continue reading
Sigh. What’s a girl to do when she’s looking for Latin American lefty-porn to give her readers their Friday fix of progressive pulchritude? All the news is full of Chavecito and his maybe-recurred cancer (or maybe-just-scar-tissue, did-THAT-ever-occur-to-you-crapaganda-whores?). And we all … Continue reading
He works out: This just keeps getting funnier every time I see it. Most of all because it’s true. It’s funny because he’s sexy, and he’s sexy because he’s funny. It’s like an endless positive feedback loop! And if the … Continue reading
Ah, oui. C’est fini, l’ennui: The term “mademoiselle” is about to disappear from French paperwork. Under pressure from campaigners, the government has decided that women will not have to choose how to describe themselves on official documents. Unlike men, women … Continue reading