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They should. There are a lot of us. Since the dawn of advertising, marketing strategies aimed at female consumers have had two goals: to convince them that the products being advertised would 1) help them get a man or 2) … Continue reading
An older guy I know on a casual basis asked me for a hug recently – then copped a feel. Or maybe it was an accident. Maybe he inadvertently placed his hands too high up when he hugged me. Either … Continue reading
I was talking to a college teacher yesterday. As an experiment, she had her students list the attributes of someone who would be considered “pretty.” The consensus they came up with: white, slim and blonde. With big breasts. What’s interesting … Continue reading
This was written by Chelsea Handler, actor, comedian and host of Chelsea on Netflix. It appeared in Time magazine. We should laud singledom, not lament it Here I am, a humble single girl trying to make it on my own … Continue reading
Gender fluidity. Pop-up stores. The gig economy. Heteronormativity. Apps for everything. Feminism 2.0. Bernie Sanders. Millennials are transforming the way things are done, discussed and thought about – sometimes in very good ways, and sometimes in very confusing ways.