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Photoshopped Painting Of Venus Questions Our “Ideal” Standard Of Beauty

Young models, like in Seventeen magazine, are not the only females getting digitally enhanced and fully photoshopped to unrealistic proportions these days. Throughout many famous paintings of the Goddess of Love and Beauty, Venus has been slenderized and boob-ified in Anna Utopia Giordano’s showcase, titled “Venus.”

An Italian artist, Giordano took some of the most famous paintings of the nudey lady and stripped her down to fit the vicious 21st century beauty standards that pour through magazine pages everyday. Curvaceous thighs and fuller tummies were tucked, and all breasts were given implants. All of them. (See the “after” version of Botticelli’s painting after the jump.) Keep reading »

10 Ways To Love Your Body
Summer's the perfect time to show your bod some love! Read More »
Photoshopped Dudes
Women aren't the only ones who've suffered from Photoshop. Read More »

Girl Talk: I Was Born A Girl Scout

DIY: Friendship Bracelets
Make your very own! Read More »
Friendship Facts
7 things we've learned about friendship since high school. Read More »
Girl Scouts Attacked
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Politician accused the Girl Scouts of promoting homosexuality. Read More »

To ensure my place as a “true Texan,” a jar of actual Lone Star dirt placed underneath the Connecticut hospital delivery bed confirmed that I was technically born on Texas soil. But establishing I was half-Texan was not the only attribute that my mother would assure I inherited from her side of the family, though. The day I popped out, Mom made sure to whisper the Girl Scout Promise into my newborn ears, an oration that would stick with me for the next 18 years.

After both my aunt and now-deceased grandmother received the Trefoil Award, an award given to “outstanding [women] and dedicated community leader[s] who embody the beliefs and principles of the Girl Scout Movement,” I had no other choice but to become a Girl Scout. My grandmother was a woman so involved in Girl Scouts that a GS Leadership Center was named in her honor. And she made damn well sure that every one of her daughters and granddaughters would represent the Girl Scout Mission and become “girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.” Keep reading »

“The Light In Her Eyes” Documentary Explores Koran’s Influence On Girls

Losing My Religion
Rachel Rabbit White on growing up and out of the Bible Belt. Read More »
Muslim discrimination
Today's Lady News
A bus driver refused to drive women wearing Muslim veils. Read More »
Frisky Feminism!
Everything The Frisky has ever written about feminism! Read More »
"The Light In Her Eyes"

Houda Al-Habash is not only seen driving her car in the opening scene of “The Light In Her Eyes,” but she is also steering hundreds of young Syrian girls and women to study the Koran. The 2011 documentary, airing on Thursday, July 19 on PBS’s Point Of View series, explores the impact studying the the Koran has on the girls and how it empowers them to become whatever they wish to be. Keep reading »

A Saucy Squabble Over “Fifty Shades Of Grey” Leads To Boyfriend Being Charged With Assault

Ice Cream Assault
Assault with a deadly ice cream cake at McDonald's. Read More »
Casting "Fifty Shades"
Who we think should play Christian, Ana, and everyone else. Read More »
Misunderstanding Kink
Some folks don't understand kink is not sexual abuse. Read More »
50 shades of grey photo

Apparently, reading 50 Shades of Grey warrants being squirted in the face with 50 Shades of Brown.

Raymond Hodgson, 31, was recently charged with common assault after finding his partner, Emma McCormick, reading the BDSM erotic novel Fifty Shades of Grey, before slapping her in the face and  squirting a mysterious brown sauce on her because he found the books “pornographic” and “distasteful.” Keep reading »

This Lady Charges $60 An Hour To Cuddle

Self-Making Bed
This bed makes itself!!!! Watch »
On Bed Sharing
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How to share a bed with your bf at a parents' house. Read More »
Screw Cuddling!
Here are 13 other things to do after sex. Read More »
WTF?
Snug As A Bug In A Rug

We all know cuddling is the BEST thing to do with your significant other. But what if your boyfriend, roommate, or stuffed bear just isn’t in the mood? No fear, Jackie Samuels is here! This ingenious 29-year old New York woman now charges fellow snugglers $60 an hour to cuddle. Creator of her own business, called The Snuggery, Samuels firmly states that this is not about sex and that she always liked to cuddle and “it seemed pretty simple to [her].” Well, I know I’ll be ready to shell it out for Samuels whenever my Bear Bear just ain’t feelin’ it one night.

Pat Buchanan Hopes He’ll Never See A Woman President In His Lifetime

Why Hillary Isn't President
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Gloria Steinem isn't surprised that Hillary Clinton is not our president. Read More »
Frisky Sexism
All of The Frisky's posts about sexism. Read More »
Verbal Diarrhea From A Sexist Jerk

Recently fired from MSNBC due to his blatant racism, conservative commentator Pat Buchanan whipped out another sexist comment during an episode of “The McLaughlin Group” on Sunday, saying that he hopes a female will not be elected president during his lifetime. Roll eyes.

With over 20 countries boasting female leaders, and Hillary Clinton having run for the American presidency in 2008, I can see Mr. Buchanan being very disappointed in the near future. Or, at least, so I hope. [Think Progress]

How To Accept Criticism In 5 Easy Steps

Dear Mayor Bloomberg
No one stands between me and my extra-large Coke! Read More »
Guy Called Me Crazy
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An open letter to the guy who called me "crazy." Read More »
Have Bad Self-Esteem?
If you truly believe you suck, self help may not work for you. Read More »

Last week, I wrote an “Open Letter to Mayor Bloomberg,” informing him he had no right to tell me how much Coca-Cola I am allowed to consume. After many comments about me sounding like “a high school drama queen” and telling me to “calm down,” I felt very discouraged, and even doubtful about my writing in general.

While I did get a few positive reviews, I soon realized that many commenters did not understand the tongue-in-cheek tone I tried to embody, and I decided to carefully read through each comment in effort to learn from what everyone had to say, even the nastier toned ones. Even if you don’t write on the internet and don’t regularly have strangers critiquing your words, we all face criticism of some sort on a daily basis — here’s how I learned to get the most out of it. Keep reading »

Google Supports LGBT Community With “Legalize Love” Campaign

Obama Supports Gays
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The president comes out in support of same-sex unions. Read More »
Gay Marriage Ad
This marriage equality ad will give you chills. Watch »
NC Gay Ban
NC gay marriage ban photo
North Carolina voted to add gay marriage ban to state constitution. Read More »
google legalize love

Google has launched a new campaign, Legalize Love, which hopes to end discrimination against homosexuals. At the Global LGBT Workplace Summit on Saturday in London, Google executive Mark Palmer-Edgecumbe introduced the campaign, sharing Google’s goals to “[develop] alliances with local companies and [support] grassroots organizing efforts in [other] countries.” The purpose of the campaign is not about necessarily legalizing gay marriage, but is more focused on supporting LGBQT workers in countries where homosexuality is criminalized. Keep reading »

I’m A Barbie Girl, In A … Barbie Box?

Barbie Vs. Reality
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Katie Halchishick depicts Barbie vs. reality in O Magazine. Read More »

Although the theme for their Somerset, England prom was “Charlie & The Chocolate Factory,” two young ladies in England did not hold back from reliving the scenes they had once performed with their Barbies years ago. Emily Pounde and Hannah Jagger arrived at their prom dressed up in their gowns but encased inside giant Barbie boxes.

Pounde’s “mum” is the mastermind behind these nearly $400 creations, made out of plywood and Perspex. ”After all the feedback the girls’ entrance got, I’d say it was worth the effort,” Christine, Pounde’s mother, told the Western Gazette. Keep reading »

Project Unbreakable Sheds A Different Light On Sexual Assault

I don’t think I’ve ever been so moved, and yet so disturbed, by a series of photographs than I am by Grace Brown’s “Project Unbreakable.” Totally enveloped by each and every image and accompanying text, I could not hold back a few tears, or the goose bumps. “Project Unbreakable,” a photography project created in October 2011, explores the raw truth of sexual assault, as it’s experienced by both men and women. Each victim is asked to write down quotes that were said before, during, or after the assault. Then, Brown photographs each victim and displays them on her website. Some victims are willing to show their face in the photographs, while others use the poster to shield themselves. Keep reading »

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