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When It Comes To Gender Stereotyping, Pink Is Not The Problem

When It Comes To Gender Stereotyping, Pink Is Not The Problem

In his analysis of the problems (real and falsely perceived) with the “pink aisle,” MovieBob has some things to say about “The Hunger Games”—namely that it reinforces an outdated notion of male = good and female = bad by giving its heroine stereotypically masculine traits and the Capitol stereotypically feminine ones. Watch MovieBob explain why pink is not the problem on The Mary Sue…

“Histagrams” Bring History Into The Internet Age

history on instagram

What if famous events from history had been documented on social networking? The Tumblr blog Histagrams seeks to answer that question with these filtered and hashtagged blasts from the past. See more Histagrams on The Mary Sue…

The Invisible Bike Helmet, Yet Another Awesome Invention By Ladies

invisible bike helmet

Swedish industrial designers Anna Haupt and Terese Alstin have created head protection for cyclists that isn’t bulky, uncomfortable, or unsightly – in fact, it doesn’t even look like it’s there at all. Learn more by watching this short documentary on The Mary Sue…

If “Game Of Thrones” Were A Children’s Book Series

Mr. Honor Game of Thrones

Mr. Men and Little Miss are beloved books for children, so what’s the Internet to do but cross them with the bloody world of A Song of Ice and Fire? Behold: Mr. Men and Little Miss Game of Thrones, a series which includes Mr. Pimp and Little Miss Vengeance.  Aww. See all seven on The Mary Sue…

Jack O’ Lantern Dinosaurs Make Up For That Whole Extinction Thing

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You know for about five seconds I was sitting here thinking, “I wonder how long it takes to light all the candles and how much of a fire hazard it is” and then I remembered that we have this technology called electricity and LED lights. New York’s Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze is probably up on that. Find more photos on The Mary Sue…

“Simpsons” Actress Marcia Wallace Has Passed Away

"Simpsons" Actress Marcia Wallace Has Passed Away

Comedienne Marcia Wallace, best known as Mrs. Krabappel from “The Simpsons,” has died at the age of 70.

“She passed at 9 p.m. last night due to complications from breast cancer of which she was a long and proud survivor and advocate for women and healing,” Wallace’s friend Cathryn Michon told Deadline. “Ironically it was during breast cancer awareness month during which she was always a funny ray of hope for so many. I’m devastated.” Read more on The Mary Sue…

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