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Yahoo’s New CEO Marissa Mayer Is Seven Month’s Pregnant

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Today in Ba-BOOM! news: Yahoo’s newly-appointed CEO Marissa Mayer, former VP of Google, is seven months pregnant. With a baby. Seven months pregnant with a baby and running a huge company. I know, right? Keep reading »

Women Score Higher In IQ Tests, Win Battle of The Sexes Once And For All

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The victory bell has been rung and the battle of the sexes can come to a close once and for all. (Just kidding!)  A new study has found women are now surpassing men on IQ test scores.

In the past, women have straggled behind men on IQ tests. However, a study conducted by New Zealand-based researcher James Flynn, an IQ testing expert, found women are scoring on average five points higher. Keep reading »

Rad Reads Week: Book Recommendations For (Almost) Your Every Obsession

I’m a person who gets on kicks. I see an autobiographical movie and I spend the next five hours researching every iota of information about the person on the internet. The great thing is, whatever you current obsession — no matter how vaguely random — there’s probably a book to satiate it. Here are but 10 topics you might be obsessing over and mostly recent/new books to satisfy your craving.

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Mississippi Museum To Lesbian Couple: You’re Not Welcome Here

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  • A publicly-funded museum in Mississippi refuses to allow a lesbian couple to hold a commitment ceremony on their grounds. The Masonic Hall at the Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Museum told Ceara Sturgis and Emily Key that it has a policy against same-sex couples. [Think Progress]
  • Marissa Meyer from Google has allegedly been appointed Yahoo’s new CEO, according to reports. [The Wrap]
  • On how President Obama could do more to protect immigrant women. [WomensENews]
  • Nine funny women who don’t defend Daniel Tosh’s rape joke. [Yahoo Shine] Keep reading »

Women On Hill Receive Significantly Less Than Their Male Counterparts

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Today in BS: female Republican House staffers make a whopping $10,093.09 less than the male Republican House staff. Yes, you should read that number again: $10,093.09!

The Democrats aren’t innocent either: female staffers on the Democratic side earn $1,473.65 less, on average, annually than their male counterparts. While the difference is not insignificant, my mind is completely blown looking at the difference that female and male Republican House staffers annually earn. Keep reading »

Thinspo Blogger Who Fat-Shamed Kate Upton Vows To Change Her Ways

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Sure, he "apologized," but he's still a lazy, sexist jerk. Read More »
  • The anonymous pro-anorexia, “thinspiration” blogger who trashed curvaceous model Kate Upon on her Skinny Gossip blog for being “fat,” has said she will remove the “Starving Tips Of The Day” from her site and will include resources for eating disorders, depression and self-injury. However, it’s unfortunate that Skinny Gurl, as she calls herself, did so after getting death and rape threats. [NY Daily News]
  • Missouri Governor Jay Nixon, a Democrat, vetoed a bill which would have allowed employers and health insurance providers not to offer coverage for birth control, abortion, or sterilization if those things were against their own personal religious beliefs. “We want families making decisions — not insurance companies,” Gov. Nixon said. Good man. [Think Progress]
  • For the first time ever, this year more female athletes than male athletes will represent the USA at the Olympics. [The Mary Sue]
  • Comedian Daniel Tosh was heckled onstage? Waaaaaaaaah. [Feministing]
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