Mind Of Man: This Dude Owes His Career To A Feminist

By: John DeVore / December 7, 2011

I would not be blogging about the various and amusing differences between dudes and chicks for fun and profit if it were not for a boss who dressed like she was ready to hit a late-’90s girl power soft rock music festival at a moment’s notice. 

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Check Out Courtney Stodden’s Latest Inappropriate Outfit

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / December 7, 2011

A Bike That’s Perfect For Just Cruisin’

By: Julie Gerstein / December 7, 2011

A couple of years ago, I had the chance to go to Amsterdam for a few days. My favorite part? No, not the weed, you stoners! It was the bikes! Most people get around on easygoing cruisers, with high handle bars that make it easy to see where you’re going as you’re biking around town. More »

Angry Birds Reaches Peak Cultural Saturation Point With (Fugly) Angry Birds Dress

By: Jessica Wakeman / December 7, 2011

When Amelia IMed me a photograph of this dress this morning, I just thought it was a fugly dress. Then she patiently explained to me it is not just an ugly dress, but an ugly Angry Birds dress, which I finally see if I stare at the wearer’s right boob. Next time, Teija Vesterbacka, wife… More »

10 Makeup Palettes That Are Almost Too Pretty To Use

By: Rachel Krause / December 7, 2011

I’ll admit it: much of the reason I own so much makeup is because I’m a sucker for aesthetics. Glossy gold tubes, shiny lettering, minimalist sans-serif fonts… these are all variables that contribute to me forking over my debit card in yet another Sephora sin, but what really gets me is colors. When I ope… More »

The Life And Times Of Snookie Lanore

By: Julie Gerstein / December 7, 2011

Drag balls are a vibrant part of gay urban culture; the 1990 documentary “Paris Is Burning” perfectly encapsulated the showmanship, extravagance and fierceness of the underground parties, where contestants danced, vogued and walked off in “realness” battles. More than 20 years later, drag balls are still alive and well — and they’ve entranced a younger… More »