Creative Way To Quit Your Job: With A Marching Band

By: Ami Angelowicz / October 17, 2011

The angry “I quit!” manifesto ala “Jerry Maguire” is played out. Still, if you’re going to quit your job in this crappy economy, it’s nice to go out with some fanfare. That’s exactly how Joey left his job at the Providence Hotel … with his 19-piece band, the What Cheer Brigade, backing him up. I… More »

The Frisky’s Best & Worst Halloween Stories

By: Jessica Wakeman / October 17, 2011

I’ve never been a Halloween girl — Christmas is really my thing. But this year for the first time ever I’m going to dress up and go out on the town. I decided my costume all the way back in March, weirdly enough, while hanging out in a Spencer’s Gifts with my brother. I saw… More »

21 Celebs Spread Eagle

By: Ami Angelowicz / October 17, 2011

Provocative posing is par for the course when you’re a celebrity. Some sexy stars like to take it a step further and show off the queen of all provocative poses — the spread eagle. Megan Fox isn’t afraid to stretch herself when it comes to innovative posing … literally. Click through to see more cele… More »

Nobel Peace Prize Winner Leymah Gbowee Says Governments Are Afraid Of Women’s Power

By: Julie Gerstein / October 17, 2011

“People have gotten very afraid of women’s non-violent protest. Where no one paid attention before, and saw women as ‘toothless bulldogs,’ today you see the Jenni Williams and Jestina Mukokos of Zimbabwe being arrested as soon as they step out. They haven’t done anything that we did not do. There is [now] this recognition that,… More »

Oh Internet, What Hath Thou Wrought Upon Mine Ovaries?

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / October 17, 2011

I would “Squee!” right now, but French bulldog + baby in a French bulldog Halloween costume = short-circuited Squee-O-Meter. Trust that I am squeeing like Jessica in a baby panda nursery inside though. [Buzzfeed]… More »

Girl Talk: Overcoming My Eating Disorder

By: Skylar Grey / October 17, 2011

Writing about eating disorders feels like an exercise in vulnerability, not because I am ashamed to share my story, but due to the extremely emotional nature of the topic for countless women. In an era of Kate Moss, skinny jeans, and “she’s too skinny!” tabloid fodder, eating disorders run rampant like a cultural epidemic, continuing… More »