11 Reasons I’ll Never Get Botox Again

Kamilah Black / June 22, 2011

I thought Botox would change my life. I admired the shiny, perfect foreheads of my elders on “The Real Housewives of Orange County” (or New York, New Jersey, D.C. and Miami, for that matter) and wished that I too could include myself in the natural-but-not club. I’m 28 and definitely the only one in my… More »


Katy Perry Talks Universal Health Care And Big Boobs

Jessica Wakeman / June 22, 2011

“It just feels like the thing running our country is a bank, money. I know it sounds like an intense viewpoint, but I’m only slowly but surely getting the wool taken off my eyes. When I was a kid, I asked questions about my faith. Now I’m asking questions about the world. I think we… More »


Tennis Is Not A Beauty Contest, Wimbledon

Jessica Wakeman / June 22, 2011

For shame, Wimbledon: the tennis tournament’s website is asking fans to vote on its most attractive players. Yesterday, the vote was about “best-looking” male players (Roger Federer won) and today the vote is about “best-looking” women players. The vote isn’t even about something that involves a little bit of skill or personality, like the best… More »


Dear Wendy: “I’m Jealous Of My Boyfriend’s Friendship With His Ex”

Wendy Atterberry / June 22, 2011

My boyfriend is still friends with his ex-girlfriend of a year, who also happens to be friends with all of his friends. They all hang out often and I see that they still talk over text messages and in person. I really feel uncomfortable and that it’s unfair that he’s still friends with her whe… More »


The Best Song About Your Vagina You’ll Hear All Day

Jessica Wakeman / June 22, 2011

Why, this is just about the catchiest song about my vagina that I’ve ever heard. It may be an advertisement for the Mooncup, a reusable sanitary cup, but damn if it’s not the new official Frisky anthem. [LoveYourVagina.com]… More »


Where Did Public Proposals Come From?

Out of all the women who got engaged last year and posted themselves on TheKnot.com, 43 percent received a public proposal, ranging from the guy who filmed a movie trailer to the one who painted a mural in New York’s East Village popping the questions. This led Slate.com to wonder: how did this whole concept… More »