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Polaroid Of The Month Club—You Want In?

Yes, it’s another “whatever of the month club” subscription—but, hold up, this one is worth it, mostly because they aren’t sending you cuts of beef or different cigars each month. Polaroid of the Month Club was started by Melanie from the darling You Are My Fave blog. She takes pretty pictures of pretty things with her Polaroid camera, and sometimes takes pretty pictures of things you tell her that you like. Then she sends said pretty pictures to you every first of the month. It’s like a tiny, monthly dose of fuzzy, photographic beauty. (Sure glad the hipsters saved Polaroid now!) It’s three months for $14 and six for $27—you email Melanie to sign up and tell her what you like, too! Seriously, everyone in my life may get this for the holidays this year. [You Are My Fave via The Lil Bee] Keep reading »

The Girls’ Club Is In The Bathroom

Carol Hymowitz writes in The Wall Street Journal that the ladies’ room at her office is the female equivalent of the what men have in a golf courses or cigar clubs. Business is discussed, relationships are formed, advice, whether about “where to find the best look-alike Birkin bag” or how to handle a boss, is asked for and given. It’s nice that we have a place where everything can be put out in the open, I guess (though I’ve never really been a part of a ladies’ room club, myself), but doesn’t it suck that these things to happen where we empty our bowels and bladders? [WSJ.com] Keep reading »

Lip Taken Out Of Service

The 670,000 women in the British service industry won’t let you call them sweetheart — or baby, or darling, or sweet cheeks, or even honey. Just like the women in 9 to 5 sans the ball-gagged boss, Women and Equalities Minister Harriet Harman is putting an end to womanizing in overlooked workplaces. Minister Harman has used her new position to create a statute that will require bar, restaurant, hotel, and even gym managers to be responsible for protecting their female employees from sexual harassment. Since service industry jobs are known for their client lip service, the change is expected to cost British companies 10 million pounds to enforce, according to the government office. So while sexist comments might make the employees feel cheap, the repercussions certainly aren’t. Keep reading »

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