Posts tagged "judgment"

Cindy Crawford Was Judged By Her Calculus Professor Because Of Her Looks

OK, so it's a little difficult to feel tons of sympathy for the genetically blessed amongst us. But everyone has their struggles in life and when you're a person who is only known for their looks, sometimes people treat you like you don't have any brains. Case in point: Cindy Crawford learned an awful lesso…
By: Claire Hannum / April 2, 2014

The Soapbox: On Feminism & Judging Other Women

It was easy to roll one's eyes at Elizabeth Wurtzel's recent piece on TheAtlantic.com, "1 Percent Wives Are Helping To Kill Feminism And Make The War On Women Possible." Although I understand the point Wurtzel was trying to make (educated women who don't advance in the workforce and financially support themselves/their families are…
By: Jessica Wakeman / June 19, 2012

Girl Talk: Go Ahead, Tell Me I’m In The Wrong Relationship

When I was 18 years old, I wanted to get my then-boyfriend’s initials tattooed across my hand. I needed the world to know that we were madly in love (which, of course, we weren’t) and this was going to be the man (which, of course, he wasn’t) that I’d spend the rest of my life…
By: Rebecca Brown / November 2, 2010