Black History Month presents the opportunity to explore African-American history: A history marked by the struggle for a fair and equitable America that treats its citizens and residents with respect and dignity, regardless of skin color. However, that struggle is often painted as “the issues of the past” that have been overcome and surpassed thanks […]
Over the past decade, pet food and treat related illnesses and recalls, many of which are linked to products from China, have made many pet owners more wary about what they buy their pets. It can be difficult, and sometimes expensive, to provide treats sourced entirely from the USA. Show More Summary
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To celebrate the anniversary of her “Let’s Move” health and fitness campaign, Michelle Obama has asked social media users to partake in her #GimmeFive challenge by sharing five tips for being healthy. Beyonce took this as an opportunity to grace us peasants with a peek into her fitness routine, which involves crunches, some kind of kickboxing situation, […]
Tuesday night’s series finale of “Parks and Recreation” was the perfect swan song to a wonderful show that always delighted in the simple joys of life, instead of sneering at the world from a perch on high. But the best part of the show was its unabashed commitment to celebrating strong women. Amy Poehler’s Leslie […]
I don’t know about you, but this semi-nauseating Instagram is definitely the kind of imagery I like to see first thing in the morning. The Kardashians signed a record-breaking $100 million deal with E! to keep their reality show running for at least four more seasons. I have to begrudgingly give props to Kris Jenner for negotiating […]
I will never tire of watching cats explore snow for the first time. I mean, look at the wonder in their eyes! Look at their utter fascination/potential love for a substance I’ve come to hate so deeply! That is refreshing, friends. It’s a whole new view on life — or something like that. Watch Sophie the cat try to […]
Do you want to know how to handle any style or beauty conundrum with grace and decorum? We’re here to help. This week, Rebecca asks about the delicate art of bridesmaid dresses.
Mirjana Puhar, a 19-year-old model who was a contestant on cycle 21 of "America's Next Top Model," was killed in what appears to be a triple murder.
I do not feel bad about laughing at people when they fall, so long as they are not injured, because I am totally fine with people laughing at me when I fall, which happens often enough to make this a fair deal. I mean, I’m not saying you should laugh so loudly that it is […]
Today in Lady News, Hillary Clinton talks about tech's glass celiing, HBO is offering a fellowship for diverse writers, and there are two lesbians in the upcoming "Jem and the Holograms" movie.
HEY! Good news cancer patients! All that chemo and medical treatment is for naught — turns out, cancer is just like, a fungus, and can be flushed right out of you with some good old fashioned baking soda. Just like your oven or your drain! Or a volcano in a school science project! This is […]
Still-totally-awesome R&B songstress Erykah Badu made her second appearance on a local TV news broadcast today, interviewed by CBS-DFW 11 in Dallas about being one of the many passengers stranded at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport as planes were grounded because of an incoming storm. After the newscaster’s introduction, the camera pans to show the back […]
It’s been almost three months since I started looking into the case of Meredith Talusan, a trans scholar at Cornell University who had a housing scholarship through the Telluride Association, “a nonprofit organization that creates and...Show More Summary
August 24th, 2013 marked the first day I went to work fully and wholly as myself. It has been 18 months since that fateful day. That day also marked the last time my parents saw me in person. To say the last 18 months have been up and down is an understatement. I haven’t seen … Continue reading Life in Transition: 18 Months
Guess what? We’re on episode seven of Downton Abbey, which means we’re in the home stretch! And we have all of the staples of a primetime soap opera in this episode: a wedding that may or may not occur, opposition to a marriage, an announcement from a killjoy, a mother bitchier than Joan Crawford in … Continue reading New Show Recap: Downton Abbey, Episode 5×08
Alabama Judge Roy Moore wonders: "W hen two bisexuals or two transgendered marry, how large is that family?"
Today was my day off and I had important things to do (read: finish up Broadchurch on Netflix). It’s also really damn cold, so I wanted something quick and easy that would warm me up. This soup definitely hit the mark. I discovered this recipe on the Wegman’s app (the only app I use more … Continue reading Sinus-Clearing Shrimp and Rice Noodle Soup
Today in Things Florida Bros Do For Fun, Apparently, we have a guy from the great sunshine state purporting to vape his friend’s semen — and all it took to get him to inhale was $68 measly dollars. Video evidence of this alleged vaguely homoerotic feat — I say alleged because we don’t actually have […]