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5 Roles Men Project On Women in the Workplace

Women comprise about half the S&P 500 labor force but represent less than 5 percent of those companies' CEOs. Why? In part, because men project five stereotypical roles onto them.

Extremely Hypofractionated Radiation Therapy Shows Promising Toxicity Results for Intermediate Risk Prostate Cancer Patients

For men with intermediate risk prostate cancer, side effects at two years following radiation therapy (RT) were comparable for extremely-hypofractionated treatment, which was delivered in seven fractions across two and a half weeks,Show More Summary

Luis Suarez responds to opponent’s Instagram post about rough play: ‘Soccer is for men

Luis Suarez offered up a few biting remarks to the Atletico Madrid player who posted on Instagram about an injury he sustained when the Barcelona striker delivered a sloppy tackle to him during the second half of Wednesday’s 1-1 draw. La caricia de @LuisSuarez9 a @filipeluis pic.twitter.com/8XjaWxCsT5 — Juan Gato (@J__Gato) September 21, 2016 “Soccer […]

Kevin Spacey’s Piece was the Star of the Emmys

I wasn’t going to write anything about the Emmys because, frankly, I really don’t give a shit about them. Sure, I love television, but the Emmys are a total farce. Big Bang Theory and Two and a Half Men have won like a million Emmys, yet Buffy the Vampire Slayer has like one for writing […] Kevin Spacey’s Piece was the Star of the Emmys was originally published in HecklerSpray

Newswire: Charlie Sheen to play a “lovable man-child” in new Crackle movie

Crackle has announced that it’s working on a new film for its library of digital exclusive movies, with Charlie Sheen set to star in Mad Families. The comedy—which sees the former Two And A Half Men and Anger Management star play toShow More Summary

Women break barriers in engineering and computer science at some top colleges

Prominent schools now seeing half of engineering and computer science programs filled with women, but the share of men in tech-heavy disciplines remains lopsided overall.

Men reveal the questions they've always been too embarrassed to ask women.

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Happy Place

Even though women make up slightly more than half of the world's population, men are still somehow incredibly mystified by their behavior and biology. Dudes have a lot of questions, but most know that some of these questions are kind of ridiculous and not appropriate to actually ask. Show More Summary

Women break barriers in engineering and computer science at some top colleges

Prominent schools now seeing half of engineering and computer science programs filled with women, but the share of men in tech-heavy disciplines remains lopsided overall.

Chuck Lorre Sitcom Selling Fast, Hits 92% of U.S. in Two Months

The latest comedy from the man behind successful syndicated launches for “Two and a Half Men,” “The Big Bang Theory” and “Mike & Molly” is “Mom,” which is now sold in 92% of the U.S. for next fall, TVNewsCheck reports....

6 Serious Health Conditions Linked To Erectile Dysfunction

2 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

We often think of erectile dysfunction (ED) as a mere consequence or side effect of getting older, and that makes sense. After all, some data show that more than half of all men ages 40 to 70 have some form of erectile dysfunction. But...Show More Summary

Reince Priebus Just Wants To Know If He Can Get A Smile From A Pretty Lady

If there is anything women really like, it is for sure when men tell them to smile. I cannot tell you how my quick runs to the grocery store for half & half, my bus trips, and even my time sitting at a bar waiting for a friend to arrive are vastly improved by the

No Kidding: What About The Men? Pt. 1

When I talk about women's choices regarding children, pregnancy, and childbirth, someone usually asks about the men. Last month, I interviewed half a dozen men of varying ages, backgrounds, and life experience about why they never want to have children. Show More Summary

Egyptian Lawmaker Under Fire for FGM Comments

3 weeks agoNews : Newsweek: US

Several Egyptian lawmakers want a member of parliament to be referred to that body’s ethics panel after his assertion that the country should continue the practice of female genital mutilation (FGM) because half the Egyptian men “are...Show More Summary

US Open 2016 Men's Semifinals: Djokovic vs. Monfils Preview, Predictions

The top half of the men's draw at the 2016 U.S. Open has been whittled down to two names: Novak Djokovic and Gael Monfils. When it comes to athleticism, agility and flexibility, they may be the most superior tennis players in the world. Show More Summary

50-year study pinpoints countries where women are doing the least housework

Researchers have looked at the time spent doing housework by men and women living in 19 countries from the early 1960s up to the first decade of the 21st century. They calculate that over a half century across those countries, being a woman can be linked with doing two hours of extra housework per day compared with a man. Show More Summary

Some People In Elevators Are Just AHoles, That's All There Is To It

“Some men just want to watch the world burn.” The now famous line from “The Dark Knight” was used to describe Heath Ledger’s devious Joker, but let’s be honest, this could describe half of the people we encounter just on our commuteShow More Summary

Argentina vs. Uruguay: Score, Reaction from World Cup 2018 Qualifier

Argentina moved one step closer to Russia with a 1-0 win over Uruguay in a 2018 World Cup qualifier on Thursday. The Copa America runners-up were forced to play with just 10 men for the entire second half but played outstanding defense...Show More Summary

Serendipitous finding leads scientists to propose mechanism to explain benign prostatic hyperplasia

HOUSTON - (Sept. 1, 2016) - Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), a non-cancerous enlargement of the prostate, affects about half the men between 51 and 60 years of age, and nine out of 10 men older than 80. How BPH happens, however, is still open for debate. Show More Summary

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