Pregnant women get lots of ads and advice, but I bet that almost none of the people making all the other lists have as much pregnancy practice as I do.
Like the sexual revolution as a whole, the feminist preoccupation with women’s private parts has not freed women from objectification, it has furthered it.
We are truly lucky to have Gwyneth Paltrow and her lifestyle blog, Goop. Why, just last week, the blog shared the joy of shoving a jade egg up one’s ladyflower.
What these women don’t know is that their yucky form of protest not only makes them look stupid, but mean.
Kendall Jenner showing off her breasts isn’t shocking. It doesn’t offer anything of value. It is empty, as gratuitous as a nipple shot in a B movie.
It’s Sexytime! Resident experts Rich Cromwell and Mollie Hemingway react with horror to Vogue’s declaration that boobs are over.
New York Fashion Week might finally be changing for the better, but it’s still the epicenter of America’s problems with fashion and beauty.
These Olympian’s stories of motherhood and comeback add to their awesomeness; they don’t subtract from it.
Women are not born broken. Our bodies are burdensome in certain respects, but some burdens are worth carrying. That’s the truth about natural family planning.
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