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Who You Gon' Call? These Ladies.

In 2007 Christopher Hitchens wrote an essay for Vanity Fair basically saying that women are not as funny as men. The essay caused a heated debate which led to Vanity Fair doing a photoshoot with funny ladies such as Tina Fey. 326 more words

Feminism

#LucyLopez asks YOU ... Can you draw the Female Reproductive System?

This week I was on Alicia Menendez’s “AM TONIGHT” & she put me to the test.

She asked me, “Hey Lucy … can you draw BOTH the female & reproductive systems… without googling?” 100 more words

Features

Gwyneth Paltrow, women's health expert

Ladies, have you ever considered the benefits of steam-cleaning your privates? Well, famed super-genius Gwyneth Paltrow is here with a testimonial:

Gwynnie went into more specific detail adding: “We’re burying the lede though, because the real golden ticket here is the Mugworth V-Steam: You sit on what is essentially a mini-throne, and a combination of infrared and mugwort steam cleanses your uterus, et al.”

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Weirdness

I Use God Damn Toilet Paper

It has come to my attention that girls use a lot of toilet paper…

Uh, no shit. (Haha punny…Because girls do not shit or fart. They don’t. 394 more words

Bathroom

Vagina Facials Or 'Vagacials' Are The Latest Beauty Trend Sweeping The UK

A new craze promising to give women “the vagina of a 25-year-old” is currently all the rage in Britain. Developed by dating guru and “vagacial pioneer” Lisa Palmer, these vagina facials reportedly give ladyparts back their youthful glow using a combination of steam treatments and applying a mixture of coconut oil, egg whites and vitamins. 174 more words

Web Culture

Sex Ed Fail IV: Father

(Continued from Tuesday)

When our teen patient showed up for her counseling appointment the day after we cancelled her abortion procedure (after a battle of wills between her mother and I over her attempt to force her daughter into the appointment to terminate her pregnancy), I wondered why she had returned. 1,024 more words

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