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Let’s Educate Women About Genital Pride: Self-Esteem & Confidence is Sexy!

Although I am all about choice when it comes to a woman having Botox or plastic surgery, or using dye to color her hair, this latest trend is more than upsetting. 395 more words

National Women's Initiatives

Is unpaid work not valuable?

Anyone who has done care work knows that it’s not appreciated, but that doesn’t mean that it doesn’t have value. It’s necessary, right?

If money really makes the world turn, than something that isn’t worth money must not be valuable, right? 825 more words

Thoughts And Ideas

Parents, Please Think and Be Considerate of Teachers

I am a teacher at a private preschool.  As compared to most childcare workers in my area, I am in a very fortunate situation, despite its not being ideal. 664 more words

Children

Motherhood Is An Option, And That's Okay.

Despite all of the progress in encouraging women to have choices in life, there is still one option that is difficult for many to admit: the decision to not be a mother. 442 more words

National Women's Initiatives

Feminism

Yeah, feminism!  Everyone’s favorite subject!

I plan to use several words that often get misused or misunderstood in talking about feminism, so I’m including the definitions of them as I will be using them in this post….. 1,038 more words

Children

Study: Civilized Chicks Dig Jerks

Regular readers who are familiar with the long-running CH series cheekily titled “Chicks dig jerks” will fall deeply in love (or hate) with this study… 1,906 more words

Girls

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[caption id="attachment_5407" align="alignnone" width="584"]The mugshot that started it all for Jeremy Meeks The mugshot that started it all for Jeremy Meeks[/caption] Badboy Jeremy Meeks, multiple felon, subject of mass mudshark mania, is a case in point that buttresses the theory that women prefer "bad boys." Did he become a criminal with the idea in mind that it attracts women, what academics would call an "alternative mating strategy?" A sample from a Swedish study that is the subject of this blog post at Chateau Heartiste: Criminal offenders also had more reproductive partners, were less often married, more likely to get remarried if ever married, and had more often contracted a sexually transmitted disease than non-offenders. Importantly, the increased reproductive success of criminals was explained by a fertility increase from having children with several different partners. We conclude that criminality appears to be adaptive in a contemporary industrialized country, and that this association can be explained by antisocial behavior being part of an adaptive alternative reproductive strategy.