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  • And Now, the Woman Card Can Be Yours to Own

    32m By Dayna Evans
    On Tuesday, anthropomorphized foreskin Donald Trump said that the only thing Hillary Clinton had going for her in her run for president was the "woman's card," a fact Hillary disputed with a line she's been forced to deploy more than once this election…
  • Should You Take an at-Home Fertility Test?

    43m By Susan Rinkunas
    A friend once told me that she cries a little every month during her period — not because of raging hormones, but because it’s one less egg she'll have when she’s actually trying to get pregnant. For women who know they want to have kids, that’s a…
  • Samsung Has a New Spokespenis, and It Belongs to Usher

    44m By Gabriella Paiella
    Musician Usher recently took to Snapchat, the social-media network for cool teens and DJ Khaled, to give followers a tour of his house. It was all pretty straightforward until Usher went into his steam room and started to disrobe. “Wait,” you might be…
  • Why People Are So Mad at ClassPass’s Price Hike

    1h By Jesse Singal
    ClassPass, a fitness-booking tool, annoyed a lot of people yesterday. As Susan Rinkunas wrote on the Cut, the company announced it would be raising the price of its unlimited-classes package in New York from $125 (it had been $99 until last July) to $190, plus…
  • Just Attending a Wedding As a Guest Is Expensive As Hell

    2h By Catie L'Heureux
    If you're going to a wedding this summer, it doesn't matter whether or not you're a bridesmaid — expect to drop $700 just for being there.Further proving the astronomical costs of American weddings, a spending report released this week by American Express…
  • Man Goes to Extreme Lengths in Order to See a Pair of Boobs

    2h By Gabriella Paiella
    The New York Post recently posted a video poetically titled “Hot girl nipples make surprisingly good paintbrushes.” It features artist Daniel Gill, who puts paint on women’s naked bodies — specifically their breasts — and then presses them up against…
  • 3 Insights About Kinky and Nonmonogamous Sex

    3h By Debra Soh
    Kinky sex has been around for eons, since long before Richard von Krafft-Ebing popularized the terms “sadism” and “masochism” in 1886 with his seminal work, Psychopathia Sexualis. But for a long time, it hasn’t really been spoken about in polite…
  • Breast-feeding Might Not Help You Lose Weight After All

    3h By Laura June
    Breast-feeding has plenty of benefits for mother and child: It provides a convenient food supply for your baby and promotes bonding. But a new study finds that, contrary to popular belief, it does not actually help women lose the weight they gained in…
  • Here’s What Happens When Men Write About the Gender Pay Gap

    3h By Dayna Evans
    Last week, the Washington Post ran an opinion piece by Robert J. Samuelson titled “What’s the real gender pay gap?” In it, Samuelson cited the trendy data point that the gender pay gap, which is widely considered to be about 79 cents for women to an…
  • Let’s All Pretend We Can Get in Shape in One Minute

    3h By Susan Rinkunas
    Remember when we pretended Champagne was good for us right before the holidays? That was so fun and well-timed! Here's another convenient mental exercise involving actual exercise, and right before swimsuit season. It couldn't be better. Ready? One minute of…
  • There Are 29 Hair, Makeup, and Body Requirements for University of Washington’s Cheerleading…

    4h By Sarah Spellings
    The University of Washington's cheerleading squad was forced to take down a poster that illustrated 29 hair, makeup, and body-shaming requirements for trying out for the squad. Not sure how a "natural tan/spray tan" helps someone do a backflip, but here we…
  • Lauren Bush Lauren on Queso and Babies

    4h By Lauren Bush Lauren as told to Kathleen Hou
    Lauren Bush Lauren is the CEO and co-founder of Feed Projects, a 9-year-old social business that provides meals to schoolchildren on behalf of the UN World Food Programme. She's also a former model who appeared in Abercrombie & Fitch and Tommy Hilfiger…
  • Kim Kardashian Wore a Magnificent Robe

    1:01pm By Catie L'Heureux
    After filming Keeping Up With the Kardashians in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Kim Kardashian left the studio in a creamy, floral, floor-length robe. What could be better than high-end loungewear? Thanks to Rob and Blac Chyna, this season of KUWTK is shaping up…
  • Seriously, Don’t Spank Your Kids

    12:54pm By Laura June
    Researchers at the University of Texas and the University of Michigan have conducted a meta-analysis of more than 50 years of research into the practice of parents spanking their children. The conclusion: Don't do it.The findings are published this month in…
  • What It Means to Date Online When You’re Muslim

    12:05pm By Shahirah Majumdar
    When Humaira Mubeen graduated from college in 2012, she fumbled around for a place that felt true to her. A pop-culture-and-tech-savvy millennial with liberal values and a strong attachment to her Islamic faith, she’s a hybrid of different identities. So,…