10:45 am, May 26th | by Lilly ODonnell
A woman in Spain went to get an abortion in April, 2010, when she was eight weeks pregnant and it was legal to do so. The procedure failed, and seven months later, she gave birth — and now the doctor’s gonna pay for his mistake.
12:15 pm, March 26th | by Amy Tennery
The ladies love them some “unflinching misogyny” from the GOP!
Penny Lee And Kristen Powers Slam Bill Maher: ‘His Misogynist Treatment Of Women Is Deeply Disturbing’
4:30 pm, March 24th | by Amy Tennery
We may have been among the many to cheer comedian Bill Maher’s recent New York Times op-ed, in which he implored folks (the colloquial we’ll use here, its deeper meaning being “celebrity types”) to stop apologizing already. Why were we fans? Because, like Maher, we’re a little sick of the faux outrage — and the fake feather-ruffling some do in the name of political pandering.
8:30 am, March 14th | by Laura Donovan
We’ve all lost our cool at work, but thankfully these outbursts aren’t captured on-camera.
1:00 pm, February 29th | by Amy Tennery
So a seven-months pregnant woman walks into a Toyota dealership. And she asks to see a Toyota Sienna, because she’s pregnant and those are massive cars and massive cars make sense for some families. But wait — the saleman won’t show her the Sienna. Instead, he asks her where her husband is.
What’s a ticked off pregnant lady to do in this situation? Grasp for a barbed comeback, turn on her heels and storm out of that place? Well, yea. And then maybe sit at home and stew about it.
That is, unless you’re a high-profile reporter for CNBC.
4:34 pm, February 10th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Include the words jewelry, sushi, and heist in a sentence — and you’ve got our attention!
6:15 pm, February 6th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Things that are hard: getting accepted to MIT as a 16-year-old girl. Things that are harder: sending your MIT acceptance letter into space.
11:07 am, January 24th | by Hillary Reinsberg
You might know Davos as a playground for the world’s most powerful. Or a schoolyard, perhaps, given the kind of insults that are getting thrown around.
6:59 pm, January 20th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Selling Barbies in Iran is now not just illegal — it’s likely to get your store shut down. Dozens of toy stores have recently been shut down for the seemingly innocent task of selling Barbies.