5:15 pm, May 6th | by Meredith Lepore
Sexist people wear skinny jeans too.
9:45 am, March 22nd | by Colette McIntyre
We’ve already talked about New York Magazine writer Lisa Miller’s “Retro Housewife” piece at length. In fact, the article gave us our new emblem of gender inequality: pineapple fried rice. (Put it on all your buttons and patches, ladies!) But that was ages ago (oh, it was yesterday? Well, that’s like three months in Internet years) and we’ve already moved on to other flagrant offenses, like Miley Cyrus’ twerk video. But somehow Lisa Miller must’ve found out that we were beginning to forget about her and her pseudo socio-anthropological trend piece because she went and picked up her Sur La Table organic rustic wood spoon and stirred the pot again.
4:45 pm, March 19th | by Colette McIntyre
I’ve reached my billionaire breaking point. I’ve had it with “having it all.”
6:30 pm, March 10th | by Meredith Lepore
She is the kind of friend everyone wants.
6:30 pm, March 4th | by Colette McIntyre
In today’s EOD roundup, an interesting piece on how Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In has (perhaps unintentionally) brought the needs of working-class women to the forefront of major news outlets for the first time in a long time.
12:30 pm, February 28th | by Colette McIntyre
It’s been tough out there for the ladies as of late: pair one boorish and sexist Oscars broadcast with two parts gender wage gap and a sprinkling of anxiety about whether the VAWA will pass the House of Representatives and you’ve got a recipe for disaster — or at least one killer migraine. Well, I have found the antidote for all this bad lady-hatin’ juju and it’s available for streaming online.
11:30 am, February 25th | by Colette McIntyre
Maureen Dowd is throwing some next level, New York Times type of shade Sheryl Sandberg’s way.
3:45 pm, February 18th | by Meredith Lepore
Mila Kunis isn’t pregnant or married, yet she already announced that she intends to quit acting when she has a family.
12:30 pm, February 12th | by Colette McIntyre
We here at The Jane Dough are deeply ambivalent about Valentine’s Day. When we were younger and single, we resented the holiday but also desperately wanted to be included; like eight-year-olds who think everything great happens after their bedtimes, we convinced ourselves that having a Valentine was the definition of bliss. When we were a [...]
12:30 pm, January 28th | by Colette McIntyre
“Anyone at Davos who as a girl was called bossy? If you got to Davos, you were that. I was.”