Margaret Thatcher: The Glass-Ceiling Shatterer Who Thought Feminism Was ‘Poison’

Former Prime Minster Margaret Thatcher was the first and only woman premier Britain has ever had. But despite being a leader in a crucial time for women’s rights internationally, the Iron Lady never considered herself a feminist. She said to her adviser, The feminists hate me, don’t they? And I don’t blame them. For I hate feminism. […]

Mad Men And The CLIO Awards: How Much Has Really Changed Since 1965?

While you prepare ingredients for an old-fashioned in anticipation of Mad Men‘s season premiere this Sunday, let’s take a quick look at how much the advertising industry has changed since the days of Mad Men. The CLIO Awards, arguably the world’s best-known advertising honors, will have its 54th annual ceremony on May 15. This year’s […]

No Comment: Target Practice on the Scantily Clad Zombie Ex-Girlfriend

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“Be warned, hell hath no fury like a woman scorned but a man scorned is nothing to mess with!” For less than $100 you can now buy “The Ex” for target practice, a life-sized mannequin of a woman that bleeds when you shoot it. The product is “hand painted … to give you that realistic look.” […]

Baby Steps Toward Women’s Rights in Saudi Arabia

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Women are now allowed to ride bikes in Saudi Arabia —with a few tiny restrictions. They’re only allowed to bike if they are:  in a restricted area, with a man, have covered their bodies completely under the rules of Islamic abaya, biking strictly for entertainment (not transportation) and staying away from places where groups of […]

North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple Apologizes for Accidentally Banning Abortions

North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple is "really sorry" about passing into law a measure that would ban most abortions.

In a turn of events that shocked pro-choice and anti-abortion activists all over the nation, Gov. Jack Dalrymple of North Dakota announced he does not approve of a fetal personhood amendment, which would ban almost all abortions in the state. In his own words: When I signed the measure into law I was pretty confused. […]