“Yeah, they say three years’ salary.” — Michael Scott, The Office American males enter adulthood through a peculiar rite of passage – they spend most of their savings on a shiny piece of rock. They could invest the money in assets that will compound over time and someday provide a nest egg.
I have two cyborg implants. One is in my hand, and it lets my unlock phones and doors by waving at them. The other is in my uterus, and it lets me control my own fertility.
Film Dialogue from 2,000 screenplays, Broken Down by Gender and Age Lately, Hollywood has been taking so much shit for rampant sexism and racism. The prevailing theme: white men dominate movie roles. But it’s all rhetoric and no data, which gets us nowhere in terms of having an informed discussion.
Because data is a wonderful thing. If it can be measured, why guess?
How Accepting Leggings as Pants Made Me a Better Feminist argues against Fashion snobbery, and espouses the author’s re-found love of leggings and their virtues. Is she onto something here? Then she theorizes that this has led her to a new place in Feminism. What do you think? And does it apply to Jeggings too?
What Really Makes Katniss of Hunger Games Stand Out? Peeta, Her Movie Girlfriend is a really interesting look at a male character we don’t often see in mainstream movies, and how that changes the main female protagonist. Far from a negative, it’s pretty refreshing to see. No big spoilers, especially if you’ve read the books.