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In need of a little feminist Friday inspiration? This controversial female icon, who's used to making headlines, has got you covered. In an op-ed posted on her website, the Jackie-of-all-trades defends her recent feature in Sports Illustrated, suggesting that her famous swimsuit hangs alongside "a Presidential power suit, Pastry Chef hat, and Astronaut gear." So which of the world's leading career women decided to make a major statement? Click through to find out! More»
The year is 2014 and the strides made for women's rights and gender equality are at an all-time high. But while the suffragettes of the 1900s and the bra-burners of the '60s have already broken down major boundaries, there's nevertheless another struggle that women must arm themselves for: the battle with biology. Hailing from Sri Lanka and raised in Long Beach, Tanya Selvaratnam is a writer, producer, theater artist, and activist who, like many modern women, grew up on the principles of chasing her dreams and of building a career before settling down. It was during her painful pursuit of motherhood, however, that she realized the biological clock doesn't wait for feminism. More»
Unkle Karl has a lot of opinions. After his latest diss against singer Adele on Metro World News, whom he finds "a little too fat," Lana del Rey whom he criticized for her "implants" and his declaration that, "if I was a woman in Russia, I would be a lesbian, as the men are very ugly," (what?) we decided to summarize the dislikes of fashion's favorite vampire and gave him our own, considerably more appropriate, Disney make-over. More»
Tuesday, March 11
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.