In case you were interested in using vodka to measure the merits and statuses of sex workers, I’ll just direct you here…
…for making sure I didn’t actually take a few days off this holiday week!
What a charming little undergarment you were planning on selling to the masses this Black Friday:
Every 7 year-old girl needs a thong (like, I could end the sentence there!), that also broadcasts to the world that they’re diggin’ for gold before they’re even old enough to have a checking account of their own!
The perfect holiday gift for your first grader. The message that baring their buns will be rewarded with a wealthy partner. Cheers!
I am thrilled to now be a regular contributor to About Face. This non-profit organization educates and equips women and girls with the tools to critically analyze media messages that are directed at them and can affect their self-esteem and body image. They offer media literacy workshops, are designing a curriculum, and have action groups that allow girls to become engaged in developing their media literacy.
Check out my first post, about Kellogg’s “Special K Challenge” and how it is a thinly veiled campaign that supports a fasting mindset contributing to disordered perceptions of what a healthy nutritious diet truly is.
October is guest blogger month over at ‘I’m Not Tired Yet’ and our first post is up! Erik Nook writes about being a male feminists, the prevalence of gender-based insults on social networking sites, and microaggressions. Check it out and stay tuned for the rest of the month’s guest writers.
I never really thought I agree with something that Kathie Lee Gifford said, but it turns out she and I do share an opinion. Specifically, regarding the trend of women waxing and shaving their pubic region to the point of oblivion. I talk more in detail over at ‘I’m Not Tired Yet’ about why this activity can regress women and promote the sexualization of girls - something that’s no good for men or women.