Monthly Archives: December 2005

A bundle of loot for a bundle of joy?

TweetCalling all babymakers! Due to the severe declining birth rates in Poland, the new government has recently introduced legislation that will compensate women — in dough — for each child that they bear. Lower-class women will receive even double the amount. Women’s groups in Poland have said it will be unsuccessful and that the country [...]
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Feminists eat puppies

TweetThat might as well be the title of Kate O’Beirne’s new anti-feminist book. Instead the former vice president of the Heritage Foundation (so you know it’s going to be good) decided to go with a slightly more verbose title: Women Who Make the World Worse and How Their Radical Feminist Assault Is Ruining Our Schools, [...]
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Their boobs were watching god

Tweet The Ashton Kutcher-produced show Beauty and the Geek is wrong on so many levels, but it’s this promotional poster that truly disturbed me. Any thoughts? (And be careful what you say; my boobs are watching.) Tweet
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Fixing your car…with pink

Tweet I’m all for making fixing your car fun, but this is a bit nutty. I mean, does this company really think that slapping some pink on tools will make women want them more? My new favorite tech and product blog Popgadget hits the nail on the head: They look more like ‘Barbie does tools’ [...]
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78 percent of podcast listeners are men

Tweet A new survey by Podtrac says that 78 percent of people who have ever listened to a podcast are men. But women aren’t far behind–the 12 percent of women who had listened to podcasts were more likely to have listened to them recently. Podtrac CEO Mark McCrery says “the fact that so many women [...]
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