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Filament, an erotic magazine for women featuring semi-naked men, can’t get a printer to publish photographs of aroused men, even though their readers say it’s what they’d like to see.
Nancy Griffin, a tennis player in Raleigh, is suing the city for refusing to let her play against men. An actual quote from the article: “Men have invoked both their wives and God to avoid matches against her.” Wowzer.
For an -ism (sizeism, classism…) packed punch from the New York Times, don’t miss this piece on J.C. Penney coming to Manhattan’s Herald Square.
New study indicates that the choice of major explained 19 percent of the income gap between college-educated men and women.
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