Monthly Archives: September 2009

Margaret Thatcher: China’s (only) favorite woman

TweetOf the “60 Most-Influential Foreigners Shaping the Last 60 Years of Chinese Development“, the China Global Times decided that Margaret Thatcher was the only woman who made the cut. 70 percent of the finalists were selected by readers, while 30 percent were recommended by “academics”. Margaret Thatcher is best known as Britain’s shining example of [...]
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The feminists are coming! The feminists are coming!

TweetI just love it when conservatives get all riled up ’bout little ole us. Our girl Phyllis Schlafly contended at the conservative conference, “How To Take Back America,” this weekend: I submit to you that the feminist movement is the most dangerous, destructive force in our society today. [...] My analysis is that the gays [...]
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Yet another reason to love Michelle Obama

Tweet When asked about motherhood in an interview for Prevention magazine, she said she actually learned what not to do from her mom, which is to sacrifice your entire being for your kids: “She’d say being a good mother isn’t all about sacrificing. It’s really investing and putting yourself higher on your priority list.” “Throughout [...]
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Detroit considers banning lap dances

TweetLast week the Detroit city council proposed an amendment to more heavily regulate the “adult entertainment” business. Here are the major highlights: it would ban lap dances, require exotic dancers to stand significantly further away from patrons, and require other workers at clubs to be certified in their positions. This proposed amendment just goes to [...]
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Holy Gross of the Day

Tweet A recent article in the UK’s Times Higher Education magazine has caused a bit of an uproar, and understandably. In the feature about the “seven deadly sins of universities,” the vice chancellor of Buckingham University claims that female students are a “perk” of the job and should be enjoyed. Funnily enough, Terence Kealey insists [...]
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