Tag Archives: Marriage

Thank you Keyshia Cole for pushing back on sexist question about being “wifey material”

Tweet I’m no Keyshia Cole fan. Like any card-carrying member of the Beyhive, I gave up any hope I had for ever enjoying another Keyshia Cole track the moment she threw shade at Beyonce for “Bow Down.” (Not to mention the jabs she took at Destiny Child’s Michelle Williams during Bey’s infamous 2013 Superbowl performance.) But [...]
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Five better ways to use the billion dollars the government has spent on marriage promotion

TweetBecause there’s obviously nothing else we could be doing with the money, the federal government has spent nearly one billion dollars since 2001 on marriage promotion: Tweet
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Does a more equal marriage mean less sex? 5 alternative theories

Tweet Lori Gottlieb had a piece in the New York Times Magazine this weekend called “Does A More Equal Marriage Mean Less Sex?” By “equal marriage,” she means that “both spouses work and take care of the house and that the relationship is built on equal power, shared interests and friendship.” And aside from a [...]
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Weekly Feminist Reader

Tweet “Young Lakota”: A look into South Dakota’s anti-abortion battle. “Where my (STEM) ladies at?” Brittany Cooper on Michelle Obama and why white feminists need to lean back. Five things you may not know about child marriage. Tweet
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Comedian Aziz Ansari on the ridonkulousness of marriage

Tweet Nothing helps demonstrate the absurdity of society’s sacred institutions like a little bit of comedy. Tweet
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