Tag Archives: romance

Valentine’s Day infographics reveal sharp increase in spending and…infographics

TweetIn a very meta way, the Romantic-Industrial Complex is putting a lot of time, money and energy into cutesey infographics demonstrating how much time, money and energy we put into cutesy commercial and materialistic expressions of Valentine’s Day. I should do an infographic on it, but I don’t have the time, money or energy to [...]
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Monday morning awesome: relationship advice from a Feministing reader

TweetDanya Ensing is a 19-year-old student at the Ontario College of Art and Design in Toronto, and a Feministing reader. Last week, she posted this video over on the Community blog, and I thought it was so great that I wanted all our readers to watch it. Danya didn’t realize she was a feminist until [...]
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Breaking: Single women are not tragic, lonely, were-witches

TweetOK, I haven’t really heard any one call single ladies were-witches, but if you believe we are tragic, scary, cat hoarders–then I have to wonder what else you think is true. The life and times of single ladies is the subject of constant speculation. You would think there is an actual news story there seeing [...]
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Do women still worry about their “number?”

TweetWhat seems like a title for a romantic comedy where women are asked for their phone numbers (an equally annoying number ask, at least when unwanted), “What’s Your Number?” is based on a different premise–how many people you have slept with in your now 30-something unmarried state and if that number is going to impact [...]
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A Valentine from the Village Voice: “Dear Single Women of NYC: It’s Not Them, It’s You”

TweetIt is almost Valentine’s Day so I wasn’t particularly surprised to see this cover story in the Village Voice entitled “Dear Single Women of NYC: It’s Not Them, It’s You.” I didn’t really think there would be much new to say about it. After all, I’ve read this piece before–just last month actually–so I already [...]
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