Rick Santorum on abortion, rape, sexual freedom, cohabitation and other issues.
The recent Susan G. Komen/Planned Parenthood debacle was a high-profile example of how women's health can fall prey to politics. Considering this is an election year, we can expect reproductive rights rhetoric to heat up on both sides.
Half of Americans think women should be legally required to take their husbands' last names.
As an engaged woman, I was both surprised and appalled when I read an article on The Stir stating that 50% of Americans believe it should be legally required for a woman to take her husband's last name. My first thought was: Who took this survey anyway, a bunch of people from Middle-of-Nowhere America (no offense, really) who've been completely cut off from the modern world?
Plus, would you stay with him if he cheated? And, love advice from Britney Spears lyrics.
The rules for hooking up during/after holiday office parties. Are feminists to blame for the "hook-up culture?" Some people will say just about anything to get some tail. Would you stay with your husband if he cheated on you? Britney Spears songs have some great (and awful) things to say about love. The Austrian "sex school" that never was. 12 keys to healthy relationships. And, dating his clone to get over him. Yikes.
The late, great Christopher Hitchens had a scathing wit on everything from politics to cheating.
Christopher Hitchens's most valuable asset was his scathing wit. From his famous digs at religion to his humiliating takedown of Sarah Palin — and even some snippy comments aimed at cats — read the brilliant writer's most incendiary jabs.
"Women Who Dont Cook" is trending on Twitter. Are you cooking up a storm this Thanksgiving?
Looking at Twitter's trending topics daily often leaves my mouth gaping open at what ridiculous things the kids are talking about. Today, "Women Who Dont Cook" is trending (apostrophes and other minor grammatical details apparently don't make it into trending topics). Brilliant.
Finally! Some of our most common misconceptions about love, explained in a handy little list.
Every now and then, science does us a favor and sheds some much-needed light on the differences between men and women. Given the number of misconceptions there are about love, a group of psychologists took it upon themselves to review existing research and debunk six sex and gender myths most of us believe, although we shouldn't.
A new documentary airing tonight, Oct. 20, explores how the media inspires negative body images.
In Miss Representation, a new documentary airing tonight on OWN, Jennifer Seibel Newsom probes the distorted way the media portrays women—and how it affects girls. The director tells Jessica Bennett such depictions damage self-image.
From Glenn Close to Cate Blanchett to Angelina Jolie, these ladies have worn the pants.
Believe it or not, this stately gentleman is actually Glenn Close. This photo is from her new film, Albert Nobbs, the story of an Englishwoman in the 1800s who dressed as a man to get a job as a butler.
The designer Christian Louboutin shares his "orgasmic high heel" theory, i.e. ploy to sell shoes.
Citing no scientific basis for his statements, iconic shoe designer Christian Louboutin recently said: "What is sexual in a high heel is the arch of the foot, because it is exactly the position of a woman's foot when she orgasms."
Plus: Where do all the nice guys hang out? 8 horrifying sex injuries. Occupy Wall Street condoms.
What is benevolent sexism? Occupy Wall Street condoms are a thing. Why haven't men demanded a male birth control pill? A Venn Diagram that really, really hates men. What to do when you have a crush on a person who's not your spouse. Where all the good guys are hanging out.