Lisa Borders, the former president of the WNBA has been named Chief Executive Officer and President of the Time’s Up movement in a press release by the new organization.
It’s only been a month since the deadly mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and students staged a nationwide protest to put an end to gun violence.
Classrooms disbanded and students stood up and walked out of their classrooms in unprecedented numbers that haven’t been seen since the Vietnam War protests in the late 1960s.
To celebrate International Women’s Day this year Barbie’s manufacturer Mattel Inc., decided to dropped their latest line of dolls they’re calling “Inspiring Women.”
The line includes tributes to the first woman to fly across the Atlantic, Amelia Earhart, NASA research mathematician Katherine Johnson and iconic Mexican artist Frida Kahlo…but not everyone is pleased with Mattel’s designer depiction of these iconic women.
Monday, punk protest group, Pussy Riot, tweeted that two of their members–Olga Borisova and Sasha Sofeyev–have been located after going missing while traveling from the Crimean Peninsula to Moscow.
Even though there’s still many struggles for women globally, Iceland continues moving in a direction to ensure the equality of women and men.
The Nordic country rolled out a new law that says it’s illegal for women to be paid less than men for doing the same job.
The new Icelandic law is now in place to make gender equality apart of the ever day life in Iceland. Yay!
A couple of days ago I posted an infographic on Instagram that broke down the wages of varying ethnicities and genders in the United States in comparison to white men. The reactions to it were expected. A bunch of angry white men leaving angry comments about the wage gap being a myth and a bunch of questions asking about the validity of the infographic. When I started to investigate the validity of said graphic and found that the information in it was true from this 2016 article in the Washington Post about a study from the Pew Research Center that reported on how Americans are paid based on race and gender. Continue reading “The Reality of the Wage Gap in America”
One of my great complaints about modern day society is the obtrusive nature of figuring out what a dude’s dick looks like without having him thrust it upon me with a really unflattering dick pic. Hell, it could be the best dick pic on the planet, but it still doesn’t convey the truth about the dick.
Enter 28-year-old web developer György Szücs and his new project, Dick Code. Dick Code is an non invasive way for guys to accurately explain what their dick looks like without the intrusiveness of shilling out dick pics.
Szücs designed the website to help men convey the multitude of differences that make a dick great again aka. going beyond the size/girth factor.
Essentially, the dick is broken down in to a variety of categories that factor into a well rounded depiction of boners at large, including but not limited to: length, girth, shape, testicle size, ejaculation size and trajectory, ratio of the head of the penis to the rest of the dick and body/ball hair.
I realize that Dick Code was invented to help take the stigma away from dick pics, but honestly, I feel like it’s a much better way to explain to your friends why you are hooked on some idiot’s dick.
However you choose to use the website, just know that basically, it’s like build-a-bear for penis pics, and a super fun way to waste an entire afternoon building the perfect cock.