This Week in Lady Reads

Today, we answer some of your most pressing questions. What would a Recency-era version of Men’s Fitness look like? Can dinosaurs run in heels? Are you fucking kidding me?!?! (We get that one a lot.) Read More This Week in Lady Reads

Reducing Food Waste: Repurposing Leftovers

We’ve discussed the reluctance of people to eat leftovers day after day. Lifestyle magazines often suggest ways to use leftovers for several days in a row, but those methods typically involve a meat-centric meal (e.g., Day 1 roast, Day 2 sandwiches, Day 3 salad) and don’t really apply when you are dealing with a prepared meal like soup or casserole. However, here are some suggestions for how to reuse meals where ingredients have already been combined and flavored. Read More Reducing Food Waste: Repurposing Leftovers

This Week in Misogyny: 2014 is Almost Over, Finally

Maybe people are too busy preparing for the holidays to devote as much time as usual to being misogynistic pricks, because the news wasn’t nearly as bad this week as it usually is. It’s a Festivus miracle! (As usual, trigger warnings for pretty much everything apply.) Read More This Week in Misogyny: 2014 is Almost Over, Finally

Dispatches from Ladyblogland

Live through this week and you’ll get some extra special ladyblogland finds.

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From the Archives: A Carnival of Colors In My Pants

We’re busily reading in preparation for an upcoming book review post as well as doing some research to answer a few questions submitted by some lovely Persephoneers, so we’re reaching back into our archives to find another one of our favorite “we take one for the team and see what happens when we follow magazine sex advice” posts. Read More From the Archives: A Carnival of Colors In My Pants

Cosmo, Gaslighting, and How We See “Crazy”

Gaslighting – one of the tools of an abuser to make one doubt their reality. It plays on the fear of what people do to those with mental health disabilities to isolate and control. It’s also, according to a recent Cosmopolitan article, merely “naughty.”

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From the Archives: Projectile Candy Beads and Flaccid Taffy

We’ll be back to answer all your burning questions next week, but this week we take a look back at one of your favorite “we try it so you don’t have to” posts: taking Cosmo’s advice on incorporating candy into your sex. Read More From the Archives: Projectile Candy Beads and Flaccid Taffy