One thing sure to come from this latest turn of events is the evidence that Palin has changed her tactics, and that right or wrong, Linda Kellen Biegel will be better known by the time it's over.
There's a big difference between eliminating a zit and eliminating a person, and we should be wary of giving power to others to make such distinctions, and to base laws upon the distinctions they make.
By now you have surely heard of Sarah Palin. If it wasn't because of her reproductive escapades or her daughter Bristol's, then maybe you heard her n...
Here's something you don't see very often in our Photoshopped, airburshed and Dermablended world: stretch marks. And not just a couple discreetly tuc...
The South China tiger hasn't been seen since the 1960s. That's why photographs that emerged last year in Shaanxi Province, China, earned so much suspicion from eagle-eyed bloggers.
52-year-old Macrida Patterson was innocently shopping at a Victoria's Secret last year when a decorative metallic piece dislodged from the low-rise v-string, smacking her in the eye. Now, she is suing.
Photoshopping pregnant women for magazines presents an unrealistic portrayal of pregnancy that could make everyday pregnant women feel badly about their own bods
No matter how nutty or surgically altered, real human beings can be counted on to (generally) have the right amount of body parts in the right places and in the right proportions. Not so in Photoshop land.
Coming in May, a new documentary tackles America's internationally renowned obsession with beauty.
The two blondes refuse to be pushed offstage just because you may have had enough. Here's why they'll prevail!
Because so much of the fashion industry is artistically driven, there will always be a dominant level of visual manipulation and abstraction in fashion and beauty.
Does sex sell? Yes. But it's reached the point where subconscious imagery has flown out the door and retailers are relying on the most obvious, explicit images possible.
The models who show up in the rash of men's magazines these days leave me wishing I had bought stock in an airbrush company. And then along comes Dove, with their posters of regular sized women posed both sexily and absolutely proud of their bodies, and I suddenly feel like a great weight has been lifted off our country, if only for a few minutes. I recently heard a psychologist say that while men enjoy looking at pictures of skinny women, it seems that a majority of men would rather spend their quality contact time with women who have, well, a bit of meat on their bones.