Well if you don't know by now who won Project Runway, you've clearly been under some motherfreakin' rock, so let's just get this out of the way right now and move on to snarkily discuss some of the best moments of (at last) the Finale Finale.
For a woman, a job isn't just a job. It's a comment on who she is.
Should Capitol Hill be looking to Hollywood for better scripts? Actor George Clooney thinks that while Democrats have accomplished a great deal for the U.S., they "have done a terrible job so far" of getting this through to Americans.
Frank Rodriguez is family man, a husband and father of four daughters. He is also a convicted sex offender.
What do you do when your husband disappears from your bed one night, leaves you with $6 million in debt, and turns out to be a total fraud? If you're Michelle Kramer, you pick yourself up, dust yourself off and get a Ph.D. in psychology.
"Where are the Michael Pollans for clothing?" Andy Selsberg asked, in an article entitled "Conscientious Clothing" published in this month's Believer....
Just when I think we've made strides as a society, being more accepting of others' differences and whatnot, along come two new egregious examples of Open Mouth, Insert Foot Syndrome.
Can we turn Maura Kelly's "disgust" in "fat people" into a teachable moment?
What major media outlet didn't apologize this month?
Every time Marie Claire posts one of these counterpoint pieces, all the women who were so angry about it will read, tweet, blog, Digg them.
A reputable international magazine for women just came forward and told millions of women that its staff thinks they're gross. It gave a bigot the platform to come out and hurt millions of people.
I don't care whether or not obese people are "gross" to watch or kiss. I don't care if they're more expensive to insure or riding zebras in Kenya whilst singing "I've got a lovely bunch of coconuts." They are still people before anything else.
This month's Marie Claire published an article called "Why You'll Never Find Real Love Online." Not only was it pretty poorly written, but it didn't really say much. I thought it'd rebut this article because I have some feelings about online dating now.
Maureen Dowd, matchmaker? That's right, says writer Helena Andrews. She writes in Marie Claire this month that when she was a reporter at politico.com...