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Dear Men, It's OK to Be a Pussy

Anna Waletzko | Posted 09.22.2016 | College
Anna Waletzko

Working as a local lifeguard over the summer, I observed how feminism isn't solely a women's issue, but a male issue as well. I watched many young boys get teased by their friends with phrases like, "Don't be such a pussy" or "Be a man, stop crying" and my personal least-favorite, "You throw like a girl."

Inflatable 'My Little Pony' Doll Is Getting A Rise Out Of Bronies (NSFW)

The Huffington Post | David Moye | Posted 01.22.2015 | Weird News

An inflatable, life-size My Little Pony doll seems to be getting a rise out of the brony subculture. The doll is a bootleg toy called the “Sexy I...

Big Win For Student Told Not To Wear My Little Pony Backpack

The Huffington Post | Rebecca Klein | Posted 03.21.2014 | Parents

Grayson Bruce, the 9-year-old boy who gained national attention after being told he couldn’t wear his My Little Pony backpack to school, received go...

Boy Reportedly Told Not To Wear My Little Pony Backpack To Class

The Huffington Post | Rebecca Klein | Posted 03.19.2014 | Parents

A North Carolina mother says her 9-year-old son was told he couldn't wear his backpack of choice to school. Noreen Bruce said officials at Buncomb...

Uh, This Resume Needs A Little Work

Posted 08.30.2013 | Comedy

We spotted this "magical" resume on Pleated Jeans, who found it via Dorkly, but we're not sure if it is a real thing that someone actually thought was...

Try Not To Like Bronies After This, We Dare You.

Posted 08.09.2013 | Comedy

Dark things happen on 4-chan, very dark things... If you're not familiar with what Bronies are, let us elaborate. Bronies are a fan community, consis...

'My Little Pony' Not Just For Girls Anymore: Meet The Bronies

Aaron Broverman | Posted 12.23.2012 | TV
Aaron Broverman

You would think 'My Little Pony,' with its strong female characters, whimsical settings, pastel colors and high moral messages make it the perfect show for little girls. Surprisingly, that's not the case -- its fastest-growing and most dedicated fanbase is not little girls, but actually late teen and 20-something straight-identified single men.