Today’s links feature people joining forces to marry, box, play music––and cats that don’t want any part of it.
A mystery man has been approaching women in the St. Louis area and asking for hugs.
Conditions for women have improved slightly over the last 20 years, but many areas still suffer from incredible inequality, violence and educational disparity
Host Daniel Tosh invited viewers to tape themselves sneaking up on women, then “lightly touching” their stomachs. Is the prank simple fun, or out of line?
For some, getting dolled up means a swipe of eye shadow, a dab of lipstick and a pair of stilettos. But Molly Barker and Caitlin Boyle from Charlotte, N.C., have redefined what it means to put their best faces forward. Founders …
Plus, more of the week’s top education news.
Are websites like Pinterest, Tumblr and Facebook enabling eating disorders? And can they really do anything to stop it?
Sorry, fellas, these seats are taken. In hopes of improving services for women, Czech Railways recently introduced “Ladies Compartments,” which will give priority seating to women and provide improved comfort.
According to …
Friday’s links talk high-earning women, tourist destinations and celebrity style slip-ups.
Which states top the list of the best places to live for women? iVillage takes a look at the places where the nation’s healthy, wealthy and wise women reside.
Friday’s links take a look at robots in space and “futuristic” women.
Wednesday’s links give you the meaning behind some of the web’s weirdest stuff.