Verbal threats and table flipping, Old Testament style?
NewsFeed is all for trash-talk and tall tales. But this might just be too much.
For men struggling in the tough job market, it seems there’s a pretty high chance they’re also struggling in the love market.
Today’s links bring you stories that reverse, reinforce and question traditional gender stereotypes.
“Pac-Man,” the eight-division world champion boxer and Filipino congressman, is throwing his weight behind the Church as it fights the Philippine government’s attempt to liberalize birth control in this impoverished archipelago.
Leave it to a diet company to conduct a poll that has no point other than to make women feel worse about themselves. (via Daily Mail)
In advance of Mother’s Day—don’t worry, you still have time to pick up the mandatory bath salts and dandelions—the international NGO Save the Children has come out with its 2011 State of the World’s Mothers report. Which …
While men often receive the short end of the stick, being stereotyped as commitment-phobic, they’re certainly not shy about letting their feelings be made known.
In advance of the Canadian federal election on May 2, women across the icy-cold country who once voted Conservative are banding together online to give Prime Minister Stephen Harper the boot. Ouch.
When discussed funding for Planned Parenthood, FOX & Friends anchors said the centers’ non-abortion services can be done at your local Walgreens. Services like pap smears. Oh, really?
Well, unmarried woman living in traditionally conservative societies, that is.
Two women were rescued from a remote beach in Hawaii Thursday morning after writing “SOS” in the sand. (via the AP)