So, I’m not the only twenty-something who’s never been in a serious relationship! MamaMia’s Lucy Ormonde writes:
“Maybe we’re too picky. Maybe we’re too focused on our careers, too busy to look. Or maybe we should stop congregating in my living room and, you know, get out there.”
While I agree with most all she said, I have to argue that we’re not “too” anything. It’s the guys’ problem if they can’t hand our standards, careers and busy lives. Amiright?
On smacking. While I don’t think it’s something I would employ in disciplining my future children, I don’t have a problem with other people smacking their children. But Katharine Cook does make some good points on the contrary. [MamaMia]
The problem with asserting that “real women have curves”. So what do other women have? And are non-curvy women not real? [Jezebel]
Men also explain things to me. [Alternet]
An oldie but a goodie: deconstructing “Sarah Palin Feminism”. [Jezebel]
Images via Rookie, Community Things.