Monday, January 25, 2021

My Very Own Dakota Fanning

This guest post provided by Dr. Dana from A few months ago my daughter and I were in Trader Joe’s, looking unkempt and bedraggled after some serious park time on a blustery, spring day.  Along with everyone else, we elbowed our way through the bottle neck at fruits and vegetables, continued bumper to bumper […]

For Glee’s Sake!

October 27, 2010 by  
Filed under Activism

If you haven’t heard about the Glee/GQ controversy by now you must be living under a rock. But just in case, here’s the recap. The show’s stars appear on the cover and in a spread in the November issue of male style bible GQ. The said shoot features 2 of the female stars (Lea Michele […]

I’m Too Sexy for My Blobfish

This guest post provided by Dr. Dana from It’s only once a year that it’s acceptable to wear a French maid outfit outside your bedroom, only once a year that someone who answers to “nurse” can get away with wearing a white mini-skirt and 4-inch heels, rather than teddy bear print scrubs and a […]

Gratitude and Eating Disorders

This guest post provided by Heidi_PsyD from “When my bulimia was really bad, it distracted me from everything,” says Naomi. “It didn’t really matter that my son was failing in school or that my husband was never home. But the good things in life didn’t matter either.” A turning point in Naomi’s recovery came […]

Madonna’s Teen Girl Fashion — Helpful to Women?

October 8, 2010 by  
Filed under Activism, Media Literacy

This is a letter from one mom to another and I’m talking to you Madonna! Material Girl, let’s talk about your new mom/daughter fashion collaboration aimed at teen girls, named Material Girl, inspired by your 13-year-old, Lourdes, and fronted by Taylor Momsen as spokes model. I’m struggling to get my head around how this collection […]

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