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Why women pluck/tweeze/thread/wax their eyebrows

Women have been grooming their brows since ANCIENT HISTORY. What’s up with this hairy habit?

How Not to Compliment a Fat Girl

Why “you have such a pretty face” isn’t exactly a compliment and other important facts about fat stigma!

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How to Love Your Face

What’s a girl to do when she’s terrified of being judged a “butterface”? Cristen offers some inside-out advice on learning how to love your face.

The Vegetarian Gender
Why are women likelier to be vegetarian and vegan? Cristen and Caroline cook up a podcast feast of facts about the history of vegetarianism and what gender has to do with foregoing meat.
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The Vegetarian Gender

Why are women likelier to be vegetarian and vegan? Cristen and Caroline cook up a podcast feast of facts about the history of vegetarianism and what gender has to do with foregoing meat.

Listen here…

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5 Fat Truths About Cankles

Why slender ankles are perhaps the most arbitrary beauty standard of the 20th century.

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Black hair contains an entire history of ethnic pride, discrimination and assimilation. Lori L. Tharp, author of Hair Story: Untangling the Roots of Black Hair in America, talks to Cristen about black hair from the tragic to the triumphant and why more black women today are celebrating the beauty of their natural hair.

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7 Reasons to Try Menstrual Cups

They last longer! They can save you money! They leak less (when used correctly)!

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Did Nazis feminize the color pink?

Is there a connection between the pink triangle symbol gay concentration camp prisoners were forced to wear and pink being considered a girly color?

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Who invented glitter?

Early humans used shimmery mica flakes to add some primitive glitter to cave paintings, and a 2013 study found that the ancient Maya even covered a 6th-century temple in a sparkling mica-infused paint to likely herald a celebratory event or anniversary. But when it comes to the tiny bits of plastics and aluminum we call glitter today, Henry Ruschmann accidentally invented it in 1934.

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Who invented glitter?

Early humans used shimmery mica flakes to add some primitive glitter to cave paintings, and a 2013 study found that the ancient Maya even covered a 6th-century temple in a sparkling mica-infused paint to likely herald a celebratory event or anniversary. But when it comes to the tiny bits of plastics and aluminum we call glitter today, Henry Ruschmann accidentally invented it in 1934.

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When did gay go from meaning happy to homosexual?

Because “homosexual” hasn’t historically been a kind word to gay folks.

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9 Menstruation Myths

Great news about bear attacks; not so great news about syncing up periods with your bestie.