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Netflix Marathons Can Save Your Life: Specific Shows To Watch For Specific Horrible Life Events

Sometimes I imagine what life would be like if I had lived back before glasses and contacts were invented and I couldn’t see anything and just had to fumble around blindly squinting at everything. Or before antidepressants, and I just had to spend my whole life crying in bed. Both those options still seem more manageable than living life without the ability to watch 6-10 episodes of a television show in one sitting.

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From The Secretly Gay To The Sexually Loose: Most Annoying Bisexual Tropes In Pop Culture

Film, TV and music have not done the struggling bisexual cause any favors. Sigh.

No, this woman is not a "whore." (Credit: ThinkStock)

3 New Words For 'Whore'

Sex and the City's Chris Noth is under fire for calling Carrie Bradshaw a "whore." But the problem isn't him; it's the vernacular.


Can’t Afford A Fendi Baguette? There’s An App For That.

Fendi's new my Baguette app lets you doodle on the iconic It bag.


5 Radical Moments in Female Self-Pleasure: A World-Rocking Timeline

In honor of National Masturbation Month, we celebrate those that have helped women get in on the fun, too.


5 Breakup Life Lessons From Movies and T.V. Shows

Remember that episode of Sex and the City when Berger dumped Carrie via


Walk of Shame Kit—Essential or Insulting?

Ahhh, the walk of shame.


5 Reasons to Salute Samantha Jones

Women’s History Month is a great time to honor all of the fabulous women who came before us. You know, Harriet Tubman, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Amelia Earhart, Rosie the Riveter, and my personal fave: Samantha f*cking Jones.