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WARNING: You are about to hear a lot of the bad four-letter words... but bear with us. This video starring a string of adorable little girls in princess outfits dropping F-bombs like it's going out of style hits you hard. It was created by FCKH8.com. It poses the (really good) question: What's more offensive? That these pint-sized princesses are cussing oh so much? Or the actual statistics about equal pay for women and rape? This one's a talker, to say the least.
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A Jukin Video recently mixed man's two favorite things: dogs and cleavage. A dog was filmed pulling off a girl's bikini top. Dirty Little Blondes frontwoman Kendra Moriah was filmed by her boyfriend as they were on a beach in Thailand.
Watch a who's who of female celebrities lip sync to the classic song "You Don't Own Me" by Lesley Gore. The Department of Peace created this video as a way to encourage women to vote in this upcoming midterm election. A whopping 53% of voters in 2012 were women.
Ladies, are you tired of taking a casual stroll with your equally-attractive friend only to have to ward off unwanted attention from the male species? Then you need C*ckblok! It's the only facial creme proven to harness the power of pheromones that convince men to mind their own darn business. Sold! You can thank Edit A Go-Go for this one.
Heather Girardi is the lead actor and provides the voice over. Ben Slatkin wrote, edited and was the graphic artist. Both Ben and Heather share the director and producer credits.
These ladies tried to put on a show and things didn't go so well. In clip one, a lady longboarder failed miserably when she fell off of her board as she was going downhill. Her face hit the road and made a nasty noise. In clip two, a competitive crossfit session turned into a blooper when a female lifter was taken off of her feet. Ouch.
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A company called POLA in Japan recently created a video about personal identity. The roles that certain women play typically become their names in the local culture. This means that the women don't have an individuality, so when ladies are called by their real names, it makes them feel special. In fact, a study showed that being called by their real name makes women feel beautiful.
Breast cancer survivors who undergo a mastectomy now have an option. They can choose to cover their scars with these beautiful and original tattoos. Check out what the Inkspiration app is all about. Visit Inkspiration to learn more. You can also watch more videos inspired by breast cancer awareness month here.
Sure, some guys like Nicki Minaj and her "Anaconda" booty dance, but others just want an "S.W.G." to settle down with. Ryan Higa (aka nigahiga) lays it down with a sick beat/beet, rapping about how a Sweet Wholesome Gal is what he really wants!
Most girls have their "normal" voice and then there's the voice you use when you're trying to impress and/or flirt with a beau. In this hilarious sketch by yespleasecomedy, Jason gives Teresa pointers on what to sound like when she approaches her hot neighbor. Results may vary.
Finally woman can attain the ridiculous and unnatural beauty standard that is the "thigh gap," with a simple (and painful) pair of jeans that cost as much as two pairs of regular jeans (depending on where you buy your denim). Because a woman's worth is measured by the unobtainable distance between her thighs... not.
via JustBoobs Sketch
Fall is undoubtedly one of our favorite seasons. It's when we start to see all things pumpkin spice and the weather starts getting a bit nice. It's certainly Laina's favorite time of year. So dig out those sweaters and curl up with a good book, because, even if it doesn't feel like it, our calendar tells us it's now socially acceptable.
A lot of song lyrics can be misogynistic. It's a fact of life. What happens when someone who is sexually enlightened writes an R&B song. If this were real, it'd probably be an instant hit.