BY shannon carlin in Feminizzle on Oct 21, 2011 |
From eggs stamped with little pink ribbons to pink yogurt tops to special pink KitchenAid mixers for Cook For The Cure, everyone knows it’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month. But did you know that October is also Domestic Violence Awareness Month?
Since October 1987, October has been the month to bring awareness to all those struggling with ... Read More
BY Casey Krosser in Feminizzle on Oct 18, 2011 |
This past weekend I was lucky to catch the last show of the world premiere stage adaptation of Newsies, at the Papermill Playhouse in Millburn, NJ. The stage show was the cult movie, with all the loveable characters, dance moves, and all of my favorite songs, but also with notable differences. There were changes to the details of the story, some new songs, and some lyric changes. My favorite change from the movie was the addition of a lady ... Read More
BY shannon carlin in Feminizzle on Oct 14, 2011 |
Yesterday, the House passed the Protect Life Act, which would ban women from using federal money to purchase health care plans that cover abortions. It would also allow hospital and health care providers to refuse to provide abortions for women “if it has objections on grounds of conscience.” No matter the circumstances. Even if an ... Read More
Ryan Gosling is the hot ticket of the moment and with good reason. After seeing Half Nelson, Drive, and..even The Notebook, I was not only impressed with his acting, but also quite smitten with his charm so it's no surprise that I'm totally obsessed with the hilarious memes of Fuck Yeah! Ryan Gosling and the adorable video below of Ryan Gosling himself reading the "hey girls" out loud. Fuck Yeah! Ryan Gosling has been doing a great job of keeping up eye ... Read More
BY shannon carlin in Feminizzle on Oct 07, 2011 |
Feeling bloated? Perhaps you’re having abdominal pain? Or maybe you’re just peeing more frequently? Although these symptoms don’t seem like much, they could all be signs of ovarian cancer.
Ovarian cancer was believed to be a silent killer, but more often than not these run of the mill ... Read More