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Seattle is raining men. And you don't want to date any of them, says Tricia Romano.
The tech boom in Seattle is bringing in droves of successful, straight single guys. And as any woman will tell you: You don't want to date any of them.
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“It’s not all men, but it was Elliot Rodger. It’s not all men, but last weekend, it was also a man—Keith Binder—who shot three women for denying him the sex he felt he deserved. It’s not all men, but it was all of the men at the brand-new Tumblr “When Women Refuse,” which in the wake of Rodger and Binder is cataloging news articles about violence done to women who rebuff men’s advances.”
Elliot Rodger was one of them. And those downplaying his misogyny are starting to sound like they’re defending it.
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Jennifer Keishin Armstrong predicts great things to come for Joan, Sally and Dawn as our favorite grim series wraps up. The Mad Men ... not so much... What are your thoughts? #MadMen, #tvseries  
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Never fear: The Friendkeeper is here! How do you resolve a friendship breakup? How do you deal with that friend who is perpetually late? Julie Klam has some sage advice! #Advice #Friendship  
DAME’s Friendkeeper guides a woman through post-fallout reconciliation, and helps another save herself from a perpetually late companion.
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How much of ourselves do we pass on to our kids? Writer Mara Lethem looks at the undesirable aspects of offspring inheritance.
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One mother remembers the debilitating anxieties she grew up with as she helps her child cope with invisible demons of her own.
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Cristina-Meredith, Hannah-Marnie, Scarlett-Zoey…friendship can get ugly. And TV is just now getting honest about it.
Blowout fights, unfiltered judgement, and scandalous hook-ups make gripping television, and expose the true complexities of our closest connections.
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#TBT Throwback Thursday: “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” by Whitney Houston

"The image of Whitney Houston in a white tank top on the cover of her self-titled second album is engrained in the memory of everyone who was of an impressionable age when it came out in 1987..."

http://www.damemagazine.com/2014/04/24/throwback-thursday-i-wanna-dance-somebody-whitney-houston

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The Yoko stereotype persists because the sanctity of the boy’s club still takes precedence. It dogs us because Lennon scared all the fan-bros when he said, “When I met Yoko is when you meet your first woman and you leave the guys at the bar and you don’t go play football anymore.”  #SexualPolitics
It's 2014, and we're still using the term "Yoko-ing"?
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Not all makeover shows are created equal. The former co-host of WHAT NOT TO WEAR responds to DAME's  "Don't Make Me Over," Amy Shouse's critique of makeover ambush shows. #Beauty  
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