My mother (and undoubtedly the biggest fan of my blog) alerted me to a book review in last weekend’s New York Times. The subject of the review, The Beauty Bias: The Injustices of Appearance in Life and Law, by Deborah L. Rhode, investigates the legal issues surrounding appearance and the behaviors we all indulge in, [...]Continue Reading
For the first time in our country’s history, there are more women than men in the work force. We may not be earning as much money as the dudes but at least you’ll be seeing more of us out there. It’s no surprise then that I’m hearing women, especially women in their 40′s and 50′s, [...]Continue Reading
I was on my way to Los Angeles Sunday night and caught the Miss USA beauty pageant on the plane. While I was very proud that our standards of beauty have broadened so much that the first Arab-American was crowned, I was still cringing the whole time. The contestants were certainly attractive, and I’m sure [...]Continue Reading
I have to confess, I have a major “girl crush” on my new French colleagues. They are in their mid-forties, smart, statuesque, thin and have great style. At a reasonable 5 ft 5 in, I feel like a munchkin compared to them. They appear so sensual, womanly and edgy at the same time. Oh yeah, [...]Continue Reading
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