Funny Or Die follows "Manfred" as he tries to survive in a world where women expect to be treated like human beings.
A Handmaid's Tale for men
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Bill from Missouri's Rep Ben Baker threatens librarians with prison sentences for allowing minors to read books banned by town committees
Under Missouri House Bill 2044 — the "Parental Oversight of Public Libraries Act" — each town will elect a committee of five local people (librarians are not permitted to serve)… READ THE REST
Margaret Atwood's "The Testaments": a long-awaited Handmaid's Tale sequel fulfills its promise
When Margaret Atwood published "The Handmaid's Tale" back in 1985, it was at the dawn of the Reagan era, when the gains made by feminism and other liberation movements trembled before an all-out assault mounted by a bizarre coalition of the super-rich and the (historically apolitical) evangelical movement; 35 years later, even more ground has been lost and in many ways it's hard to imagine a more apt moment for Atwood to have published a sequel: The Testaments. READ THE REST
United Airlines bars girls in leggings from boarding flight: they're "not properly clothed"
Call it The Landmaid's Tale: two girls were barred from boarding a flight by a United Airlines agent Sunday, and the airline confirmed that leggings are against a dress policy… READ THE REST
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