To a slightly lesser extent than the invasion of Afghanistan -- where Taliban assholes are still spraying young girls' faces with acid -- the occupation of Iraq was touted as a women's liberation project. Read more »
There is a particular breed of San Franciscan male who is sensitive, nurturing, and never gets tired of communicating. I know what you're thinking. What's his phone number and why haven't you met him yet? You haven't met him because he's at home, sitting in front of the computer, and taking care of the kids. Read more »
SFBG's Laura Peach rounds up local items and experiences to die for
Valentine’s Day gift giving can be tricky. You need to choose something that's romantic and significant, yet appropriate for your relationship status and your budget. These special treats for your Valentine sweet are sure to please.
If your special Valentine is the type of person who likes getting a desk or a side table for Valentine's Day, it would behoove you to know that Branch, an online furniture store specializing in sustainable, eco-friendly modern furniture, is having a Valentine's Day sale. Read more »
In the 90’s, there were girls who rocked. Kim Deal, Courtney Love, the girl from White Zombie. I didn’t realize it at the time, but these women were an inspiration. They still are; a big fat middle finger to anybody who says girls can’t rock out and rock hard. This is a big theme in the insightful documentary Girls Rock!: girls today have some pretty commercialized, f&*%#d up role models. Read more »
SFBG's Juliette Tang peeps the best eco-friendly products and boutiques.
It seems that the biggest trend in fashion these days isn't the ankle boot, the harem pant, or the high-waisted jean, but the color green. Everything is being dyed green lately, no? And by green I don't mean the color of that pretty John Galliano dress. Read more »