No, it’s not Jennifer Lopez dressed in a leopard skin-tight leotard top. Or is it?
Because if the editors of Glamour could put two and two together, they might find that the real solution on “How to Shake Off Anxiety and Live Happy,” might have a lot to do with not being overly concerned with the “12 Naughty Sex Questions You’ve Been Dying to Ask,” or the “10 Things More Important Than Those Last Five Pounds.”
Nah. The real casualties in this phony “War on Women” aren’t the voices of the many women not being profiled in Glamour, Cosmopolitan, or Vanity Fair opinion pieces because they hold different views than those in the thrall of the Sex in the City driven mythos of the modern woman. I reckon authenticity isn’t racy enough.
But they are not benefitting from the missing-in-action voices of women like these,
Run for the hills! Other women with a different point of view exist! Stop them at all costs!
*Share their voices, if you please, because no one else is. Sign up to be heard here.
UPDATE: Elizabeth Duffy on “The awful moment when you realize that being pretty doesn’t get you anywhere with God.”