The Atlantic reports: “A group of economists has found that women who had better access to the pill were earning 8 percent more than those who didn’t by the time they reached age 50. … Women on the pill are better able to get degrees, choose their occupation, and enter (and leave) the workforce when they want, which in turn gives them better footing with men in terms of commanding wages.” So there.
1. Prepare your quips, ready your groans, and join Brokelyn at the Punderdome Home Game Preview Party, a night of wordplay, drinks, and punny fun with Punderdome co-creator Jo Firestone, a panel of punxperts, drink specials, and a chance to play the puntastic game weeks before it goes on sale. (Tuesday, Halyards, FREE) 2. Even though the […]
Summer means biking everywhere, summer jobs, fond memories of camp and mentally high fiving every school child you pass on the street because you know they are currently living their best no-school life. Here’s a job that combines all those things: The nonprofit Bike New York is hiring instructors for its summer program to teach […]
In the pre-internet, pre-home computer era of my pre-teens, I wrote a lot of letters. At my peak, I was courting 11 different pen pals, filing their correspondence in a shoebox. My grandparents would give me stationery sets for most birthdays and holidays, which I would use to send them thank you notes and ask […]