February 28, 2012
Lindsay Kimmel shot 5-for-7 from the arc en route to 16 points to lead Villanova to a 68-60 women's victory over Syracuse yesterday in their regular season Big East finale. Laura Sweeney added 15 points for the Wildcats (16-13, 6-10), who will face Seton Hall in the first round of the conference tournament at 6 p.m. Friday in Hartford, Conn. Iasis Hemmingway had 19 points and 10 rebouds for Syrcause (17-13, (6-10). The Wildcats made 14 of their 26 three-point attempts.
June 10, 2012 |
CAIRO - A mob of hundreds of men assaulted women holding a march demanding an end to sexual harassment Friday, with the attackers overwhelming the male guardians and groping and molesting several of the female marchers in Cairo's Tahrir Square. From the ferocity of the assault, some of the victims said it appeared to have been an organized attempt to drive women out of demonstrations and trample on the pro-democracy protest movement. The attack follows smaller scale assaults on women this week in Tahrir, the epicenter of the uprising that forced Hosni Mubarak to step down last year.
August 17, 1987 |
For a long time, I've secretly worried about women. Somewhere in the back of my brain there has long been a lingering fear for their safety. I suppose it's because women seem particularly vulnerable to the sadism in our community. My discomfort does not stem from feelings of paternalism. It comes from genuine concern for those in our society who so often become the victims of people who prey on the unsuspecting and the unprotected. When I read about serial murders, they seem often to involve women as victims.
May 3, 1986 |
During an interview for a job she never got, recalls Susan Kampf, now a school principal in Chester County, a male principal inquired about her preferred method of birth control. In a previous job, she says, another principal fobbed off much of his work on her, made sexual remarks and touched her in unwelcome ways until she confronted him and asked him to stop. Kampf, 38, is principal of Greenwood Elementary School in the Kennett Consolidated School District, and she says the district is a good place to work.
August 6, 2012 |
MORE OFFENSIVE fireworks were on display at the basketball venue - this time courtesy of the U.S. women. The Americans tied their Olympic scoring mark in a 114-66 rout of China on Sunday and set a couple of other U.S. records along the way. Just days after the U.S. men shattered the Olympic record for points in a game in a 156-73 win over Nigeria, the women put on their own show. "We've got a lot of good offensive players," said U.S. coach Geno Auriemma. "When everything is clicking and they're in sync and the ball's moving like it was today, we're a fun team to watch and hopefully everyone who was watching enjoyed it. " Diana Taurasi scored 22 as the women matched the 114 points they scored against Spain in 1992, and fell well short of the women's Olympic mark of 128 points set by Brazil in 2004.
July 14, 1994 |
I've finally discovered the answer to a number of questions I've always had about women. Women do so many of the same strange things, they all must have gone somewhere to learn them. My theory is that sometime between ages 15 and 18, women disappear for the month of July to attend the SSFW (Secret School for Women). Men, if you have any doubt about this, just ask your significant other where she was during the July when she was 16. She'll probably say she can't remember. Don't be misled.
February 2, 2012
Three Temple players scored 20 or more points, led by Shey Peddy's 26, as the Owls defeated host Saint Jospeh's, 80-70, last night for their sixth straight win. Temple (13-8, 6-1 Atlantic 10) also got a career-high 21 points from Victoria Macaulay and 20 from Kristen McCarthy. Samira Van Grinsven and Ashley Prim scored 13 points apiece to lead the Hawks (14-7, 4-3). In another game * At Fordham, Michea Bryant's free throw with 2.7 seconds left lifted La Salle to a 56-55 win. Nadia Duncan led the Explorers (10-12, 4-3 A-10)
January 2, 2013
By Gina Barreca Forget about the usual resolutions, my friends. Face facts: You don't need to lose 15 pounds, because if you're over 45, the only people looking at you closely are other women over 45, and all they're thinking is, "Do I look like her from the back?" And unless guests need to wear haz-mat masks when they step into your foyer, your house is probably clean enough. Stop watching Hoarders and telling yourself you're out of control if you have more than three pairs of unmatched socks or haven't done the dishes since this morning.
December 21, 2015 |
The presumed vast numbers of women with low libido are not that hot for the first drug ever approved to heat up their desire. A total of 1,841 prescriptions for Addyi were filled in its first 10 weeks on the U.S. market, according to health-care industry analyst Symphony Health Solutions. (Viagra, the first erectile dysfunction drug, tallied more than 36,000 prescriptions in just its first week in 1998.) At this rate, Valeant Pharmaceuticals International will need a long time to recoup the $1 billion it pledged to pay to acquire Addyi two days after regulators greenlighted the product in August.
August 21, 2012 |
Awhile back, a reader wanted me to investigate whether there was an evolutionary explanation for women sleeping around. He didn't come at the question directly, but asked me to look at female low self-esteem and evolution. I pressed on how such low self-esteem was manifested, and that's when the sex question came out. He said he was worried about his daughters. The exchange left me with an interlocking series of questions: Why do some women sleep around? Does sleeping around have anything to do with self-esteem?