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Mariah Carey gets modest, hope for ADHD, and the future of masculinity

We've all wished at one time or another that Mariah Carey would wear more clothing, but we also respect her right to be partially naked most of the time, should she be so inclined. This photo gallery courtesy of Jezebel.com shows that Saudi Arabian censors have not respected Carey's right to bare flesh, and have employed the powers of photoshop to ensure the diva's modesty.

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We’ve all wished at one time or another that Mariah Carey would wear more clothing, but we also respect her right to be partially naked most of the time, should she be so inclined. This photo gallery courtesy of Jezabel.com shows that Saudi Arabian censors have not respected Carey’s right to bare flesh, and have employed the powers of photoshop to ensure the diva’s modesty.
Now may not be the time to ask for that raise. A report published yesterday by TD Bank predicts the job creation rates and wage increases in Canada will slow down in the coming year. Economists with the bank say low inflation and growth combined with public sector job cuts by the government will keep wage gains at less than two percent per year.
In anticipation of the SPARK (Sexualization Protest: Action, Resistance, Knowledge) Summit at Hunter College in New York City later this month, check out this awesome video about the early sexualization of girls. It’s an issue that’s being addressed here in Canada as well, and deserves the attention of girls, women and men alike.
A treatment for neurological disorders like ADHD, autism, depression and anxiety is gaining credibility and lab attention. First developed in the 1960s, neurofeedback allows patients with electrodes stuck to their scalp to alter their brainwaves by repeating a series of mental exercises. Several recent studies seem to demonstrate the treatment does affect brain activity, but scientists are still working to discover exactly how to harness its power to treat disorders.
The cover story of Newsweek today asks the question: is the age of the man over? The story ponders the role of the man in today’s world, where men make up less than half of the workforce and less than half of the students in university. Do we turn to old models of masculinity care of Don Draper, or do we step forward into a post-metrosexual future? Read on to find out.
We’ve all wished at one time or another that Mariah Carey would wear more clothing, but we also respect her right to be partially naked most of the time, should she be so inclined. This photo gallery courtesy of Jezabel.com shows that Saudi Arabian censors have not respected Carey’s right to bare flesh, and have employed the powers of photoshop to ensure the diva’s modesty.
Now may not be the time to ask for that raise. A report published yesterday by TD Bank predicts the job creation rates and wage increases in Canada will slow down in the coming year. Economists with the bank say low inflation and growth combined with public sector job cuts by the government will keep wage gains at less than two percent per year.
In anticipation of the SPARK (Sexualization Protest: Action, Resistance, Knowledge) Summit at Hunter College in New York City later this month, check out this awesome video about the early sexualization of girls. It’s an issue that’s being addressed here in Canada as well, and deserves the attention of girls, women and men alike.
A treatment for neurological disorders like ADHD, autism, depression and anxiety is gaining credibility and lab attention. First developed in the 1960s, neurofeedback allows patients with electrodes stuck to their scalp to alter their brainwaves by repeating a series of mental exercises. Several recent studies seem to demonstrate the treatment does affect brain activity, but scientists are still working to discover exactly how to harness its power to treat disorders.
The cover story of Newsweek today asks the question: is the age of the man over? The story ponders the role of the man in today’s world, where men make up less than half of the workforce and less than half of the students in university. Do we turn to old models of masculinity care of Don Draper, or do we step forward into a post-metrosexual future? Read on to find out.

We’ve all wished at one time or another that Mariah Carey would wear more clothing, but we also respect her right to be partially naked most of the time, should she be so inclined. This photo gallery courtesy of Jezebel.com shows that Saudi Arabian censors have not respected Carey’s right to bare flesh, and have employed the powers of photoshop to ensure the diva’s modesty.

Now may not be the time to ask for that raise. A report published yesterday by TD Bank predicts the job creation rates and wage increases in Canada will slow down in the coming year. Economists with the bank say low inflation and growth combined with public sector job cuts by the government will keep wage gains at less than two percent per year.

In anticipation of the SPARK (Sexualization Protest: Action, Resistance, Knowledge) Summit at Hunter College in New York City later this month, check out this awesome video about the early sexualization of girls. It’s an issue that’s being addressed here in Canada as well, and deserves the attention of girls, women and men alike.

A treatment for neurological disorders like ADHD, autism, depression and anxiety is gaining credibility and lab attention. First developed in the 1960s, neurofeedback allows patients with electrodes stuck to their scalp to alter their brainwaves by repeating a series of mental exercises. Several recent studies seem to demonstrate the treatment does affect brain activity, but scientists are still working to discover exactly how to harness its power to treat disorders.

The cover story of Newsweek today asks the question: is the age of the man over? The story ponders the role of the man in today’s world, where men make up less than half of the workforce and less than half of the students in university. Do we turn to old models of masculinity care of Don Draper, or do we step forward into a post-metrosexual future? Read on to find out.