All posts tagged: broad city

Monday Menagerie #10

FLOTUS pounds it out, Ronda Rousey knocks it out, Amy Schumer speaks it out, Broad City dances it out, and grown women in Hollywood ROCK IT OUT.  Also.. babies, no-schooling, and a Pink Rabbits cover to dream about. FLOTUS “let’s move” You’ve probably heard about Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move” campaign, but have you seen this video?  I don’t know if it’s appropriate to describe our First Lady as “kick-ass”, but she SO is. “Republican or Democrat.. How awesome is it that she just wants to make the nation healthier?! #somuchyes”  –Kristin (shared by Kristin Tona) Ronda Rousey Is Unstoppable I received not one but two emails from my cousin (and Project:Women contributor) Kristin Tona about Ronda Rousey, a young woman who is shaking up–or more accurately, knocking out– the UFC world of fighting.  I will let Kristin fill you in, she does it with such gusto!! “I love that it talks in the beginning about how the President of the UFC joked that women will never be in the UFC.  But now here he is.. …

Monday Menagerie #5

  Just another week full of things that made us smile or made us think… it’s the Monday Menagerie 😀          …The good news you already heard about, but we are still celebrating!  (From the Twitter accounts of The First Lady and Hillary Clinton, respectively.)         Love Has No Labels This video speaks for itself. ❤   Architect’s future ‘Vegetal Cities’ merge nature with the man-made This is SO cool, I wish wish wish we could live in a world where this was reality.  Maybe one day…     Why I Can’t Forgive Dylann Roof Roxane Gay writes so powerfully in this piece.  Although I wish there were more conversations happening about what we as individuals, as a society, can do to help detect and prevent such atrocities from happening.  They aren’t comfortable topics, but gun control and pharmaceutical drug control both need to be moved to the top of the list. Prescription pharmaceuticals have been associated with all the major shootings of this nature in recent times.  Perhaps we should …