Steve Trevor, Joss Whedon, and the men getting in the way of Wonder Woman. Screenwriters need more practice putting men in secondary roles.

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Frontier Women. Some of them stood out from the crowd for their sheer audacity.

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An Old Beauty Trend Is Back—and It Comes With Health Risks. "Waist trainer" is just a modern name for a corset.

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When Lewis Carroll first wrote Alice's Adventures in Wonderland in 1864, it was a personal book in his own handwriting with illustrations he drew himself. See those illustrations in scans of the original manuscript.

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How to Sell a Billion-Dollar Myth Like a French Girl. You'll find the sexy fashion icon more prevalent in the movies than in France.

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Shakespeare’s Cure for Xenophobia. A college professor confronts the Bard's treatment of the stereotype characters in The Merchant of Venice.

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The 18 Quirkiest Local Landmarks in Small-Town America. Your town may be there!

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How One Grieving Father Got Lawn Darts Banned. Whoever thought they were a good idea in the first place?