Move over, mood rings.
They got acrylics.
Scientists doing great work.
Why must they be treated as a science experiment?
The New York Times is on it, but not as on it as women are to each other.
A biological paper called "Fetching Faces and Friendly Foxes" discusses beauty.
Kissing and necking, pecking and petting; people are so complicated, agree scientists.
BREAKING: Friends are better than shoes.
"Since the age of 15, she had not drunk any water."
A taxonomy of textual communication, some of which you probably recognize.
The return, once again, of one of few trickle-up fabrics in the last 50 years.
Even promiscuous women don't want to be friends with other promiscuous women.