dr. wendy walsh
Recently, members of the Yale fraternity Delta Kappa Epsilon marched past the housing of first-year female students, chanting, "No means yes! Yes means anal!"
Yesterday, my second grader came home from school with a whopping announcement: The principal at her school had called an assembly to announce that from this day forward, Silly Bandz were banned from school.
While my mother was still finishing her coiffure in the bathroom, my bored 7-year-old brother and I headed out to the hotel lobby to wait for our parents on the plush sofas. While there, a nice man struck up a conversation with us. Then the nice man asked my brother if we would like to go for a ride in a convertible.
Families are changing -- and that's not all bad news.
When recent graduate Karen Owen's PowerPoint presentation rating Duke men for their sexual talents (or lack thereof) went viral, many young women smiled and pumped their fists. Men, famous for their locker room talk and treating women like sexual objects, finally had the tables turned on them.
A new study has found that 9- and 10-year-olds who are physically fit tend to do better on memory tests than their less-fit peers.
Nine days after a middle-school boy in California attempted suicide by hanging, he died. The boy, 13-year-old Seth Walsh, was reported to be gay and was being bullied at school.