The guys wear women's pants for 72 hours to experience what it's like to live life without pockets. And our old pal Safiya Nygaard joins us to explain the secret history of pockets in women's fashion.
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I hate how younger girls wear yoga pants and it pisses me off because they say that are “stared at” yet they wear spandex and yoga pants to force it. Also, I don’t know if it’s just my school, but every teacher hates boys, and 95% aren’t bad but they are treated worse, yet girls talk the whole class but never get in trouble. Tell me if this happens to you to, if not I guess I just have a very sexist school.
Eugene, jeez just stop with your amazingness. Like, you never stop. You look best in pants, you kill it in roller derby, you can even ballet dance. You are my everything. I also secretly wish your hair will fall out...
I’m a guy, I hate having stuff in my pockets, because of the shape, so yes I usually carry my keys and my phone in my hands. (except during winter)
I usually don’t carry my wallet with me. I take out what I need (money, ID, credit card) and leave it at home or in my car. I HATE the shape full pockets give you! 🤮
That's why some women go to men's section of jeans and try some on,,,,
'coz we also want some deep pockets to put things in !!!
But yeah, I'm one of those who does shop like that- or maybe I'm the only one??-
This video by the CBC (Canada’s equivalent of PBS) explains a lot about Free-Range Kids!
What is “Free-Range Kids”? You have been dubbed “America’s Worst Mom” by the media. How did you earn this title? Were you a Free Range kid? How can you tell if a kid IS “Free-Range”? What prompted you to found the Free Range Kids movement? What is a helicopter parent? Why were our parents different from today’s parents? Your new book has a section titled “The A-Z review of everything you might be worried about” in which you debunk many parental fears. Did you come across any particularly outrageous parental concerns? You’ve offered readers a number of “Free Range Commandments,” one of which is “Fail!” But we don’t want our kids to fail…do we?
You are raising your kids in New York City, is it harder to be a Free Range parent in the city? You have experienced the media from all angles, as a newspaper columnist, a news consumer and most recently as the sensational subject of a media storm. Has your view of the media changed as a result of this? What should we do to liberate our kids without going crazy with worry? What is “Free-Range Kids”? Free-Range Kids is a commonsense approach to parenting in these overprotective times. You have been dubbed “America’s Worst Mom” by the media. How did you earn this title? In 2008, I let my then-9-year-old ride the subway by himself. He’d been asking us — my husband and me — to please take him someplace and let him find his way home by himself. So my husband and I discussed this. Our boy knows how to read a map, he speaks the language and we’re New Yorkers. We’re on the subway all the time.That’s how it came to be that one sunny Sunday, after lunch at McDonald’s, I took him to Bloomingdales — and left him in the handbag department.I didn’t leave him unprepared, of course! I gave him a map, a MetroCard, quarters for the phone and $20 for emergencies. Bloomingdale’s sits on top of a subway station on our local line, and it’s always crowded with shoppers. I believed he’d be safe. I believed he could figure out his way. And if he needed to ask someone for directions — which it turns out he did — I even believed the person would not think, “Gee, I was about to go home with my nice, new Bloomingdale’s shirt. But now I think I’ll abduct this adorable child instead.”