Leaked Memo Reveals What Breastaurants Actually Think Of Their Customers

So-called “breastaurants” spark a lot of controversy for what many critics complain amounts to the objectification of women.

Waitresses and a customer at a Texas-area Twin Peaks restaurant CREDIT: Flickr Creative Commons via MarkScottAustinTX

Waitresses and a customer at a Texas-area Twin Peaks restaurant.  Credit: Flickr Creative Commons via MarkScottAustinTX. Popularly known as breastaurants, the franchises that cater to the male gaze by employing scantily clad waitresses are enjoying booming business even as the rest of the restaurant industry has been struggling. Case in

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NFL Teams Boo’ed Over Cheerleader Pay Practices

Professional cheerleading isn’t all pompoms and team spirit — sometimes it’s also $2.85 an hour. With lawsuits being filed, the public is learning about a darker side to the sidelines.

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LOS ANGELES -- For professional cheerleaders, it can hardly get much better than a job with an NFL team. The glitz, glamour and national television exposure attract thousands of women every year to audition for the prized spots, with only 30 to 40 per team being chosen to hold the pompoms. Some, including actresses Teri Hatcher, Sarah Shahi and

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The Pay Gap Between Men And Women Still Exists

Among doctors, women make over $50,000 less than their male counterparts on average, according to a new study.

On June 10, 1963 President John F. Kennedy signed the Equal Pay Act into law, a landmark piece of legislation aimed at leveling the pay gap between genders in American workplaces. It was hailed by many as an important precedent, but more than 50 years later, women still earn less than men, averaging just 81 cents for every dollar a man is paid,

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