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How Employees Everywhere End Up Working For Free

Are we really so shocked that Urban Outfitters asked its salaried office workers to “volunteer” their time on a weekend unpacking boxes in a company warehouse? 

The hipster retailer’s parent company URBN — which also owns Anthropologie and Free People — came up for a cycle of Internet thrash-and-shame this week, after Gawker published an internal company email with the subject line “A Call for URBN Volunteers.” Salaried employees were urged to “work side by side” with paid workers in a Pennsylvania fulfillment center to pack and ship orders. “Get your co-workers together for a team building activity!” the email said. There would be free lunch.

The company defended the practice, saying workers were enthusiastic about the opportunity. “The dedication and commitment of URBN employees are second to none,” URBN said in an emailed statement to The Huffington Post.

It’s pretty hard to find any salaried worker in 2015 who isn’t “volunteering” free time to the boss in some way — whether they’re checking and responding to email at the playground while watching the kids, logging on at home on Sunday to “get ready” for the workweek, logging on after the kids go to bed to “finish up” for the day or attending awkward networking events at bars and restaurants for “fun” and “team building.” Managers pinch-hit extra hours for cashiers and waiters who call in sick. Work has crept into every corner of our lives — who hasn’t checked their work email from the comfort of their bed?

Urban Outfitters just seems to have taken this phenomenon to its sadly logical extreme.

Now, you’ll want to say: Well, these are salaried workers. Managers! These people are supposed to put in extra hours, in exchange for higher status and the flexibility and freedom that come with it. Not to mention those big fat paychecks they collect.

And OK, yes: Consultants, investment bankers and the like put in 80-hour weeks and are arguably well-compensated for their time. Whether that’s worth all the stress and the loss of time with family is another question — as is whether a person can really be said to be “free” if they’re working 80 hours a week.

The thing is, there are a lot of workers who earn “salaries” of as little as $ 24,000 a year. These employees are essentially volunteering their time — beyond the standard 40 hours — for no extra compensation.

Urban Outfitters managers pull in an average of $ 38,000 a year, according to data from the salary website Glassdoor.

Many, many employers are doing this thing where they’ll hire people for salaried jobs with fancy titles so they can milk those employees without having to pay overtime. Workers may feel like they’re advancing professionally, but on a day-to-day level, they’re struggling to get by.

Under federal law, workers who don’t get paid overtime — so-called “exempt employees” — are supposed to be executives, managers and well-compensated white-collar workers. But the definition has grown pretty broad over the decades since the law was originally drawn up.

In 1975, 62 percent of salaried, full-time workers qualified for overtime pay, including a majority of college graduates. Today, only 8 percent of workers qualify for overtime. The rest, presumably, are “volunteering” whenever their workweek spills over into their free hours.

Retail managers are particularly vulnerable to this. When companies want to avoid paying overtime to hourly workers, these managers end up doing the same kind of shift work — but for no extra pay. Last month, a CVS night manager making $ 34,000 a year told The American Prospect about working extremely long hours, pitching in for hourly employees who had to be sent home because the company didn’t want to pay overtime.

The definition of “manager” has grown so absurdly overinflated that the Obama administration and the U.S. Department of Labor are currently revising the rules about who gets to wear the label.

Currently, your employer doesn’t need to pay you for overtime hours if you make more than $ 23,660 a year — in other words, just above the poverty line. Under the proposed new rules, which may take effect next year, the threshold would be raised to $ 50,400 — the U.S. median income. If you make less than that, you would be eligible for overtime pay. As many as 5 million workers could be affected. 

In opposing the new rules, the Society for Human Resource Management is trying to argue that salaried workers lose out on prestige and flexibility when they go back on the clock.

“For a lot of people, the difference between hourly or salaried is the difference between a job and a career,” Nancy Hammer, senior government affairs policy counsel at the HR lobby group, told The Wall Street Journal recently.

That’s one way to look at it. Here’s another: In real life, for a lot of people, the difference between “hourly” and “salaried” is the difference between working for pay and working for free. Hourly workers get paid for their time, while salaried workers get to “volunteer” their lives to the company — often in exchange for a “career” that pays very little.

One paralegal who spoke to the Journal admitted that it did feel like a demotion when, a decade ago, he had to start clocking in at work. But, he told reporters Rachel Emma Silverman and Rachel Feintzeig, “it’s nice to know that if you have to stay late, you’re being paid for those hours that you’re working.”


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Why Are Women Suddenly Everywhere on the Men’s Runways?

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What’s the point of showing women’s clothes to men? I generalize, of course—not everyone in the audience at the men’s shows is male—but, look! Lots and lots of girls have been walking runways in London and Milan these past couple of weeks, in the round of collections that are (ostensibly) aimed at showing the chaps of the menswear industry what they might like to wear, come spring 2016. Regard! Miuccia Prada liberally studded her men’s collection with female models yesterday afternoon. Out of 51 looks, 20 were a compilation of super-compelling, wacky, girls’ outfits—a layered pile-up of sweaters with rocket and rabbit motifs, short sequin shifts, vintage-y sport stripes, skirts with collaged panels going this way and that: in all, Mrs. Prada in one of her most playfully prolific moods.

I also spotted women insurgents on London runways: Nasir Mazhar’s total-black looks, Burberry girls in lace dresses and trench coats, Binx Walton walking in Stuart Vevers’s Coach men’s show, Craig Green putting out his first examples of female attire.

What is this all about? The menswear fraternity kindly rallying to offer Caitlyn Jenner—and all those transitioning—a glimpse of a new wardrobe? That would be nice . . . but, actually—no. Though “gender-neutral” dressing is definitely an established thing—thanks to the likes of Shayne Oliver and Jonathan Anderson—this invasion of female clothing in men’s collections has more to do with the blurring of seasons than of genders. The women’s looks at Prada and Burberry are smatterings from their resort collections. It’s all a reflection of the fact that the sprawling “pre” season, which started with Chanel’s trip to Seoul at the beginning of May is now so huge and various it shades right over the dates of the men’s collections. This year’s pre-spring, resort, or cruise (there are three terms for it; do keep up, please!), have surpassed themselves, manifesting (so far) in South Korea, Palm Springs, Cannes, London, New York, Cambridge, and Milan. And it’s not over yet! In Paris, the season that ate up the summer will still be popping up in Paris during Couture Week. Phew. If you’re confused reading this, I’m not surprised. Me too.

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“I think that all pussies are perfect, in being un-perfect… My pussy, your pussy, everybody’s pussy is f**king perfect.”

That’s how Chelsea Jones responded when Bullett Media asked her to describe the perfect pussy. Amen, sister.

Jones and her friend Eva Sealove aren’t usually asked by media outlets to describe their idea of the “perfect pussy” — well, until recently. About nine months ago, the two L.A. natives created an Instagram account called “Look At This Pusssy,” which curates images of objects and sceneries that look like vaginas.

In less than a year, the account has accumulated over 5,500 followers. Censoring anatomy can have a stigmatizing effect, as if something must be hidden because of the way it looks. From t-shirts to different kinds of food and even tree trunks, the images on Jones’ and Sealove’s Instagram account prove that vaginas can be found anywhere and everywhere.

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Although the images may be a bit NSFW, the two say they created the account to remind everyone that vaginas come in all shapes, sizes and colors. And each vagina is perfect.

By posting different images of objects that look like vaginas, Sealove and Jones hope to normalize attitudes towards vaginas and all the shapes and sizes they come in. The two post images they’ve taken and also accept submissions.

“I wanted to create a space where people can feel like ‘it’s normal to feel like this’ or ‘it’s normal that I look like this,'” Jones told Bullett. “Everything is a pussy and everything about a pussy is beautiful. I don’t want anyone to ever feel shame about that and this is sort of a way for us to drive home that message, and be funny with it too.”

Jones said that she and Sealove want to empower women with “Look At This Pusssy,” and they love that some of their followers are teenage girls. “To me, I don’t think there’s anything vulgar about our account because our message is anti-shame and acceptance of your own body,” Sealove said. “It makes me really emotional to see girls at that age respond to our content. It’s really hopeful to me, because of how hard it is to grow up as a female and come into your own.”

Take a look at a few (semi-NSFW) images from Sealove’s and Jones’ “Look At This Pusssy” account that look very similar to vaginas.

This pussy is a progressive male pussy wanting to do right by female counterpart. Bend ur brain 4 a couple secs and consider males (sis-penip males & otherwise): Pussy making some progress these days (s/0) but with advancement of pussy female/ female gender comes inevitable crisis of masculinity leading to many Q’s for males including but not limited to: Am I creepy? Am I the patriarchy (I don’t think so bc i try to be Nice guy but perhaps I doth protest too much or some shit?)? Am I useful? Here’s the deal, males, if I may be so bold (I may be bc I can do wtvr tf I want duh): The pussy empathize w the struggle to be Correct and Nice male. We do not hate u bc we love ourselves. If u are Nice guy and treat pussy female with Consideration, this is much appreciated and the best way. TY 4 have awareness. Corrective action probably most potent on a 1- 1 level; systemic change happens gradually between individual Humans in relationships so act like a fuckng Human and listen to the ideas of other Humans. V simple. A kiss! to u and ur kin. @mgilmore1112

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Head over to “Look At This Pusssy” to see more from Sealove and Jones.

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50 Cent: “Why Buy TIDAL To Get Something That Would Be Everywhere Else?” [VIDEO]

50 Cent recently sat down for an interview with Letty & DJ Damage of REAL 92.3 for their “The Realest” segment. One interesting point of discussion was Ferrari’s take on Jay Z’s TIDAL music streaming service. 

It turns out Fif wasn’t invited to be a TIDAL owner by Hova, which he thinks wasn’t the smartest of moves since he owns his catalog.

“Probably we could’ve did something more exciting if they reached out,” said 50. “Because the people that you saw there don’t even own the rights to their music. So they can’t say it’s just gonna come out TIDAL. It has to go everywhere. So why would you actually buy TIDAL to get something that would be everywhere else?”

Also, not so quiet as kept, 50 Cent is a big Drake fan. Peep the full interview below.

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Meek Mill’s Chinx Tribute “Miss My Dawgs” Touches Hoods Everywhere [Photos]

The Hip-Hop community was dealt a deafening blow over the weekend when it was officially confirmed that Lionel Pickens b.k.a. Chinx was murdered in Queens early Sunday morning.

While many close to him attempt to gather their bearings, Meek Mill grabbed Travis Scott and Strap and jumped out in front with a fitting tribute track, “Miss My Dawgs.”

“The killed Chinx Drugz in his own city/They killed Lil Snupe in his own city/Wonder why I don’t be in my own city/I don’t know if n****s gon’ clap for me or gonna kill me
Still living lavish and they wonder why I act savage/All these guns and automatics.”

The Lil Snupe the MMG star is referring to was his 17-year-old protegé who was murdered in summer 2013.


“Miss My Dawgs” immediately struck a nerve with plenty of social media users who felt the same pain both Meek and French Montana was forced to feel when they heard someone close to them had been killed dead in the streets. Take a look at some of the tear-jerking tweets Meek received after releasing the track yesterday, and think before you act. Like Jay Z recently said, we have to stop killing each other.

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11 Things That Helped People Everywhere Love Their Bodies In 2014

For women, 2014 was a year of great steps forward — and unfortunate setbacks. One area where there was much, much more celebration than disappointment was the movement to accept all bodies as beautiful.

Here are 11 projects, campaigns and movements from 2014 that are helping people to love their bodies and to fight back against harmful beauty standards:

1. The “Love Your Lines” Instagram Account

Stretchmarks are one of the many things women are taught to be ashamed of — even though an estimated 80 percent of people have them. Two east coast mothers decided to start an Instagram account celebrating stretch marks and scars as beautiful, rather than “flaws.” They asked women to send in photo submissions and a description of how they felt about their “lines” — and the responses were truly amazing.

2. The Harvard Rugby Team’s “Rugged Grace” Series

The young women on the team produced an incredible series of photographs in which they each shared what they admired about another woman’s body and character in messages written on each other’s skin.

“The project was inspired by the amazing body positivity and acceptance that we saw on our team,” team member Helen Clark told The Huffington Post. “It’s so refreshing to see a group of women being proud of the strength they’ve achieved through hours of training, and to see them celebrating the physical manifestations of that strength.”

3. “Stop The Beauty Madness”

Robin Rice’s awareness-raising campaign features 25 jarring ads that show the types of images you might see in magazines alongside brutally honest commentary. The text in the ads reference[s] the “madness” of the standards we hold women to, with the hopes of making viewers re-think their reactions to images of female beauty.

“We look at beauty magazines and fashion photographs and whether we theoretically believe in them or not, we’ve seen so many of them and they’ve been put into exactly the right light and ratio that something inside of us has said ‘That’s beautiful,'” Rice told The Huffington Post. “Whether or not we believe in it intellectually, something deeper has set in and we compare ourselves to that.”

4. When “Real Men” Posed In Underwear Ads

Men suffer from poor body image, too. The Sun’s photo series showing “real men” posing in underwear ads showed the pressures men face when comparing themselves to models or professional athletes — though by all accounts, the “normal” guys in this series have nothing to be ashamed of.

5. “If People Were Honest About Women’s Bodies”

This BuzzFeed video shows how crazy it sounds when people verbalize cultural expectations about women’s bodies. Imagine if a friend looked in the mirror and said, “I’ve been conditioned to be critical of myself and use self-deprecation as a cover up, so people don’t think I’m conceited, but the truth is, I look amazing.” SO much better than fat talk.

6. When 10 Total Strangers Got Naked Together In Search Of Body Acceptance

In “SHINE,” a video produced by The Goddess Project, 10 women came together to discuss their body insecurities and how they are learning to love themselves.

“We have to stick together and empower each other to overcome all of the stereotypes placed against us,” one participant in the video says. “No matter what we’ve been conditioned to believe, it’s time to step up and recognize how beautiful we really are.”

7. Blogger Gabi Fresh’s Version Of The ***Flawless Music Video

Plus-size style blogger Gabi Fresh teamed up with fellow bloggers Nadia Aboulhosn and Tess Munster to film a cover of Bey’s anthem — this time celebrating larger bodies.

“For me, this video is to show all of my followers that you define your definition of beauty,” Aboulhosn wrote on her blog. “Don’t let anyone tell you to be or look a certain way. We are all flawless and [keep] reminding yourself of that.”

8. The “Fattitude” Documentary

Fat activist Lindsey Averill is teaming up with filmmaker Viridiana Lieberman to make a feature-length documentary about fat discrimination, fighting prejudice against overweight people and helping viewers see that size is not an indicator of worth — big sizes are beautiful, too. The trailer launched in April, and the full film is slated for release in 2015.

9. The “Natural Beauty” Photo Series

Photographer Ben Hopper’s stunning portraits of women showing their underarm hair challenges the idea that women should be hairless to be beautiful.

“The whole point [of the series] is contrast between fashionable female beauty and the raw unconventional look of female armpit hair,” Hopper told The Huffington Post. “I expect [the photos] will surprise a lot of people and I guess, in a way, that is one of my intentions.”

10. Zoë Ley’s Body-Positive Fitspiration

“Fitspo” may be the new “thinspo,” and it’s not always harmless motivation. Blogger Zoë Ley of “Weirdly Shaped” created her own hilarious “fitspiration” images deconstructing some of the messages and reminding women that it’s OK if you don’t have rock-solid abs or work out five days a week.

11. CURVES Art Photography Book

Photographer Victoria Janashvili’s images prove that plus-size bodies are fine art, too.

What would you add to this list? Comment below, or Tweet @HuffPostWomen!

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“The Legend of Korra,” Nickelodeon’s sequel to “Avatar: The Last Airbender,” has come to a close in a big way. The series ended following the release of its two-part finale, “Day Of The Colossus”/“The Last Stand,” which you can find online at Nick. And fan shippers everywhere don’t want to miss this one.

For those who don’t know, a fan ship is a made-up relationship between characters that’s usually supported in fan art or fan fiction but rarely ever actually happens; however, that may have just changed.

After the threat from Kuvira is handled, the series closes on Korra and Asami holding hands and going off into the spirit world together. Then Korrasami supporters around the world let out a scream of joy. The fan ship finally seems to be official.

The last scene of the series is surprising given comments made by “Korra” creator Bryan Konietzko to The Wall Street Journal saying fans like to make up relationships but are “disinterested” in seeing those actually happen. Also, keep in mind that this is a Nick show. Putting a same-sex relationship in a cartoon is a pretty progressive move.

Despite everything working against it, Korrasami has been one of the most supported fan-wanted relationships on the web, and the show has had hints fans have been all over. The biggest perhaps being the letters the pair exchanged in Season 4, which shows how close the characters have become. iDigitalTimes points out, even the voice of Korra herself, Janet Varney, was a supporter of the two getting together.

With the ending, “Korra” comes to a close in a way that can please supporters of the relationship and still keep things innocent. Even so, some Korrasami fans took things a step further with this fan-made extended ending:

Watch Improv Everywhere comedy group surprise family with ‘Epic Christmas Caroling’

The comedy group Improv Everywhere is at it again, this time surprising a suburban New Jersey family with everything but a partridge in a pear tree for its “Epic Christmas Caroling” mission.Posted Tuesday to YouTube, the video shows a father answering a doorbell and the rest of his family gathering by his side as a quartet of Christmas carolers in Victorian attire sings “Deck the Halls.

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Daft Punk Finally Releases ‘Human After All’ Remix Album To Fans Everywhere

Eight years after its original release, Daft Punk has finally — and very discreetly– made a digital version of their elusive “Human After All” remix album available to fans worldwide.

A limited edition of the remix album was originally released in 2006. However, as the Verge points out, it was released exclusively in Japan, which made it relatively difficult for fans in the U.S. and elsewhere to get their hands on it.

Earlier this year, the electronic music duo released a reissue of the album, again only available in Japan.

The wait is finally over though as fans everywhere can now purchase or stream the latest version of the remix album, which boasts an addition of several new songs to the original 2006 release. These include remixes of “Technologic” by Le Knight Club, a side project of Daft Punk’s Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, and Basement Jaxx.

Though the remix album was released rather quietly this week, the lack of fanfare hasn’t stopped fans from finding out about the album and going utterly berserk.

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Colbert Does The NRA & Nathan Deal One Better By Suggesting The 'Everywhere Is Guns' Law

On Tuesday, Stephen Colbert dug into the NRA annual meeting as well as Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signing the “guns everywhere” bill into law. And as much as Colbert applauds the gun enthusiasts’ valiant efforts of late, he couldn’t help but note that we can still do better.

How can we do better than having it be legal to carry concealed weapons into bars, schools and churches? Easy. Instead of “guns everywhere” let’s pass “everywhere is guns.”

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