20 Amazing Things We Think We Learned About Women In 2013

Four Pins may be a style blog for men, but that doesn’t mean we don’t appreciate the women in our lives—strong women like Emily Dickinson, Katharine Hepburn and Mother Teresa. Oh, they’re dead? Well, those were all of the good ones, so I guess we’re going to have to settle on who's left.

I guess our resident female contributor, Rachel, might have been better suited to write this article about women’s empowerment in the past year, but fuck it. Rachel, if you’re reading this, I assume that you are in hysterics. Just find the closest policeman or adult male to help straighten you out until you’ve come to your senses. Here are the 20 amazing things we think we learned about women this past year.

Matt Rimer is a writer living in Boston. Follow him on Twitter here.

 

  • bill bye the science ghuy

    scientific findings show you cant actually be allergic to gluten

  • chris

    you didnt like gravity? its like 97 percent on rotten tomatoes.

    • topher

      i kno rite??? rotten tomatoes is, like, science and stuff…..

  • cerz

    “.. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad—all the players.” LOOOOL

  • Barnaby Jones

    Claire Daines and Gwyneth Paltrow don’t look alike.

  • connor

    That last slide was like the end to a fuckin terrible family comedy… All laughs until someone has to try an make an intelligent and heartwarming resolution… Props on livin in Boston tho.

  • Ming Sumwhere

    15 is so true!

  • Chico

    What about devin brugman thoughhhh ehhhh eyyyyy

  • ybcdageneral

    kate upton aint curvy she extra skinny smh

  • ybcdageneral

    zooey > emily any day

  • realtrehunnaJR Bow

    gravity was amazing

  • Sir

    slide 17 michael keaton lmaooooooooo

  • martytomas

    Slide 10, damn! I was not ready for that.

  • SongbirdTEG

    I’m assuming the Sandra Bullock thing was sarcastic and I just didn’t get it, right? Lol I mean she’s the number one grossing actress in the industry, and there hasn’t been a single Hollywood release this year that received more critical acclaim that Gravity. Lol went over my head I guess.