Happy Sunday! As always, Links We Love brings you our favorite health and fitness information from around the web. This week, we’re looking at gender and feminism: from the problem with the “girlfriendzone” to scientific proof that men are more forgetful than women. We want to spread the love and share kickass content in the wellness world, and here are our picks:

Debate on Photo Retouching Flares Online, With Roles Reversed
After Vogue featured Lena Dunham on the cover of its February issue, women’s news site Jezebel suggested that the images had been edited to make Dunham look more attractive. But Vogue drew support for putting a non-supermodel in the spotlight. (via The New York Times)

Lena DunhamPhoto: Jezebel

Infographic: How to Win a Best Actress Oscar
A statistical analysis reveals that most women who receive formal recognition for their achievement in film play the role of wife, mother, sister, daughter, or girlfriend. (via Feministing)

Dudes, Stop Putting Women in the Girlfriendzone
Most of us have heard of the “friend zone.” But is it possible that men are misguided when they think women are obligated to sleep with them in exchange for being a nice guy — a.k.a putting them in the “girlfriendzone?” (via Jezebel)

So That’s Why He Forgot Your Birthday? Research Finds Men Are More Absentminded Than Women
A new study found men of all ages are generally more forgetful than women, though they can’t say for sure why. (via The Daily Mail)

Sci-Fi Device Lets Men and Women Swap Bodies
In a real-life twist on Freaky Friday, scientists have created a machine that lets people experience the world through someone else’s body. (via Fast Company)

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