“One’s vagina should be steamed in the upright position. In a room that’s lined wall-to-wall with real, actual jade, a woman (OK, me) dressed in a satiny, royal purple sheath that attaches just under the armpits — like the world’s least flattering strapless gown — sits atop a throne. The throne is wood and looks like a toilet, with a deep, dark hole in the middle. The gown goes over the body and the throne, creating a little biodome. Once you’re seated, steam from a container of mugwort tea and herbs rises and slithers up to its target.” Let’s take a spa day with Outside’s Taffy Brodesser-Akner: We Have Found the Cure! (Sort Of…)

+ Time: “The sculptor of Wall Street’s ‘Charging Bull’ statue is accusing New York City of violating his legal rights by allowing the ‘Fearless Girl’ statue to be installed facing the bronze beast, without his permission.” (This entire week has been one long PR teachable moment…)

+ Dorothy Mengering has died at the age of 95. Most you know her better as David Letterman’s mom.

+ What if Barry Bonds had played without a bat? (Spolier alert: Still good.)

+ A cat got onto a field and delayed a baseball game. (A major league baseball game.)