Camille Cosby Supports Her Husband “On Every Level”

  • Bill Cosby’s wife Camille “supports him on every level” as more and more women come forward alleging the comedian sexually assaulted them. Denial, man. [People]
  • ABC allegedly paid Darren Wilson in the mid-to-high six figures for his interview with George Stephanopoulos, which means it’s officially profitable for police officers to kill unarmed Black teenagers. [Got News]
  • Frances Bean Cobain is producing the first family-authorized documentary about her late father, Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain. [Independent]
  • It’s official! NPR’s “Serial” podcast is coming back for season two. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »

Jian Ghomeshi Has Been Charged With Four Counts Of Sexual Assault

  • Jian Ghomeshi has been charged and arrested on four counts of sexual assault. [Huffington Post]
  • Mike Brown’s parents have called Darren Wilson’s testimony “crazy.” [Daily Dot]
  • Independent Black-owned businesses are supporting #BlackoutFriday, a campaign for Black Americans to not shop on Black Friday in order to exercise their economic power. [Afrobella] Keep reading »

Hair Dos: 15 Celebs Bringing Back The ’90s Hair Flip

The ’90s are my decade. Why do you think I wear so much flannel, make regular references to “90210,” and sing “Doll Parts” at karaoke? Because it’s forever 1992 in my soul. Anyway, ’90s nostalgia is big right now with my generation, probably because we’re all hitting our mid-30s and -40s and tired of being cynical and too cool for school, and just want to harken back to our good ol’ younger days. That’s why I’m totally on board with the hair flip making a comeback. Oh yeah, the hair flip. You know, where it looks like you just ran your fingers through the front of your hair and then flipped it to the side, all casual and nonchalant-like. Sometimes the hair flip was all silky and slippery looking, like Alicia Silverstone in “The Crush” and “Clueless” and those awesome Aerosmith videos. There was the “sexy supermodel in a rock video” hair flip, the Donna Martin hair flip, which, if you touched it, sounded all crunchy and crinkly. And of course there was the Drew Barrymore circa-”Poison Ivy” (best Drew) hair flip. Are you feeling me? Click through to see which current celebs are rockin’ the hair flip and if you’re interested in giving it a shot, Lauren Conrad’s site, The Beauty Department, has a tutorial. Or, you know, you could just run your hands through your hair and flip that shit because it’s that easy.

Playground Forbids Images Of Winnie The Pooh, Calls Him A Pantless “Hermaphrodite”

Playground Forbids Images Of Winnie The Pooh, Call Him A Pantless "Hermaphrodite"

There are so many important issues going on in the world today, which is why it pains me to report that some people in Poland are up in arms about the sexual habits of one beloved Winnie The Pooh.

Local counselors in the town of Tuszyn, Poland have been tasked with assigning a public face to a new local playground, when someone suggested Winnie The Pooh. The character was rejected by officials after being deemed “horribly inappropriate for children.” Um … come again? Keep reading »

Katie: 10 Things I’m Thankful For This Year

Katie: 10 Things I'm Thankful For This Year

It’s almost Thanksgiving, which means it’s time to show some gratitude for the blessings in our lives. Rebecca shared hers yesterday, Claire went this morning, and now here’s Katie!

In true Thanksgiving spirit, it’s time again to reflect upon my year, my life and the things I’m most thankful for. Some obvious blessings made my list, along with some more timely things I’m thankful for, but every single one has in some way, made my life happier, easier or fuller this year. Without further ado, here are 10 things I’ll be thinking of while I chow down on turkey this Thursday. Keep reading »

Read And Watch DeRay McKesson’s Tweets And Vines To See How Police Are Treating Peaceful Protest In Saint Louis

Today, peaceful protesters — the protesters people have been calling for after a night of looting, burning, and destruction following the no-indictment decision for Darren Wilson on Monday — gathered in Saint Louis, Missouri to demonstrate in the city’s downtown area. DeRay McKesson, a Ferguson protester who has been particularly active on Twitter over the last three months, documented the demonstration.

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