Morning Quickies: “Black Swan” Interns Sue Over Unpaid Coffee-Fetching

  • Two interns who worked on the movie “Black Swan” are suing Fox Searchlight Pictures because they don’t believe their coffee-fetching and lunch order-taking qualified as “educational” enough to justify labor laws about unpaid internships. [New York Times]
  • In honor of Banned Books Week, check out the women authors and books for young women that topped the American Library Assocation’s 2010 list of most challenged books. [The Mary Sue]
  • Science says doing ‘shrooms gives you “an enduring but positive personality change.” (Ahem, don’t do drugs, kids!) [USA Today]
  • This email response from Gasp Jeans to a customer is the rudest retail email you’ll ever read. [Styleite]
  • This chick almost joined a cult. [The Hairpin]
  • Tales of a plus-size porn star. [xoJane]
  • On the first time you fart in front of someone you like. [Thought Catalog]