Rutgers Is Offering A Course Called “Politicizing Beyoncé”

  • The Women’s and Gender Studies Department at Rutgers University in New Jersey is offering a class called “Politicizing Beyoncé,” which uses the pop star as a lens to examine racial and sexual issues in America, particularly as they pertain to Black feminism. All students need to earn at least a “Bey” to pass the class. (Sorry, I couldn’t help myself.) [CBS Local]
  • Happy 10th anniversary to Janet Jackson’s Super Bowl “wardrobe malfunction”! [ESPN]
  • The Disney Channel introduced a pair of lesbian moms on the show “Good Luck Charlie,” its first-ever same-sex couple on the network. [Flavorwire]
  • Leonardo DiCaprio’s stepbrother and his girlfriend were arrested for theft, harassment and drug possession in Texas. Adam Farrar, 43, and Leo have reportedly been estranged for years. [RadarOnline]
  • On “Drunk In Love” theology and Beyoncé and Jay Z showing how sexy Christian marriage can be. [BuzzFeed]
  • Taking a closer look at the molestation allegations against Woody Allen by Mia Farrow and her daughter. [The Daily Beast]
  • NBC ordered a sitcom pilot about a gay couple that’s being developed by Ellen DeGeneres. [Entertainment Weekly]
  • Motley Crue has broken up after 33 dirty, dirty years together. [TMZ]
  • Martin Scorsese made a documentary about The New York Review Of Books. There’s a topic sure to get butts in seats. [Variety]
  • How to make your bed fit for a princess! [xoJane]
  • Billy Ray Cyrus said Justin Bieber just needs to “chill” with him in a tee pee.   [US Weekly]
  • “The Bachelor” ding dongs Sean Lowe and Catherine Guidice took a lie detecter test to prove Sean stayed a “born again virgin” until their wedding night. [Daily Mail UK]

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