Kim Kardashian: “I Guess People Would Call Me A Feminist”

  • Last night was Kim Kardashian’s much anticipated tech talk about objectification in media and had this to say about whether she’s a feminist: “I guess people would call me a feminist, but I don’t like to label myself. I love supporting women in business and in life.” [Buzzfeed]
  • Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck may be getting divorced, but they’ll continue living on the same property and raising their three children as usual. They won’t be in the same house, though, so I suspect Ben will be sneaking his new boo — Jennifer Convertibles? — into his bachelor pad aka the pool house. [NY Daily News]
  • Ten years ago, Luther Vandross passed away. Celebrate his amazing legacy by watching one of his best performances ever. [Grantland]
  • Social media has been flipping out over a NY Times recipe for guacamole that contains peas. Namely, WHY ARE YOU TRYING TO RUIN PERFECTION, GREY LADY? And it turns out POTUS is with the majority on this one, weighing in on the very serious issue on Twitter. [Twitter]
  • Even if you are on of those mysterious women who does not enjoy cunnilingus, you still shouldn’t date dudes who refuse to give head. [Cosmopolitan]
  • Caitlyn Jenner made this year’s Women’s Hour Power List of top 10 female influencers alongside Angelina Jolie and Sia. [BBC]
  • I’m generally against remakes of movies that are already great, but I really don’t know what to make of the sublime “Fatal Attraction” being turned into a TV show? What, every episode features Alex yelling about how she won’t be ignored and boiling someone’s pet? Meh. [Refinery 29]
  • Of course Lifetime is doing one of those “unauthorized true stories” about Melrose Place. But will the cast look like they walked off the set of a porn parody? [Twitter]
  • Happy Birthday, Debbie Harry! Can you believe the Blondie frontwoman is 70 years old?! [Guardian]