Rapists will pretty much use any excuse to avoid taking responsibility for their rapes, usually by blaming it on their victim. She was wearing a short skirt. She was passed out drunk. She had flirted with him. A-n-y-thing to avoid responsibility for his own actions. So I should not be surprised that an accused rapist in New York City is blaming his alleged sexual assault and physical attack on a 21-year-old woman on mind-erasing Four Loko drinks. Keep reading »
“She’s still naughty in sexual ways. I mean this is not exactly an Angel of Mercy.”
– Brad Pitt inexplicably blabbing about his sex life with Angelina Jolie in the New York Post. We know Angie is kinky, but this is the first time he’s indicated — that “angel of mercy” comment — that she might be the more dominant one in bed. (Which, if Brad Pitt is into that, would certainly explain why his marriage to Jennifer Aniston fizzled out. I can’t really imagine her getting her Christian Grey on.) Anyway, these two lovebirds need to stop gushing about their amazeballs sex life publicly — their kids are old enough to read! No child wants that mental image. [NY Post] [Photo: WENN]
Yesterday. we were aghast to hear that a 20-year-old Louisiana woman named Sharmeka Moffitt claimed she had been attacked by three men and set on fire, burning the majority of her body, in a hate crime.
Last night, police confirmed that Sharmeka Moffitt actually faked the “attack,” scrawled the n-word and KKK on her car, and set herelf ablaze. Keep reading »
I have a love-hate relationship with “What Would You Do?”, the so-called ‘reality’ show that hires actors to enact controversial situations in public to gauge the response of random people. I don’t actually watch the show, but every time I read about one of the show’s episodes online — What will happen when this neo-Nazi group sits down at IHOP? — I’m off to the races to watch the shit out of that thing.
It’s inevitable, really, that they would do a show about Halloween and little kids costumes. Get your little black hearts ready: an adorable boy is going to find out from some busybody ladies at a Halloween store why he can’t be a princess for Halloween. Keep reading »