Why Is Donald Trump Being Targeted By Free The Nipple Protesters? It’s All About the ERA, Apparently

Kylie Cheung | May 4, 2016 - 8:04 pm

Female Bay Area protesters are calling out Trump’s misogyny and making the case for the Equal Rights Amendment in a bold way. More »

Thank God There’s A Book Club Just For Men, Because That’s What The World Needed

Megan Reynolds | May 4, 2016 - 6:45 pm

One could argue that a “book club for men” is a working defintion of the history of humanities up until very recently, but that is neither here nor there. More »

Bath & Body Works Is Bringing Back Some Classic Scents So We Ranked Them By Awfulness

Bronwyn Isaac | May 4, 2016 - 4:12 pm

The 90s nostalgia machine has sputtered and spoken again: Your favorite purveyors of fine fragrances everywhere, Bath & Body Works, is reviving some classics. In a move that demonstrates an alarming lack of respect for boundaries, they are bringing back some “nostalgic scents” originally sold in the early 90s, because apparently there are people who miss choking on apple-scented garbage water… More »

Google Uses Romance Novels To Train Its Artificial Intelligence To Have Some Personality

Bronwyn Isaac | May 4, 2016 - 4:00 pm

In an attempt to humanize their robots and equip them with chatty personalities that will be more palatable to consumers, Google employees have been feeding their AI systems stacks of romance novels in order to expand their vocabulary and ability to hold conversation. More »

Geena Davis Is Changing The Game When It Comes To Female Roles In Hollywood

Liz Magee | May 4, 2016 - 3:10 pm

Being a woman in Hollywood is much like being a woman anywhere else: it’s difficult. Academy Award winning actress Geena Davis admits in an interview with Vulture that she was “spoiled” with the rich roles she had in the female-driven classics Thelma and Louise and A League Of Their Own.  These sort of opportunities simply didn’t exist… More »

Woody Allen Brags About “Saving” His Wife In Lengthy, Creepy & Unncessary New Interview

Megan Reynolds | May 4, 2016 - 2:39 pm

Auteur and creep Woody Allen’s new movie Cafe Society will premiere at Cannes, making May a banner month for ex-film majors with boners for black and white shots set to Gershwin everywhere. Out of all the things he said to  The Hollywood Reporter’s Stephen Galloway, the fact that Allen thinks he “saved” his wife is possibly… More »

How Anti-Transgender Bathroom Laws Are Ignoring The Real Threat To Women: Cisgender Men

Nico Lang | May 4, 2016 - 2:00 pm

The idea that we “need to keep transgender people out of women’s bathrooms to protect women and young girls.” is a rallying cry that not only creates a threat where none exists, but distracts from an overwhelmingly pervasive and deadly one: violence against women by cisgender men. More »

Finally, An Answer For Why We Hate The Word ‘Moist’

Liz Magee | May 4, 2016 - 1:39 pm

Words are powerful. Yes, there’s the whole “sticks and stones” theory that words can’t hurt you, they can for sure make you feel uncomfortable. Broadly recently interviewed a speech specialist to see why we hate words like “moist” according to science. Finally! an answer for the world’s most pressing question and some proof that words doMore »

Why Is Sinead O’Connor Blaming Arsenio Hall For Prince’s Death?

Bronwyn Isaac | May 4, 2016 - 12:55 pm

According to Sinead’s theory, Arsenio was supplying Prince with drugs all along and therefore responsible for Prince’s overdose. More »

This Teen Went To Prom With A Cardboard Cutout Of Bernie Sanders

Liz Magee | May 4, 2016 - 11:34 am

Prom is a big deal for most teenagers. For high school social events in general, the less you take it seriously, the more fun you’re likely to have. Teen hero Chloe Raynaud didn’t have a date for prom and so she went to prom with a cutout of Bernie Sanders. Her pictures have since gone viral and… More »

Elizabeth Warren Blasts Donald Trump on Facebook, Calls on America To Unite Against Him

Bronwyn Isaac | May 4, 2016 - 11:23 am

Last night’s primaries offered a terrifying glimpse into the nation’s political future and the state of this year’s election. Donald Trump won Indiana by a landslide, causing Ted Cruz to drop out of the election and leaving the “politician” as the presumed front-runner candidate for the GOP. Eternal voice of reason Elizabeth Warren called out Donald Trump on Facebook in… More »

George Takei Called Out Racism In Hollywood Casting for Asian Actors & Didn’t Hold Back

Kylie Cheung | May 4, 2016 - 9:32 am

“We can’t keep pretending there isn’t something deeper at work here.” More »

Handshakes Just Aren’t Ted Cruz’s Thing & Here’s Some More Damning Evidence Of This

Kylie Cheung | May 4, 2016 - 8:45 am

Before we collectively attempt to think about Ted Cruz as little as possible (until he does something else terrible for women in Congress), let’s take a last look at the special skill he never possessed: making contact with other humans successfully. More »

Twitter Wants Elsa To Be A Lesbian In The ‘Frozen’ Sequel, Calling For Disney To #GiveElsaAGirlfriend

Kylie Cheung | May 3, 2016 - 11:06 pm

This latest viral Twitter campaign is demanding that Disney make Frozen’s Elsa a lesbian. #LoveWinning in politics AND animated films? The dream. More »

Bernie Sanders Won The Indiana Primary, But Should He Still Stay In The Race?

Kylie Cheung | May 3, 2016 - 9:40 pm

As Hillary Clinton as the Democratic nominee becomes more inevitable by the day, Bernie Sanders’ path forward is becoming an increasingly contentious issue. More »

These Twitter Reactions To Ted Cruz Dropping Out Of Presidential Race Are Bleak And Hilarious

Jessica Blankenship | May 3, 2016 - 8:53 pm

After suffering yet another defeat by alleged human Donald Trump during Tuesday night’s primary in Indiana, notorious handshake attempter Ted Cruz dropped out of the race for president. Twitter had a lot of feelings about it. More »

Ted Cruz Drops Out Of Race For President, & Holy Shit, Here’s What This Means

Kylie Cheung | May 3, 2016 - 8:48 pm

Following a crushing loss in Indiana, Cruz suspends his presidential campaign, so things are looking pretty bad for the #StopTrump movement. More »

Lupita Nyong’o Shut Down Anyone Who Ever Questioned Her Decision To Be In A “Small Play”

Liz Magee | May 3, 2016 - 4:56 pm

Between the Tony nominations coming out today, and her head-turning look from the Met Gala last night, chances are the name Lupita Nyong’o has appeared in your feed several times today. The actress made history when she became the first Kenyan and the first Mexican to win an Academy Award for her performance in 12More »

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