Susan G. Komen For The Cure Web Site Was Hacked Last Night

By: Jessica Wakeman / February 2, 2012

Last night, the website for Susan G. Komen for the Cure was hacked! According to The Atlantic Wire, visitors were redirected to a dummy site with a mocked up page reading, “Help us run over poor women on our way to the bank.” Oh, burn. Obviously the hack is in response to Komen’s decision o… More »


“What’s Your Nude?” Campaigns For More Brown Bras

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / February 2, 2012

If you head to the store looking for a nude bra, you’ll see shades of cream, tan, and light pink: in other words, the “nude” options are tailored predominantly to Caucasian skin tones. Tara Raines thinks it’s about time bra makers embraced a more diverse definition of nude, which is why she started the “What’… More »


Mind Of Man: Valentine’s Day Is Not So Bad

By: John DeVore / February 2, 2012

Valentine’s Day shouldn’t be about who loves you, but whom you love. It’s the one day out of the year when you should take account of those people in your life who make you gleefully vomit little candy hearts. Being loved back isn’t nearly as important in life as boldly, recklessly, sincerely loving someone regardle… More »


Good For Gotye

By: Julie Gerstein / February 2, 2012

As some of you may know, I used to DJ a ton, and music is still a HUGE part of my life. That’s why I LOVE  Spotify, and spend all day listening to it when I’m writing the stories and making the Internet. I’ve made a bunch of great mixes on there — like seriously… More »


Astro Guide 2012: Your February 2012 Gettin’ Lucky Dates!

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / February 2, 2012

Happy Groundhog Day, y’all! Here’s a look at the best days in February for each sign in the areas of love, sex, relationships, luck, charisma, and romance. And check out Kiki T’s entire 2012 Astro Guide forecast for your sign here! More »


Controversy Over French Elle’s “Black Style” Article Drags On

By: NYMag.com's The Cut / February 2, 2012

After running a wholly inappropriate article on “black style” last month, editors at French Elle removed the piece without comment. They later blandly acknowledged the backlash it received with the excuse that the story was misunderstood. Speaking over the weekend, Elle’s managing editor Valerie Toranian said it was “full of good intentions” that were just expressed badly, which only ignited… More »