5 More Women Have Accused Jian Ghomeshi Of Assault

Five more women have come forward to accuse former Canadian Broadcasting Corporation radio host Jian Ghomeshi of abuse and harassment, which makes eight alleged victims in total. Ghomeshi has roundly denied the accusations, claiming that what he did was in fact not abuse but consensual BDSM, and that a jilted former partner had been conspiring against him, reaching out to other women he had formerly dated, in order to bring forth these accusations. Ghomeshi was fired from his job at the CBC, and he claimed in a Facebook post that the CBC fired him because of his BDSM lifestyle:

They later said to me and my team that there is no question in their minds that there has always been consent. They said they’re not concerned about the legal side. But then they said that this type of sexual behavior was unbecoming of a prominent host on the CBC. They said that I was being dismissed for ‘the risk of the perception that may come from a story that could come out.’

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Farrah Abraham Dressed Up As Elsa From “Frozen” To Hawk Her New Sex Toy Line

Farrah's Sex Toy Line
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Farrah Abraham Dressed Up As Elsa From "Frozen" To Hawk Her New Sex Toy Line

Farrah Abraham is a national treasure. Remember how the “Teen Mom” has a sex toy line, specifically fuckable molds of her vagina and butthole? Well, the launch party was this week and because it’s so close to Halloween, Farrah decided to dress up in costume for the event. As Elsa from “Frozen,” A CHILDREN’S MOVIE. After the jump, a hilarious photo of Farrah as Elsa, cradling a likeness of her own vag and anus. [Gawker] Keep reading »

Is The Selfie App The Answer To Social Media’s Human Connection Problem?

Selfie

Selfie, an app that launched a few weeks ago, wraps up the tried-and-true methods of Vine, Instagram and Tumblr all in one. That may sound exhausting, but the experience encourages organic connection between strangers in a way that is oddly refreshing. Users record up to 24-second videos of themselves, and other users who follow them are able to reply with their own Selfie videos for a pseudo face-to-face chat. Other users can view those conversations on their feed and contribute as well, which makes for new connections and new friends — it’s like a message board come to life, and just like those types of forums, it can be used to discuss any topic under the sun. My limited experience with it so far has taught me that it’s something like a cross between a chat room and brunch with friends. Users can ask for advice, share expertise, tell stories, or strike up conversations with potential new friends — which often prompts people to eventually meet up in person. Keep reading »

21 Movies That Changed How We Felt About Ourselves As Women

21 Movies That Changed The Way We Felt About Ourselves As Women

There’s something magical about movies. Whether you’re watching one in a dark theater, on a couch with some popcorn, or under the comfort of a blanket in your own bed, movies allow us a very specific form of escape.

And women tend to be the most regular moviegoers out there. According to a 2012 MPAA report, women actually go to the movies more than men, making up 52% of in-theater audiences each year. It’s a wonder then that there aren’t more female-led blockbusters. (Hint hint, nudge nudge, Hollywood powers that be.)

Even though the characters are usually fictional, we’ve learned some pretty amazing lessons from the people that come alive in our favorite films. Read more on Huffington Post Women…

4 Problems I Have With VProud, The New “Troll-Proof” Social Network For Women

So there’s a thing called VProud that’s supposed to be a social network for women and I don’t love it. It’s a forum, basically, and every topic starts with a video, and then you comment on or have conversations about the video. It’s “troll-proof,” or so they say — users are authenticated through Facebook, Google, or Twitter but with the option to stay anonymous on VProud; there’s an artificially intelligent filter for hate speech that gets smarter about context with reporting; there’s a “troll” button on each post, which, with enough reporting, will get the post sent to moderation. If it’s not actually trolling, it’s restored and it gets added to the AI database. Keep reading »

The End Zone: The Best, Worst & Most Laughable Moments From This Week’s Games

The End Zone: The Best, Worst & Most Laughable Moments From This Week's Games

I know, I know, I’ve been complaining the last two weeks about the NFL getting boring. And it’s true, right around this time of the season, it does get a little hum-drum. We’re too far away to reasonably start calling playoff berths, but too deep into the season to find freshly contrived celebrations as adorable as they once were (looking at you Peyton Manning, but again, congrats on the career TD record). But Week 8? Week 8 was a gift from the NFL gods, full of both surprises and screw-ups. Huge games were lost. Improbable games were won on even more improbable penalties. Memes were mocked on-field, proving the machines have indeed taken over. Here were the best, worst, and by far most laughable moments of Week 8. Keep reading »

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