I’m So Over Arguing About SlutWalks

Jessica Wakeman / July 21, 2011

I have to say I’m dismayed by an upcoming piece in The New York Times Magazine by Rebecca Traister. Let me first say: I love Rebecca. She’s been the women’s political issues writer for Salon.com for nearly forever and last year she published Big Girls Don’t Cry: The Election That Changed Everything For American WomenMore »


Breaking News: The New York Times Discovers Women Wear Dresses

Julie Gerstein / July 21, 2011

Fresh off their discovery that people breathe air and women enjoy staring at Ryan Gosling’s abs, the New York Times style section has apparently uncovered that women love to wear dresses when it’s “soupy” out. In fact! They love dresses so much! They like, wear them all the time! The Times interviewed dozens of cutting… More »


Hailee Steinfeld Doesn’t Think She’s Too Young For Miu Miu

Julie Gerstein / July 21, 2011

“It’s kind of funny because when I was younger I did a lot of print and then I went more into acting so I had a little deja vu when I went back to it, doing the whole modeling thing again. I had such an amazing time filming especially working with Bruce Weber. … Honestly… More »


Name That Vajayjay: 40 Words For Every Situation

How did it happen that “vajayjay” quickly became the slang term for vagina? Did Oprah start it? Was it Grey’s Anatomy? It almost feels like a fable at this point — but regardless, there has ALWAYS been slang terms for what’s in your pants and who knows? By the year 2067, vajayjay may sound a… More »


Get Ready For “Captain Planet,” The Movie

“Captain Planet, he’s our hero / Gonna take animation down to zero.” That is my roundabout way of telling you that the Cartoon Network has announced that they will be making a live-action movie version of the ’90s TV show, “Captain Planet.” “The messages of Captain Planet are even more relevant today,” said Stuart Snyder,… More »


First Look At “The Amazing Spider-Man”

It feels like “The Amazing Spider-Man,” the reboot of the classic comic tale starring Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone, was cast like five minutes ago. But already, we have the first trailer for the flick, which deals with Spider-Man as a boy and teenager. According to this mythology, he’s bitten by the radioactive… More »