Lord Voldemort On The End Of Harry Potter

“It’s an interesting phenomenon, being the bad guy. If you think about it, the bad guy is always the hero in his own story. Here I am, ridding the world of the kind of people who are perpetually at Walmart and who fangirl Gilderoy Lockhart, and suddenly I’m ‘evil.’ Refusing to change my beliefs because… More »


Guy Talk: How Professional Women Can Objectify Men (And Why Waitresses Don’t)

Mark D. White / July 15, 2011

Fact: women are too often judged solely on their appearance, and treated differently based on how they measure up to men’s ideas of what they should look like. This much is obvious, and I’m sure the majority of us here applaud the women who stood up and continue to stand up to this offensive treatment… More »


Gimme Some Sugar

Jessica Wakeman / July 15, 2011

What goes on in the bedroom has long been considered the “artistic” province of male writers. (Cough Philip Roth cough.) When women write about sex? That’s just slutty! Well, not anymore: Erica Jong has edited Sugar in My Bowl: Real Women Write About Real Sex, a collection of essays, short stories and even one short… More »


Julia Roberts Gets Chola-fied

Ami Angelowicz / July 15, 2011

A bandana, giant hoops, tats, eyeliner (used on the lips), and a switchblade is all it takes to transform Julia Roberts into a hardcore chola. When is this movie happening? It would be way more interesting than “Larry Crowne.” [Buzzfeed]… More »


’90s Teenybopper Crushes Presently Unworthy Of Our Love

Natalie Shure / July 15, 2011

Most of us recall the vague sense of pain accompanied by pining for a man who would never know we exist. Luckily, many of our crushes of yore seem much less intimidating now. We’ve come a long way since we got popcorn stuck in our braces while watching Nickelodeon. Click through to see what’s become… More »


’90s Teenybopper Crushes Presently Unworthy Of Our Love

Natalie Shure / July 15, 2011