Posts tagged "creep"

When “I Don’t Like This” Doesn’t Equal “I Was Violated”: The Strange Case Of Steve Lepore, Toni McIntyre & Hockey Twitter

Late last week, hockey blogger Toni McIntyre wrote a column on Medium about the sexual harassment she felt she had faced at the hands of a male hockey reporter named Steve Lepore. The McIntyre/Lepore story briefly captivated sportswriters last December when it first broke: a male sports reporter asked a female sports blogger if he could…

By: Beejoli Shah / February 9, 2015

Tori Amos’ Cover Of “Creep” Is Pretty Much Amazing

Tori Amos covered Radiohead's "Creep" at a concert in New York City last week, and it was totally kickass. Who knew a '90s hit could have such staying power? The song is 22 years old now, and Radiohead rarely performs it anymore. Luckily for us, plenty of awesome artists have shared their own moving interpretations,…

By: Claire Hannum / August 18, 2014

Hey, Ladies Of SXSW, Steer Clear Of This Guy

South by Southwest, the annual music/film/tech/excuse to eat tacos festival, began last week. It's a great way to see a bunch of bands and network, we suppose, but it's also an opportunity to make new friends, in exchange for "services." At least according to one Craigslist poster, who offered perhaps one of the creepier SXSW…

By: Julie Gerstein / March 11, 2013

The Soapbox: Why “Creep Shaming” Is Total BS

On Thursday night, I had what seemed like a pretty good first date. By Friday lunchtime, any chance of a romance between that guy and I had fallen spectacularly to pieces. I wrote about what went down in a post called "An Open Letter To The Guy Who Called Me 'Crazy.'"  I've been pretty thrilled…

By: Jessica Wakeman / April 11, 2012

Old-School Wednesdays: TLC’s On The “Creep”

Your man's not giving you what you need? Throw on some way over-sized silk pajamas and get yours. At least, that's what Chilli, T-Boz, and Left Eye recommend. [YouTube]…

By: Julie Gerstein / November 24, 2010

Creepy Gym Makes Working Out A Spectator Sport

Working out sounds good in theory: tighten up your bod, wear comfy, colorful spandex clothes in public guilt -free, and get your endorphins going. But it’s ads like this one for David Barton Gym that reaffirm my commitment to my flabby physique. It makes working out seem like more of a spectator sport than a…

By: Simcha / August 27, 2008