Why did Chrissy Teigen make her Twitter private? The model says she’s “not strong enough”
The decision came as a surprise to most people.
Cops abuse police databases to look up women’s information, says new report
As prevalent an issue as this one might just be, it’s exceedingly difficult to keep track of, and as a result, exceedingly difficult to do anything about.
A Chicago lawsuit claims “smart” sex toys collect too much data about users that can easily be hacked
And the language used in the lawsuit literally could not make it any clearer that it revolves around a sex toy.
Bullshit: Plaintiffs In Ashley Madison Data Breach Lawsuit Can’t Have Anonymity, Judge Rules
Cheating is lame, but this is lamer.
Facebook Wishes You Were More Comfortable Sharing All Of Your Feelings
Ugh, Facebook, go away.
First, There Was Lulu: What Peeple Has Yet To Learn About The Business Of Reviewing Human Beings
As we were all losing our minds over the yet-to-be-released Peeple app, the makers of Lulu had to be feeling at least a little bit of déjà vu. After all, the business…
Emma Stone Deleted Every Email She’s Ever Received, And I Totally Get Why
An overreaction? In a recent interview with WSJ Magazine, Emma Stone says she one-click-deleted her entire inbox.
6 Things I Learned From Deleting All Of My Facebook Activity One By One
Over the last five months, I’ve been going the Nick Briz Facebook escape route and, instead of “deleting” my profile with the possibility of coming back to it later, I’ve…
The Hacked Sony E-Mails Are A Distraction From The Larger Issues, And It’s Wrong To Use E-Mails Stolen From Anyone, Ever
I don’t take George Clooney that seriously, most of the time, but his interview with Deadline spoke to a lot of things I’ve been reflecting on about my job lately.
Life After Dating: Writing While Coupled
Over the weekend, my boyfriend Michael visited his mom and his sister, who was home from school for the weekend, out in the burbs. He told them he was going…
True Story: My Crash Course In Porn And Empowerment
It’s easy to say that pornography is empowering for women, or that it degrades them. Oversimplifying, certainly, but easy.
The truth is it’s much more complicated than that.