Tamara Mowery recently had a baby. Tia Mowery, her twin sister, decided to taste her breast milk. Now, I suspect there are going to be a lot of “ewwww, grossssss” responses to this video, because we’re talking about tit juice produced by one sister and consumed by another, but I happen to think having the opportunity to taste breast milk is something a person can’t and shouldn’t pass up. I tasted my friend’s breast milk and I have to disagree with Tia’s assessment that it tastes like “a chai latte without the chai.” That is far too distinct a flavor. Breast milk tastes much closer to almond milk. “Sweet and watery,” as my friend described. Yum!
Forget about the starlets, celebutantes and daughters of famous people you’ve seen in flagrante delicto before: nebbishy pin-up Ira Glass from “This American Life” on NPR has his own sex tape that any tote-bag carrying public radio listener will love. Sure, it’s a spoof and it’s about as sexy as a pledge drive. But, hey, at least it wasn’t a sex tape with Click and Clack, the Tappet brothers. (Shudder.) [YouTube via BuzzFeed]
You’re probably expecting an avowed feminist like myself to put a diet soda commercial marketed to men with guns, ATVs and snake attacks on blast. It’s true, Dr. Pepper Ten’s new ad declaring “It’s not for women” is dripping with machismo like beads of sweat pour off a gator hunter in the Florida sun. But the commercial is a lot more sexist towards men than it is towards women. Yes, men are victims of sexism, too. Can Madison Avenue really not sell a 10-calorie soft drink to men without sweeping gender generalizations?
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What is there to say about “Dedication To My Ex,” the catchy pop song by Lloyd all about his ex’s vagina? I mean, really, what should I say? I’ve been sitting here typing and deleting and typing again and … I just don’t know what to say. “Dedication To My Ex” is a super-catchy pop song that could have been written and performed by Hanson, if only the lyrics were not all about an unnamed ex and how her “p**sy done changed.” Keep reading »
Last week, when we oohed and ahhed over the awesomeness that is Beyonce’s video for “Countdown,” we noted all the many pop culture references she paid homage to: Audrey Hepburn in “Funny Face”! Jennifer Beals in “Flashdance”! Bob Fosse! Dreamgirls! Mary Quant! Well, we failed to mention Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, a Belgian choreographer, from whom Beyonce seems to have borrowed a number of the moves and scenes seen in “Countdown.” Check out this video and judge for yourself. (I still think “Countdown” is dope and now I have a new favorite Belgian choreographer!) [Buzzfeed]