Sorority Girls Arrested For Hazing • Advertisement Takes Aim At Duggar FamilyS

• Six students from Rutgers have been arrested for violently paddling pledges and depriving them of food, all in the name of sisterhood. The women of Sigma Gamma Rho allegedly told the pledges that the beatings would "humble" them. •

• The always amusing Daily Fail reports that more women are being arrested for violent crimes than ever before. The "deeply disturbing" statistic is offset by a ridiculous picture of what we guess is a "violent woman" brandishing a knife. Keep it classy! • CBS executives say they're considering airing a commercial for a gay dating site during the Super Bowl. The website is called ManCruch, and the ad in question shows two guys watching a game when they make eye contact and suddenly begin making out. The ad is reportedly "still under review," but most believe it will not air this year. • Oh god. In many of Canada's teaching hospitals, students routinely perform pelvic exams on women who are still under anesthesia, without previously seeking their consent. While the US requires written consent to perform this type of procedure, Canada's hospitals consider the consent "implicit." • We've been following the sad saga of women's ski jumping, however, one argument against allowing ladies to compete in the Olympics that we hadn't heard before is this: It might damage their ovaries. Yes, apparently someone over at the IOC was worried that the female athletes might become infertile, and thus should be bared from the games. • Not satisfied with mocking plus-sized people or objectifying women, PETA has started in on the Duggars. Their new billboard reads "Doggies multiply faster than Duggars." PETA's official blog says they have no problem with the Duggars, and obviously, it was just a joke. • The message behind this outrageously sexist ad for the Austrian army: Chicks dig tanks! • When asked how politicians can avoid scandals like his, former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer replied, "When you know something's stupid, don't do it." Easier said than done, apparently. • One fifth of mothers surveyed in the UK admitted that they had been late picking their kids up from school because they were having an affair. The survey, which focused solely on late moms, also found that most had been late to grab their kids due to work commitments - or a really riveting television program. • A Seattle-area couple had their baby put into foster care because she only gained 1 pound in her first two months. Court papers say her mother was depressed, suicidal, and homicidal after the delivery and didn't adequately feed the baby. After the baby started gaining weight in foster care, the parents complained to the authorities she was getting "fat." •