Former CPAC Head Lisa De Pasquale on Love, Inclusion, and Barf 

Lisa De Pasquale is a conservative writer of both fiction and punditry who, to date, was the longest-serving head of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). She organized the behemoth conference from 2006 to 2011. During her time behind the scenes, she's seen and done things that read less like a job and… » 3/03/15 3:45pm 13 minutes ago

Woman Wearing Hijab to Increase Her Own Empathy Will Try Brownface Next

BuzzFeed brings us the story of Jessey Eagan, a thoughtful Christian woman who—after "sticking out like a sore thumb" while living and teaching in Amman, Jordan for seven years—has returned to the States and put on a Lenten hijab to "remind herself of [being an outsider], so that I can better love all people, no… » 3/03/15 3:15pm 43 minutes ago

The Knot's Street Campaign Is a Cute Celebration of Terrible Marriages

Spotted today in Washington Square Park: Evidence of The Knot's New York street campaign, featuring sweet quotes meticulously presented with adorable fonts in Pantone-approved colors. Never mind that this particular piece of marketing is located where there are likely few people planning weddings—let's talk about who,… » 3/03/15 3:00pm 58 minutes ago

Listen to 'Forget,' Marina and the Diamonds' Gorgeous Return to Form

Marina and the Diamonds is best known for a glitzily yearning, high-drama brand of cinema-pop—Hollywood infected my brain; Primadonna girl, fill the void up with celluloid; etc—and the deep tumult of her vocals as well as the conceptual stylization of her general vibe can alternately serve and obscure her tremendous… » 3/03/15 2:45pm Today 2:45pm

Ohio Abortion Providers Now Required to Do Fetal Test That Doesn't Exist

States like Texas and Missouri have been loudly crowing for years about their success in making abortion harder and harder to access. But today, let's take a moment to recognize, once again, the contributions Ohio has made to the cause: a thicket of confusing, burdensome, and sometimes contradictory laws and… » 3/03/15 2:30pm Today 2:30pm

Cucumber Argues That Ryan Reynolds Is Gay for His Own Dick

On Monday night, Logo gave us a sneak peek at Cucumber and Banana, the tandem new shows from Queer as Folk creator Russell T Davis, which showcase the sexual yearnings of a middle-aged gay man (the former) and those of young gay and trans kids in Manchester (the latter). And if Cucumber was a little bit painful in… » 3/03/15 2:15pm Today 2:15pm

New Ariana Grande Track 'Adore' Has Me Doing Body Rolls At My Desk

Big-shot Norwegian producer Cashmere Cat, currently opening for Ariana Grande on her Honeymoon tour, is slowly claiming dominion over the Jezebel staff—first, he and Ty Dolla $ign/Charli XCX compelled Jia to drop her kitty, and now, with this new single featuring Grande, I have found myself arms up, sliding to and fro… » 3/03/15 1:00pm Today 1:00pm

David Petraeus Will Plead Guilty to Oversharing with His Mistress 

Former CIA director David Petraeus will plead guilty to sharing classified information with Paula Broadwell, his mistress and biographer, according to media reports and court documents. The Justice Department began investigating Petraeus in 2012, suspecting that he'd given Broadwell access to his CIA email. » 3/03/15 12:15pm Today 12:15pm

Sayyida al-Hurra, the Beloved, Avenging Islamic Pirate Queen

The phrase "Muslim woman" evokes a wide variety of images today, many of them dangerously prejudicial; one image that's not conjured up nearly often enough is that of an independent and beautiful woman who had the King of Morocco in the palm of her hand—and also controlled much of the western Mediterranean Sea with… » 3/03/15 12:00pm Today 12:00pm

Almost No One Did Anything Wrong on Looking This Week (Except Patrick)

As a consummate hater of every character on this show (except Richie, Ceci and Eddie) but a huge fan of the show itself, I am both delight and chagrined to report that almost everyone did everything right this week, giving me no reason to hate on anyone but Patrick, who managed to both sneak by with a few pastries… » 3/03/15 11:45am Today 11:45am

Watch Bachelor Contestant Britt Cry. And Cry. And Cry. And Cry.

There were a lot of fun moments during Monday night's episode of The Bachelor: The Women Tell All, which is the best episode of every season of this show (to use Bachelor-approved superlatives). "Crazy" Ashley S. made it clear that she's probably an actress pretending to be insane. Carly and Britt fought about the… » 3/03/15 11:30am Today 11:30am

Tiaras, Toe-sucking & Squidgy: How British Media Took Over the World

The British Isles have brought many innovations into the world: tea time, reality TV singing competitions, imperialism. And, of course, scandal. Between inventing and refining the art of tabloid journalism, and providing homegrown material for the papers in the form of the royal family, it's clear that the British… » 3/02/15 4:00pm Yesterday 4:00pm

Snack Smarter with NatureBox: Free Sample of Delicious Snacks

Snacking is always great, that is until the feeling of guilt sets in and, despite eating a bag of chips, you still find yourself hungry. Luckily NatureBox, the smarter snacking delivery company, has solved this problem. Get a free trial box now and leave behind the unnecessary junk food without missing out on joy and… » 2/27/15 4:46pm Friday 4:46pm