For the hordes of people who get their news from Facebook, today brought a particularly hairy situation with it. And by that we mean pubic hair.
Despite an ideology of shared bigotries among what he and his acolytes call “the alt-right,” a recent spate of profiles and reports about National Policy Institute president Richard Spencer are positively devoted to elaborate descriptions of his sophisticated tastes and expensive clothes. In the last few weeks, a…
Good Girls Revolt was unceremoniously cancelled on Amazon last week. Though the series may live again on another streaming service somewhere, resentment over the situation has grown into a back-and-forth between producers and Amazon execs that would honestly make a good plot point on the show.
Perhaps you’ll recall that Cara Delevingne, a rare true supermodel in a declining landscape of “supermodels,” technically quit modeling last year so she could focus on starring in excellent films such as Suicide Squad, Paper Towns, and Pan. Her “retirement” led to a slew of devastated-sounding eulogies for her career…
Madame Tussauds London has decked out their collection of alarming Windsor waxworks in Christmas sweaters, rendering the group somehow even more alarming.
Much writing has been dedicated to the problems with how rape is used to motivate characters in our favorite television shows, particularly Game of Sex and Violence. Generally, women get raped and men get motivated to grow as characters because of that rape.
On Wednesday, Time announced its 90th Person of the Year—the individual who, in the magazine’s editorial staff’s view, had the “greatest influence, for better or for worse, on the events of the year.” Unsurprisingly, the winner of the title was Donald Trump.
A new lawsuit filed on behalf of a Stanford University graduate student accuses the university of ignoring multiple sexual assault allegations against one male student between 2011 and 2014. The lawsuit describes him as a “known sexual predator on campus.”
Jesus tap dancing Christ, the battle over Sofia Vergara’s frozen embryos (apparently named Emma and Isabella) will never end, and—after an absence from the celebrity news headlines—has gotten darker than I ever thought it would become. A new “right-to-live” lawsuit on behalf of her fertilized (by ex-husband Nick Loeb)…
Over the weekend, a fire broke out in an Oakland warehouse and arts collective known as Ghost Ship, killing 36 people. On Tuesday, government officials reported that the source of the fire may have been a refrigerator.
There’s a good reason we haven’t heard much about the Trump transition team’s inner workings –every member of the team responsible for preparing the ochre-colored Richie Rich cosplayer that is also our President-elect have all signed a very intense NDA.
Michael G. Flynn is the son of Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn, Donald Trump’s pick for national security adviser. Flynn the younger was his father’s chief of staff and top adviser until very recently, when he found himself out of a job for spreading fake news on Twitter about the conspiracy theory surrounding pizzeria…
On Monday, Dallas paramedic and Republican electoral voter Chris Supurn said in an editorial in the New York Times that he would not vote for Donald Trump, but would consider casting his vote for John Kasich. That’s great for him, but apparently, that’s not what John Kasich wants.
Adding to her legal battle with her former management company, the girl with the bangs Zooey Deschanel has filed a cross-complaint that claims Sarah Jackson, a partner from Seven Summits, banged into her dressing room with two strangers –on purpose!–while she was changing her clothes.
Let me start with the good news: someone is trying to make a television series about the life of Selena Quintanilla-Perez, the Tejano superstar who died tragically at 21, when the president of her fan club, Yolanda Saldivar, shot her in the back. And now here’s the bad news: Selena’s father, Abraham Quintanilla Jr.,…
Bob Dole played an instrumental role in securing the phone call between Donald Trump and Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen last week, a privilege for which the Taiwanese government paid at least $140,000.