Leslie Jones has become the target of hackers, who went on her website to share racist memes, her driver’s license and passport information, and private naked photographs. It’s a bewildering and terrible outcome to a saga that all started with... well, wait. Where did it start again?
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With hundreds of thousands of Syrian men killed in warfare, and an uncertain number fleeing conscription and economic hardship, Syrian women are maintaining cultural traditions in the ways that they still can.
A new report from The Daily Mail—so, yes, taken with a grain of salt—claims that Vanity Fair suddenly killed a story on billionaire property developer Mohamed Hadid, father of Gigi, Bella, Anwar, and one of the biggest, ugliest half-built mansions Bel Air has ever seen.
In a series of comments reportedly posted by Adam “Calvin Harris” Wiles Thursday night on Instagram, the former boyfriend of Taylor Swift took part in an impromptu Q&A with fans during in which he gave surprisingly candid responses to questions about his recent breakup.
On Monday, London mayor Sadiq Khan announced that body-shaming advertisements would be banned from the city’s tubes and buses. Khan’s decision is a follow-up of a promise he made while campaigning. The campaign promise was in response to the controversy and subsequent debate surrounding an advertisement for a weight…
In what was either a very successful marketing tactic, or a very ironic twist for a song whose lyrics include “I can’t help loving myself,” Meghan Trainor’s video for “Me Too” has been released following her claims that the original video had her body not looking quite right.
Minnie Driver, best known for her performance as “Them Apples” in 1997's Good Will Hunting, has been sued by her neighbor, 74-year-old Daniel Perelmutter, for emptying out baby food jars, filling them with black paint, and throwing them at Perelmutter’s house. If you need to take a moment and reread that first…
On Monday, Meghan Trainor—who made her name with the song “All About That Bass,” which purports to celebrate a curvy form—released the music video for her latest single, “Me Too,” only to quickly remove it. The reason she gave? “They photoshopped the crap out of me,” she told her fans on Snapchat.
Would you like a morbid and horrible story to start the day? Here, have this one about a North Carolina mother who, weeks before she and her boyfriend were arrested on murder and child abuse charges in the death of 2-year-old Macy Grace, commissioned a set of photoshopped photos of her and her ethereal daughter in a…
In the midst of taking a year off to work on “personal development” and dedicate herself to feminism, Emma Watson spoke to Esquire U.K. for their “Women & Men” issue, discussing topics like equal pay, Photoshopped magazine covers, and clueless male feminists.
Ronda Rousey has publicly apologized for posting an Instagram photo of herself that was Photoshopped, claiming she wasn’t aware the image was altered.
A new Snickers ad is being praised for featuring a model in a bikini who has been so badly retouched she looks deformed. The catch? She’s on the back of Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Edition, one of many magazines capable of doing sometimes bizarre things to images under the pretense of making mostly women “look…
Welcome to Midweek Madness, where we try to write about the tabloids but get distracted by Kanye West tweets and Wikipedia updates that claim Wiz Khalifa is dead. This week, Katie and Jamie are 100% happening, Matthew Perry is 100% on drugs, and Miranda Lambert is 100% getting revenge on Blake Shelton.
In 2015, there was beef. Boy, was there ever beef. Let’s take a look at the year in public, prolonged, funny and existentially ponderous disagreement, and resolve to be a little more chill in 2016.
Jennifer Lawrence, patron saint of the awkward overshare, recently provided some extremely vital information on Bradley Cooper’s posterior. During a recent interview with KISS FM, Lawrence told the radio station that Cooper “sweats from his butt first,” an important secret that she discovered during their dance…
It’s strange to edit a feminist website when almost nothing offends you, because the feminist website is traditionally imagined to run on offense.
Let’s take a look at the people who really defined the year.
Miranda Kerr’s nude cover of Harper’s Bazaar Australia was recently pulled from supermarkets in Australia and deemed “inappropriate.”
Recently, five Japanese women sued the government for the right to keep their last names when they marry. The case was adjudicated in Japan’s supreme court, as two courts had already ruled against the women, and 52 percent of the population is reportedly against “the right to choose.” On Wednesday, Japan’s supreme…