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He Said, She Said: The Mythical History of the False Rape Allegation

An odd place where men’s rights activists and feminists meet is at the idea that false rape allegations ruin lives. The first side is infuriated that with a single accusation, someone (usually female) can destroy the reputation and future of someone else (usually male). The second side argues that false allegations… » 7/30/15 10:50am Thursday 10:50am

Camille Paglia: Bill Cosby Is a Necrophiliac, Monica Lewinsky a Ghoul

Camille Paglia is doing a long, three-part interview with Salon to celebrate the triumphantly annoying return of the ‘90s in the form of Bill Cosby, Bush vs. Clinton, political correctness, and, of course, Camille Paglia. The first part of that interview is up now, and wonderful, because no one can nail the… » 7/28/15 1:45pm Tuesday 1:45pm

Old Cosby Show Episode About ‘Secret Sauce’ Is Creepy Now

After the revelation of Bill Cosby’s horrifying sexual assault history and details surfacing of the 2005 deposition wherein the 78-year-old comedian admitted to obtaining quaaludes to give to women that he wanted to have sex with, his well-loved family sitcom, The Cosby Show, is now looked back at in a different way.… » 7/19/15 4:45pm 7/19/15 4:45pm

Pres. Obama: There Is No Way To Revoke Bill Cosby's Medal of Freedom

At a press conference on July 15, President Barack Obama was asked about his opinion regarding whether Bill Cosby’s Presidential Medal of Freedom should be revoked following his admission that he drugged and sexually assaulted dozens of women. In his response, Obama managed to get his opinion across without explicitly… » 7/15/15 5:30pm 7/15/15 5:30pm

Senators Call For Revocation of Honorable Medal Awarded to Bill Cosby 

In 2002, President George W. Bush awarded Bill Cosby with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian honor. Now, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand wants him to give it back. The New York Democrat is supporting a petition launched by nonprofit group PAVE: Promoting Awareness/Victim Empowerment. The… » 7/12/15 10:20pm 7/12/15 10:20pm

Bill Cosby's Wife: Women Consented to Drugs and Sex 

The New York Post reports that, during a meeting on Tuesday night, Bill Cosby’s wife Camille told a group of close professional advisors that she believes her husband’s accusers consented to both drugs and sex. Camille Cosby’s words come on the heels of an Associated Press report of a 2005 deposition in which Bill… » 7/12/15 11:15am 7/12/15 11:15am

Bill Cosby Without Representation, Dropped By CAA

Since details surfaced from a 2005 deposition where Bill Cosby admitted to drugging women that he wanted to have sex with, previous supporters like Jill Scott have retracted their defense of the 77-year-old comedian, while television networks have removed his namesake sitcom from their programming. Now it appears that… » 7/08/15 9:35pm 7/08/15 9:35pm

For Bill Cosby's Accusers, His 2005 Testimony Feels Like Vindication

Although a few die-hard defenders like Whoopi Goldberg still refuse to believe that Bill Cosby is a serial rapist—even after the man himself confirmed in his 2005 testimony that he drugged women to sleep with them—his alleged victims are finding relief and justice in the court of public opinion. » 7/08/15 10:10am 7/08/15 10:10am