Just weeks after Jennifer Aniston used the publication to condemn tabloid news, Renée Zellweger, Bridget Jones herself, published her own piece in the Huffington Post Friday in which she chastised the same media outlets for their comments about her face and ongoing mistreatment of celebrities—women, specifically.
On an episode of Access Hollywood Live, Dame Dash explained how he felt about his ex-wife Rachel Roy getting stung by a million Beyoncé fans after appearing to out herself as Jay Z’s ex-lover.
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.
Two weekends ago, after Beyoncé released a mythologically forceful visual album that attached the most significant art of her career to the narrative of her husband Jay Z cheating on her with a woman she called “Becky with the good hair,” the fashion designer Rachel Roy—presumably operating of her own…
After posting the controversial video titled, “Dear Fat People,” Nicole Arbour not only received backlash from other comedians and YouTube personalities, as well as celebrities such as Chrissy Teigen, but it also cost the comedian a job. Arbour, who had previously worked with the Toronto Argonauts Cheerleaders, was…
It’s about 18 minutes into The Gift and I am screaming “Oh shit,” so loudly that the entire theater is laughing and the woman next to me tries to put her hand on my knee to comfort me. It’s the second time this has happened; it’s not the last. But while the jump scares in this Jason Bateman vehicle are plentiful, it’s…
Nelson Muntz. Nellie Oleson. The blond dude from Karate Kid. Is this a list of bullies...or a list of mega hot babes?
In Wednesday's episode of Dr. Phil, the "older, less attractive" and "bald" host subjects himself to Salty Teen opinions of himself in an attempt to get said group of Salty Teens, skilled in the art of social bullying, to lay down their swords. Instead, the intervention kind of goes off the rails.
Imagine the following: You're a girl who's been bullied for three years by a boy and his friends. You starve yourself because they call you fat and ugly. As an adult, you've transformed into a fairly attractive person and run into the bully, who then asks you out. What would you do? Louisa Manning went for revenge.
After Piers Morgan's show was cancelled in February, America got a bit of a respite from his particular brand of insufferableness. But thanks to the magic of the internet and a woman named Monica Lewinsky, Piers is back, writing for the Daily Mail Online about the internet hate Monica has received, the internet hate…
Monica Lewinsky had a big Monday morning: she joined Twitter and she gave her first public speech at the Forbes 30 Under 30 Summit about her new passion project, battling online bullying.
In August, the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge (remember that?) took a very dark turn when a video was posted of a teenager with autism tricked into being drenched with a bucket full of feces, cigarette butts, and water. Now five teens have been charged in connection to the incident.
Police in Ohio are investigating after a group of high school students used the Ice Bucket Challenge to trick a teenager with autism into having a bucket of feces and other body fluids dumped on his head.
A few days after Robin Williams' daughter Zelda Williams was cruelly bullied off of social media in the wake of her father's death, Twitter announced it will make changes to prevent similar incidents in the future.
The parents of a teenage boy who committed suicide after being targeted by bullies filed a lawsuit against district where he attended school, alleging officials knew their son was being targeted but did nothing to protect him.
Tennessee joins Oklahoma in passing a new piece of legislation which will basically allow the bullying of students by other students based on religious grounds. Texas, yeehaw, already has such a law.
On April 16th, 19-year-old University of Wisconsin-River Falls student Alyssa Funke committed suicide. In the weeks prior, she'd suffered an avalanche of threats and bullying from former high school classmates. But police are eager to blame pornography — and not online harassment — for her suicide.
A pair of Indiana teens are facing felony charges after a video was posted on Snapchat which showed them physically abusing a freshman in a high school locker room.
A California mayor is dealing with the fallout after he said bullied kids should "grow a pair."
Results are in from the first large scale study of the experiences of LGBT youth in Japanese schools, and unsurprisingly, those experiences suck.