Remember when British TV show Loose Women asked viewers if rape could be the victim’s fault? Following some speculation that the show could be in deep shit with regulators, it’s been announced that the show won’t be investigated, after all.
Loose Women, a British talk show similar to The View, recently asked their audience a question: “Is it ever a woman’s fault if she is raped?” Now, the show and its parent channel ITV are being investigated by the U.K. broadcasting regulator agency.
A new collection of 16 vintage sex-ed films is vague, creepy, misleading, and three-car pile-up fascinating!
There are about a jillion euphemisms for a "loose woman." While some of us prefer the ubiquitous "slut," GiggleSugar has compiled a list of old time-y equivalents, including "Jezebel," and you can vote on your favorite one. [GiggleSugar]
Attention, everyone: 20th century Barnard students were loose women. Well, not really, but that seems to be the underlying message of this 1920s article about a controversial "purity survey" in a Columbia University humor magazine. Here were some of the survey's findings: 50% of the women indulged in necking, 34%…