In 1990, Julie Farman was an associate director of media and artist relations for the Epic Record’s West Coast division. Everyone was trying to sign the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Women ripping their semi-famous, misogynist dads is what the internet was made for.
If you saw Taylor Swift perform in Melbourne, Australia late last year during her 1989 tour, you might have seen a bearded, 35-year-old white man tripping balls in the audience. But that man wasn’t someone’s overly-chill dad or older brother, he was Joshua Tillman—better known as Father John Misty.
On March 30, Dale Lyons, frontman of the Fredericton, New Brunswick metal band Siegebreaker, took to the band’s Facebook page to express his grievances with “modern feminism.” In the post—now deleted—he delicately refers to it as “The Cancer of Mankind.” As a result of these comments and the fury they ignited, the…
Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are here to remind you that no, you cannot defeat a fellow candidate for the presidential bid by sticking to political relevancy. These days, you win the general election by being a probable racist, probable sexist whose rhetoric I would kindly describe as “babble-vomit,” or a guy whose most…
On Monday, number one ranked tennis player Novak Djokovic joined the incomprehensible band of tennis-adjacent figures confidently saying some weird things about women’s tennis.
When Kim Kardashian posted a (censored) nude selfie two days ago, a host of concern-trolling celebrities felt the need to comment, resulting in some A-plus shade and a thoughtful essay from Kim in response. On Wednesday, Amber Rose also jumped in to her defense—specifically regarding a pointed rant from singer…
Elizabeth Mae Davidson, an Iowa field organizer for the Trump campaign who was fired this month, filed a discrimination complaint against the campaign on Thursday. Well, I’ll be!
An article posted today by poll-humping politics site The Hill raised a totally new and interesting question about the Clinton campaign.
“Women find it very difficult at times to find music,” a totally credulous Jimmy Iovine said Thursday on CBS This Morning, while seated next to Mary J. Blige, a woman who has a decades-long body of work about being self-sufficient in life, love and—yes—music.
In an essay published Wednesday, The Hollywood Reporter president and chief creative officer Janice Min wrote that THR would be getting rid of its annual Women in Entertainment Power 100 list. “THR’s Power 100 list, by its nature, pits the town’s most impressive females against one another,” she wrote. “We…
Last week, Weezer released a new single, “Thank God for Girls,” the most recent iteration of leader Rivers Cuomo’s presentation of himself as a self-deprecating man-child.
Losing presidential candidate and Ohio Gov. John Kasich is an asshole, and he’s worked tirelessly to build that reputation from the ground up.
Today in tragic news: another man has been hoodwinked by his malicious wife into participating in what some might call Adult Domestic Life.
Would you let your daughter wear leggings out? I wouldn’t, but that’s because I don’t let my daughter leave her coat closet.
A Christian website that advises couples how to live according to the Bible’s gender roles has some cool and not at all misogynist advice for all you fellows out there. If your wife is bumming you out by reluctantly submitting to sex, just don’t look at her face!
Xie Zuoshi, an economics professor at Zhejing University of Finance and Economics, recently garnered international attention for his proposal that China allow polyandry to satisfy the country’s significant surplus of bachelors.
Fred Berry, 69, is the president of the Columbia Pachyderm Club, a Republican group based in Missouri. He is also, apparently, a very confident misogynist.
This week, TI appeared on DJ Whoo Kid’s radio show to discuss important political topics—or shall I say, TI holographed in from 1954 to drop his extremely idiotic opinions about how a woman shouldn’t be president because we make rash decisions and could nuke something.
An Idaho high school went into temporary lockdown Wednesday after a 15-year-old boy reportedly threatened online to bring a gun to school and “kill all the girls” for refusing to send him nude photos. The student has since been arrested and is being charged with telephone harassment and threatening violence at a…