A bill passed by the Georgia legislature that would allow “discrimination against LGBT people and others by citing religious beliefs” is currently sitting on the desk of the state’s governor, Nathan Deal. But if he signs it, nearly all of Hollywood’s biggest studios—including Disney, Marvel, and Viacom—plan on…
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In a world with dozens of boring movies about tortured male fighters and their inspirational coaches, two women have arrived with a (mildly NSFW) music video to save us all.
This September, Peaches will release Rub, her first album since 2009’s I Feel Cream. For every track on the record, she’s also putting out a music video and—most intriguing of all—many of these videos were made on woman-only sets. The artist recently discussed the project with Rebecca Nicholson at The Guardian,…
The feminist musician and artist Peaches has just released a book entitled What Else Is In the Teaches of Peaches (Akashic), a collection of photographs chronicling her concerts and performances over the course of several years. What follows is Yoko Ono’s essay from the book, critiquing Peaches’ performance of Ono’s…
Just in time for China's Qixi Festival, a celebration of love and romance also known as Chinese Valentine's Day, a savvy Chinese businessman has found a clever way to market and upcharge everyone's sexy fruit: put a thong on it.
Attention Costco, Trader Joe's, Kroger and Walmart shoppers: Your fruit might be tainted.
Peaches performs during the Sundance London Film And Music Festival 2013 at Indigo2 at O2 Arena on April 26, 2013 in London, England. (Photo by Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images for Sundance London)
Today in Tweet Beat, Chris Brown probably isn't wearing a shirt today due to the giant chip on his shoulder. Plus, Jimmy Kimmel talks about Sheen kiss.
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