While white dicks have been growing in abundance on film and television, clearly having a moment, you may have noticed the deficit of black penises and sexuality being shown in such mainstream spaces. This trend is tightly explored in a new piece in The New York Times Magazine.
Ryan Seacrest will serve as executive producer on Squad Goals, a multi-camera hybrid sitcom for 20-somethings currently in development at CBS, because the world has apparently run out of stories to tell.
Showing solidarity with ‘90s kids everywhere, D.C. Circuit Judge Janice Rogers Brown referenced a Friends episode during her majority opinion on the case of U.S. v. Emor., which centered on civil asset forfeiture laws following the government-seized goods that Charles Emor—the founder of a special-needs school—stole…
There's a lot going on in China, so it may come as a surprise that when the country's two highest governing boards met in Beijing last week, the hottest topic of discussion wasn't the recent terrorist attack that left 33 dead or the country's economy; it was a South Korean soap opera that's been sweeping the nation…
Irene and Alice have been friends for 94 years. NINETY. FOUR. (That should help you put that weird Facebook friendship with your boss' ex-wife in perspective, yeah?) Via The Steve Harvey Show, the pair sat down to discuss everything in pop culture, from the trials and tribulations of Justin Bieber to "selfies" and a…
Still think Robin Thicke's rapey song "Blurred Lines" was the Song of 2013? Mmmm...might want to check out this insane supercut from our friends at Stereogum.
Did you hear? Thanks to Scandal and new novel "The First Affair," having sex with the president is totally having a moment right now. Fine, have your moment, Sex with the President — but if we're really going ahead with this trend in pop culture, I think we better fully commit to it.
Pink's new single "Just Give Me a Reason" is catchy, and the video is a kinda dreamy like a "So You Think You Can Dance" contemporary dance routine. Featuring tattoos from her husband Carey Hart, and vocals from Nate Ruess of the band fun, it might make you cry. Or lull you to sleep. You be the judge!
The "woman child" is having a real moment. She's an increasingly prominent and powerful breed of pop-culture female who seems to be aging backwards. She's a counterpart to the "man-child" stars of Judd Apatow movies; she would rather rally girlfriends to see The Hunger Games than the more peer-group-appropriate What…
If you've been under a rock for the last couple of days, I am here to inform you that we can all calm down now because Jennifer Aniston has finally gotten engaged. If you haven't been under a rock, you have been inundated with hideously titled articles that make me want to cringe. CNN did a photo spread called …
Has anyone noticed that "vagina," the trisyllabic word for a vagina, has been popping up everywhere recently? You can hardly turn on the TV or go to the movies without running into like a hundred "vaginas," a fact that is sometimes praised as evidence of gender equality, and other times derided as yet another crass,…
What goes around comes around. The universe is made of cycles. Lately pop music has been dominated by women — female solo artists like Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Beyoncé, Nicki Minaj, Taylor Swift and Adele. But after a few years — a short hiatus — boy bands are back.
Disney weddings are so passé. The hot new nuptials are Avatar-themed.
Though it's easy to poke fun at the obsessive nature of Twilight fans, Christine Spines of the LA Times notes that for some Twihards, an addiction to sparkly vampires is actually destroying their lives.
Think celebrity baby names are weird? The Pillsbury Doughboy has a wife named Poppie Fresh and two kids named Popper and Bun Bun, and Mr. Clean's real first name is "Veritably." [CNN]
When I was ten years old, I signed up for a musical theater course that was being held at a traditional summer camp. We sang, danced, and took sing-a-longs of "Boom-Chicka-Boom" very seriously. Everyone at camp thought we were dorks.
Beyoncé's new video for "Why Don't You Love Me" debuted last week, with a nod to 1950s homemaker style — and interesting commentary on ideas of womanhood, past and present.
1. Thou shalt not see a sexist, misogynistic ad, say "that sucks" and leave it at that.