Two Hollywood broskis are gonna tuuuhtally flip the gender script by adapting Lord of the Flies, a stony classic novel, for the big screen—but instead of populating it with boys, who are known for their “aggression,” they’re going to have it be all about GIRLS, who are known for... NOT their aggression! TASTY WAVES!…
Bromance. Guy liner. Manscaping. The last thing the world needs is another male ego-friendly term to describe a word or phrase that already exists and yet, here’s a new one courtesy of the Wall Street Journal: Brosectomy parties, i.e. an occasion for men to gather and get vasectomies with their buds. Bonding!
Citizens, let me remind you that even your own Judge Brown is not immune to her civic duties. I spent the morning at jury duty unable to try these important shade cases until later than usual. But I have returned and am back to slowly cranking this equally important wheel of justice.
Would you like to watch two middle-aged men—one, a limp, anthropomorphic scarf; the other, a tin-haired gargoyle —jerk each other off in front of a camera for precisely one minute? Well!
These ads for Sprite seem to be trying to make a comment on sexual promiscuity, for some reason. This doesn’t seem like the purview of lemony fizzling sugar water, but I don’t know Sprite’s life.
In an astoundingly tone deaf case of choosing bros before...common decency, Disney CEO Bob Iger has spoken out in something resembling support of Johnny Depp because the star has made the company so much dang money by playing Captain Jack Sparrow.
On Thursday, Stephen Marche gave his woman editor at The Guardian a real lesson on what does and what doesn’t constitute classic bro locker room talk.
Scott Eastwood is a boring, handsome, 29-year-old who is famous for being the son of Clint Eastwood. Brody Jenner is a boring, handsome, 32-year-old who is famous for being the son of Caitlyn Jenner. I was unaware of their friendship until last night, when Eastwood posted this photo on Instagram:
In an age of billionaire nerds with chips on their slumped shoulders, bros are often caricatured as beefy dipshits or smeared as preening, bullying date rapists. Well, put a big fat tally in the W column, for bros of America have scored a resounding victory: Paul Ryan, bro king, has been elected Speaker of the US…
Saturday Night Live’s Sasheer Zamata was recently named an ACLU ambassador and she’s using her new position to “shine a spotlight on gender and privilege,” she wrote on the organization’s blog. And she’s, of course, doing it with some pretty spot-on humor.
We bout to throw them bows. We bout to swang them thangs. We bout to throw them bows. We bout to swang them thangs. It’s bout to be a what? DUDEFIGHT!
Essence magazine is for black women and so is the Essence Music Festival, but the latter attracts both men and women. For years, I’ve wondered what dudes were doing at an event hosting speakers and performers like Iyanla Vanzant, Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Kandi Burruss and Mary J. Blige.
Three months after packing up my life and moving to the Peruvian city of Cusco, my childhood friend Pete came to visit. We were in the mood for a serious jungle adventure and had loaded up on typhoid vaccinations and malaria pills. We were ready for the Amazon.
Today, somebody sent an angel to our inbox: a once-infamous pick up artistry manual that made the rounds in one very special-sounding Connecticut high school several years back. But could teens in a Connecticut high school possibly know about sex? you might be asking yourself. The answer, both now and throughout the…
Wanna know why men are athletically superior to women? Pea-brained castmember Zach Nichols had a totally logical explanation on Tuesday night's episode of MTV's The Challenge. Finally, someone can settle this.
Oh wow, don't want to mess with these tough guys.
Female former Goldman Sachs employees that sued the behemoth financial institution in 2010 are now seeking class action status, claiming that Goldman treats its female employees like second-class citizens as a matter of course. Color me shocked.
I'm willing to bet that one of the strongest associations Americans have with the collegiate experience is with alcohol.
A drunk driver was busted on Sunday while wearing a T-shirt proudly proclaiming he was "DRUNK AS SHIT."
Like "hipster" and "douchebag," the word "bro" has been applied to such a vast swath of American culture that it seems no one is really sure what it means anymore. Turns out, much of that confusion can be attributed to the fact that a bro is different depending on where in the Bronited States of Bromerica you're…