An epic tale of three women who happened to witness a stranger attempt to drug another stranger begins with, “GUESS WHO STOPPED A RAPE LAST NIGHT?! THESE GALS!”
Staten Island, known to most in the tri-state area as a mecca of subtlety and restraint, has in its borders a liquor depository/social gathering place called The Phunky Elephant, a bar that, until recently, boasted on its menu something called a "Roofie Colada." Some patrons, it turns out, were not pleased with their…
A conservative think tank has embarked upon a quest to convince us all that women worry way too much about getting drugged and raped. This is an interesting hill to die on.
Most of us ignore those skeevy ads in the back of magazines that promise readers mass amounts of weight loss, ecstatic sex, and bountiful heads of hair in exchange for a few bucks plus shipping and handling. But at least one ad deserves our full attention.
Just in time for Valentine's Day: a big fleece pillow that you can customize with the name of a date rape drug. Is the uncanny valley stock photo model included, or does that cost extra? Also, how much does it cost to ship a pillow to Chicago from the video for Black Hole Sun?
Twelve young women were hospitalized this weekend after apparently being drugged with roofies at a party. Police have arrested one man — but the victims may be punished too.
• Last Friday afternoon, a woman taking an adult education class at the Met lost her balance and fell onto a Picasso painting. "The Actor," a painting from Picasso's Roe Period, suffered a six-inch tear in its lower right-hand corner.
The UK-based cosmetics company 2LoveMy has launched a new lip gloss that doubles as a date-rape drug detection kit.
An observant reader recently directed us to Sexactivator, a deeply disturbing product advertised in the back pages of September's Men's Fitness magazine. According to the ad, "This magical wonder liquid can be taken orally, or put in any drink." Also, "some women say that they love when their man puts a few drops in…