BY Katie Oldaker in Feminizzle on May 03, 2010 |
According to an article in the Sydney Morning Herald: “During the trial the jury sent a note to the judge asking for more information about 'how exactly [the accused] took off her jeans’. 'I doubt those kind of jeans can be removed without any sort of collaboration,’ the note read.” That is, apparently, all it took for the jury to acquit. Even after testimony from the victim stating that she had no trouble getting her jeans off herself, the ... Read More
BY Jamie Doak in Feminizzle on Apr 30, 2010 |
Okay, we probably shouldn't be derogatory towards any genitalia regardless of its gender.....however....OMG, have y'all read Savage Love today? (For those who may not have discovered Savage Love yet, it is the best and most hilarious sex advice column of all time. Start reading it immediately.) Anyway, for all those who call people "pussies" like it's a bad thing, behold the genius of Dan Savage.
Letter to Dan Savage: "Wah wah wah my ... Read More
BY Lisa in General on Apr 30, 2010 |
Our writer Alyssa Pinsker got the goods from author Anna Fields about what a rebel deb is, and what it means to be one.
“Put simply, like my Momma always says...Every one of us starts off a debutante, then becomes a rebel, but when we finally grow into our own...we’re a little bit of both.” So writes Anna Fields in her new debut memoir, Confessions of a Rebel Debutante (Penguin Group), which will make every girl who didn’t fit in, acted ... Read More
BY Emily Rems in Music Stuff on Apr 30, 2010 |
Legendary poet rocker Patti Smith was the featured guest at last night’s installment of the Live from the New York Public Library series in Manhattan, and the evening was nothing short of magical. There to promote her new memoir, Just Kids, Smith had a spirited chat with moderator Paul Holdengräber, performed three gorgeous acoustic numbers, and even stuck around afterward to sign books and chat with the sold-out crowd.
During the interview portion, ... Read More
BY Elissa Stein in Eat Me on Apr 30, 2010 |
My local coffee shop in NYC has been promoting a new product called Fat Pig. The concept and packaging almost feel like a design student’s portfolio project, edgier than you’d expect to actually see produced in real life. Each think square brick is wrapped in hot pink foil, on top of that, a hot pink wrapper imprinted with a pig’s snout. So, should you want to be cute/funny/silly/entertaining/flirty, you hold the bar up to your face and boom: ... Read More