BY Jules Abraham in Eat Me on Mar 19, 2010 |
The Annual Drunky Brewster Show is here again! Starring our own Calisha Jenkins (Callie Watts) and Fabrezia Denkins. Catch them this Saturday @ Legion ... Read More
BY Jamie Doak in Eat Me on Mar 13, 2010 |
Texas loves its women. Most of the time. Seriously, we have a pretty badass history in general (remember the Alamo?) but even more specifically we have a pretty badass history when it comes to women. We had Miriam A. Ferguson in office as our governor for a decade starting in 1925 (just six years after women's suffrage) and Minnie Lou Bradley running her own ranch in the 1950's. We also proudly claim the legendary Governor Ann Richards and the ... Read More
BY mikki in Eat Me on Mar 10, 2010 |
By now you've probably read all about how now-former Member of Congress Eric Massa resigned because a male staffer complained of a hostile workplace.
Here's Massa's quote on the incident.
"One of them looked at me and as they would do after, I don't know, 15 gin and tonics, and goodness only knows how many bottles of champagne, a staff member made an intonation to me that maybe I should be chasing after the bridesmaid and his points were clear and his words were ... Read More
BY mikki in Eat Me on Mar 09, 2010 |
Yesterday my friends and I were joking on Facebook (shut up) about Terry Gross's Fresh Air interview with Melissa Febos, author of Whip Smart: Memoirs of a Dominatrix. Terry Gross is pretty famous for being a great interviewer but she was way out of her depth. She just seemed unable to believe that "normal" people work in sex dungeons or patronize them. While talking to the author, Terry veered back and forth between "How did a nice girl like you end up doing ... Read More
BY mikki in Eat Me on Mar 04, 2010 |
In today's New York Times, Kim Elsesser makes the case that the Academy Awards should get over their damn selves and blend all of the acting categories so there is no longer a "Best Actress" and a "Best Actor." It's not a new idea--feminists have been suggesting it for decades. But my feeling is: Who cares?
I just can't get worked up about this issue when I think about the fact that there have only been thirty-five women in the Senate. Ever. Where's the NYT ... Read More