Anybody else getting Spader vibes from this guy? Get it Peggy.
She is in the middle.
James Deen to direct his feels for Evil Angel
The “chewing gum” analogy is a typical tactic employed by abstinence-only advocates to try to scare teenagers away from having sex. And while stunts like those are often delivered to coed groups, the messaging falls harder on girls: If one person is the gum, the other person chews. It’s difficult to add a rape exemption to that kind of visual. In the case that you’re abducted, does God lend you a fresh stick?
Elizabeth Smart speaks out against pro-abstinence sex education, and how it harms victims of rape.
I was on All Things Considered, talking about the role of social media in sexual assault.
Wayne McGuinty, a furniture store owner and City Council member, who is white, said he had donated to fund-raising events for both proms in past years and saw no problem with separate proms. They do not reflect racism, he said, but simply different traditions and tastes. … “This whole issue has been blown out of proportion,” he said. “Nobody had a problem with having two proms until it got all this publicity.
An adult who does not approve of an integrated high school prom organized by four actual teenagers.
In the wake of Steubenville, the internet has been pinned as a destructive force in youth culture—porn warps minds, Instagram enables sexual assaults, and Twitter amplifies sexual bullying. By taking an analog diary from the ‘90s and transplanting it to Tumblr, the UnSlut project reminds us that technology is not to blame for sexual shaming—our culture is.
George Strait on freelancing.
I went back to trying to give her facial expressions other than “Oh god when is the wrap time her people put on the call sheet going to come.” and “This is the first time in my career that I’ve been bluntly treated as unworthy of professionalism or even common courtesy.” My angst roiled harder when I realized that this is exactly the sort of dehumanization that people try so hard to find examples and stories of in the porn industry when they want to paint us negatively.
Stoya on Stoya is such a pleasure to read.
“Nancy Jo, This is Alexis Neiers calling. I’m calling to let you know how disappointed I am in your story. There’s many things that I read in here that were false, like you saying that I wore six-inch Louboutin heels to court with my tweed skirt when I wore 4-inch little brown Bebe shoes!”
Say what you will about Alexis Neiers, but she’s right about journalism’s Louboutin problem. #corrections
Come and get her.