Hello? Police? Yeah. I’d like to report yet another instance of black people being erased from history. Yeah. This time it’s Australian actress Rebel Wilson. She was doing promo for her new film, “Isn’t It Romantic” and had the cheek to tell Ellen Degeneres on Wednesday that she is the first plus-sized actress to lead … Continue reading Rebel Wilson, You Are Not the First
They say everything happens when it’s supposed to. Timing is everything. You get information when you need it most. When you’re ready for the lesson, the teacher will appear, that sort of thing. I believe that, and never more so than today. I was talking to a friend. We’ve known each other for 20 years … Continue reading Can You Handle the Truth?
For anyone in this day and age of viral messaging and live forever on the Internet culture to try and be deliberately shocking is just, kind of, boring. Being deliberately conscious of the power in your words and messages, on the other hand? That’s something. That’s powerful. That gets eyes, and it captures and holds … Continue reading Kanye, Being Deliberately Shocking Is Boring
Logan Paul has made a very good living being a weird, shocking, daredevil type. At least, I think those are good descriptors. I’m not a fan, nor am I one of his 16M+ YouTube subscribers. Don’t get me wrong. I love me some YouTubers. I subscribe and follow quite a few channels religiously. But as … Continue reading Logan Paul: When a Video Strategy Goes Bad
Instead of saying the usual variation of “thank you so much!” and/or blushing with eyelashes fluttering, 20-year-old student Claire Boniface decided to agree with every compliment a man gave her on social media. It did not go well.
Now, common lore would have us believe that men prefer an agreeable woman, but apparently, men don’t want you to say, “Yes,” when they tell you you’re beautiful, or “yepp,” when they say, “You’re amazing.” When you do, you immediately stop being beautiful and amazing and become a vain, ugly bitch. Continue reading “‘Lady, You Are Beautiful’ Yeah, I Know #gender #bias #power #diversity”