Dan Savage advises an insecure woman upset by her partner’s attraction to “sexy suicide girls,” and more.
He just has a funny way of showing it.
Advice to a guy with self-admitted women issues. Plus: spanking convos, peeing for pay, and more
Although black women were Hillary Clinton’s strongest block of support, in Chicago they expressed mixed feelings at the polls.
Don’t even think about going as a “bad hombre.”
Both stem from male entitlement and toxic masculinity.
A community in pain rallies for TT Saffore, a black trans woman killed in Chicago last month.
Bea Cordelia thinks the city’s liquor-license law has a gender-bias problem.
Dan on educating yourself about polyamory, fucking your partner while fantasizing about someone else, and reconsidering the #NotAllMen hashtag.
A conversation with feminist author Kate Harding about the power of #YesAllWomen
One of the things I constantly heard during the Great Tucker Max CTA Dustup of 2009 was that admitting to taking offense at the misogynistic ad campaign was all part of his most geniusist plan to get everyone to see his movie and become the Tyler Perry of spoiled white man-children – no, really. (Kyra […]
Looks like I hurt Tucker Max’s feelings: “Max was adamant that he not only doesn’t hate women, he loves them, ‘That’s the question I have constantly asked that the protestors have never addressed, because they can’t: ‘If my art is misogynist and promotes violence against women, then why are half my fans women?’” Beats me. […]
That was quick.
So when you write something critical about Tucker Max, the queen bee notices and the drones attack, as Eric Zorn and Amanda Hess have discovered. The Tucker Max cult is a strange one, but I found this illuminating: