“After saying in advance that she didn’t want to have sex, she did have sex.” Huh?
I would expect someone from [law school] to be more educated, careful, respectful and circumspect. I’m not sure why I would expect that, but I’ll adjust. Ask Amy hasn’t used her column to address the giant raging shitstorm* she created with a November answer about “date” rape, but she did take the time to e-mail […]
There is a lot of bad advice in this column, but this—this is destructive, dangerous, and negligent. Amy takes a rape victim who is incapable of admitting that she was a rape victim, and suggests that she dial up her rapist in order to “determine what happened.” He raped her after taking her into a […]
Introducing the Sexist, a new blogger at the Reader.
Amanda Hess, our sister Washington City Paper‘s Sexist, flags a fantastic instance of one of my favorite things in all of journalism (from the copy-editor-lite Washington Post): “Last week, I was over at a friend’s house, and he showed me a picture on Facebook of a girl I used to” date, Thomas said. Now, I […]
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:
Predicting outrage over CTA ads for Tucker Max’s new movie.
* My colleagues at the Reader‘s sister paper ruined a wonderful opportunity when they broke the news that Newt Gingrich was to award the entrepreneur behind Anal Devastation and other films. Now the PAC American Solutions for Winning the Future says it was a mistake. You lose the future, ASWF. * In the realm of […]
I was hoping to be able to pretend that the Erin Andrews voyeur tape didn’t exist after the Sun-Times alerted me to its fetid existence this morning–can’t find the link, but the gist was that if you try to download the video you’ll get whatever horrible computer virus you deserve–but this post by Creative Loafing […]