It’s finally happened. Today is a day of victory (albeit a small one) in a sea of horrible days. Milo Yiannopoulos, technology editor of Brietbart, has been banned from Twitter.
Now, Yiannopoulos has been on the fringes of my radar for a few years now, because he’s a pretty big
We've finally reached a unanimous decision. Not only was this selection a favorite with all three judges, it was a reader favorite and the post with the highest number of views on our site.
The winner of The Flounce Non Fiction Writer’s Award 2015 is Catherine A. Brereton, for her essay
I didn’t go anywhere for Thanksgiving this year. My husband and I opted to stay in this year and eat some baked ziti that I made. My bonus kids spent the holiday with his ex-wife, and we’ll be doing our Thanksgiving dinner on Friday. For us, veterans of
To those in Paris who have just survived a mass shooting:
Hello. I am an American who has also survived a mass shooting. Unfortunately, there are a lot of us. Unlike you, my experience wasn’t as a result of a terrorist attack. My mass shooting was a
This hasn’t been a good year for women in the music business. First, there was the whole Joan Jett/Runaways thing, then there was the Billboard poll asking if people believed Dr. Luke or Ke$ha, and now Chrissie Hynde has somehow decided that it
It’s a terrible day to wake up and see that someone you admired, a woman whose hard work you really thought was good, is completely insulated and ignorant of how her actions affect others - or worse, she is just another racist.
It’s a worse day
The Hulkster isn’t having a good week. If you’re not a wrestling fan, that’s totally fine. The summary that you need to know is that Hulk Hogan and Bubba the Love Sponge used to be friends. Really close friends, in fact. So close, that Bubba used to record Hulk nailing
It takes skill to be a burlesque performer, but even more skill to be a performer in two major markets and a producer in one. Redd Skyy, who now makes her home in Portland, OR, got her start in Kansas City, MO, performing to “Shatner of the Mount” (still one
I was given a chance by Quirk Publishing to review a copy of Sam Magg’s book “The Fangirl’s Guide to the Galaxy” recently, and I am really excited that it lived up to my expectations. Billed as a “compendium of all aspects of female geek culture and a celebration
While people are still arguing “Heritage vs. Hate,” suggesting that pride in flying the Confederate flag is no different than the pride in the flag of Nazi Germany, and arguing that the purpose of The War of Northern Aggression actually was, depending on who you talk to, about state’s rights,