I have a brilliant idea! Let’s all start ‘Dating Naked’ so that we can sue the producers when our “girly parts” don’t get properly blurred and end up all over the internet. Then we can get ‘Married At First Sight’ because that’s the only way anyone would marry us after seeing our “girly parts” online. But when things aren’t working out quite as we expect they should in the bedroom, we can then do ‘Sex Box’ and have a discussion about it in front of millions of people.
Does that seem a little far-fetched to you? Well, that’s what we’re getting these days with the newest reality TV show set to air in 2015 on WEtv. ‘Sex Box’ is a show in which couples go into a soundproof box with cameras to have sex and then emerge to discuss what they were doing wrong and what they were doing right with a panel of “experts” and “sex therapists”.Read more
Most can agree that African-Americans have suffered under the current administration.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the current unemployment rate for African-Americans (civilian non-institutional population) is 11.4 percent compared to whites (civilian non-institutional population) at 5.3 percent. (To be fair, this gap has persisted for decades). Also, a New York Times article states that the median income for blacks has declined 10.9 percent since the recession ended in June 2009.Read more
Earlier this week, America celebrated Women's Equality Day, a holiday designated by U.S. Congress in 1971 at the behest of a Democrat Congresswoman from the state of New York. Naturally, those who like to perpetuate the myth that women have it terribly rough in these United States were out in full force - most notably, the White House.Read more
Desperate times call for desperate measures, I guess.
We've all seen it before... campaign ads that twist and distort facts. Scare tactics and character assassinations fly through political winds like, well, a bad flu virus?
Arkansas Senator Mark Pryor is fighting for his political life. And, in what appears to be a desperate attempt to knock down his Republican opponent, Tom Cotton, Pryor’s campaign just released an ad that might top all hyperbolic ads...Read more
This week, Scarlet Johansson, who is best known for her roles in the Horse Whisperer (1998) and Lost in Translation (2003), has decided, in light of the recent Supreme Court ruling on birth control, to voice her displeasure with the ruling by releasing a t-shirt that she designed. She designed the t-shirt for Planned Parenthood Action, the political arm of Planned Parenthood, for the upcoming November mid-term elections.
Johansson's shirts are bright pink with a retro design and scream "Hey, Politicians! The 1950's called....They want their sexism back".