Monthly Archives: May 2010

South Carolina loves a scandal.

TweetThe NYT reports: Self-proclaimed “bad boy” blogger, Will Folks, has come forth saying that he and State Representative Nikki Haley (who is vying for Mark Sanford’s seat), had an “inappropriate physical relationship” three years ago. Haley was just blessed with a major endorsement from Sarah Palin, who quickly turned Haley’s controversy into another opportunity to [...]
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Boys will be boys and girls will be things

TweetAn anonymous reader in London emailed me about this charming ad campaign from Lynx. Lynx is the Australian and UK name for Axe, and I’ve posted about their campaigns before. This poster campaign, for a bodywash called “Rise” (totally coincidental name that has absolutely nothing to do with penises, I’m sure), appears at bus stops [...]
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Quick Hit: Anti-feminist Mailbag

TweetKid you not, this line was found in a long, eloquent summary of why women are worthless among our favorite hate mail of the day: Well for one thing from what i have observed most woman are dome. Enough said. Tweet
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Quick Hit: the is-she-or-isn’t-she debate

TweetDon’t miss Ryan Thoreson’s astute and rabble rousing summary of why the media coverage of Elena Kagan‘s sexuality has really been so disappointing. An excerpt: It doesn’t take a queer theorist to point out that the relationships you have in college don’t indelibly and permanently mark your sexual orientation, nor should it take a queer [...]
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Kurt’s dad takes on the “new generation of dude”

TweetGet your hankies handy. If anyone has time to write a transcript in comments, I’d be very appreciative. Tweet
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