Tag Archives: Guilty Pleasures

America’s Got Talent- and, Apparently, Race Issues

TweetOthers have written before about their (un)feminist guilty pleasure of watching television shows like American Idol and America’s Got Talent, and the problematic practices these shows often have behind the scenes. Despite the obvious cheesiness, as well as the more problematic and unfeminist aspects of these shows, there’s something about them that keeps me tuning [...]
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Professor Foxy: Anal, Woman on Top and Teaching

TweetAs I move into my third week of Professor Foxying, I realize I’ve been doing some pretty heavy, relationship-type stuff. Since lord knows sex is not all about relationships, I’m going to do a couple of pure sex questions. And FYI – I always change the names. Hope you enjoy! Professor Foxy, I feel sort [...]
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Craigslist Missed Connections

Tweetmarriedtothesea.com My coworker Veronica had this cartoon from Married to the Sea shared on her google reader and it reminded me about my obsession with Craigslist’s Missed Connections. Maybe it’s the secret romantic in me, or just my super-nosy side, but I love having a sneak peek into other people’s lives and lusts. If you [...]
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(Un)Feminist Guilty Pleasure: Commercial Rap

Tweet My gay boyfriend Merv and I, caught on the scene (well more like at my apartment) probably after getting our thizzle dance on. Now this is really really bad. It is so bad that I can’t even believe I am admitting it. And not just because of the rampant misogyny in rap music videos [...]
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(Un)Feminist Guilty Pleasure: Street fashion blogs

TweetMost of the time when we write about photographing people on the street, we’re talking about dudes who are cat-callers and harassers. But part of my daily internet consumption — in between the New York Times and feminist blogs and everything I read for my job — is a healthy dose of street fashion blogs. [...]
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