Rachel Hills on the internet, artifice and being fake.
Speaking of the Middleton’s, Melinda Tankard Reist takes issue with the admiration of Pippa’s ass online:
“The FB site provides an opportunity for men everywhere to share their sexual fantasies for the young maid of honour. Knock her up, bash her in, cause her injury such that she would not be able to walk. Wrecking and shredding a woman’s anus is a popular porn script.
“And all this is supposed to be accepted as a compliment. Of course there are no ‘Pippa the Wonderfully Supportive Sister Appreciation Societies’ or other pages lauding her gifts and character and other non-body related attributes.”
“Filling the Gaps” in the online feminist community’s “call-out culture”.
In what was Elizabeth Taylor’s last interview, with Kim Kardashian for US Harper’s Bazaar, she divulges her thoughts on living like a queen, the Krupp diamond and Twitter. I was never a fan of Taylor, but this interview made me one.
Ever been hollered at in the street as you walk past a construction site? “Why Men Cat Call” sounds interesting, but is disappointingly dismal.
“Amélie sex (noun): intercourse undertaken in the classic missionary position which, by itself, is not objectionable—during which the male is impervious to the female’s lack of enjoyment.”
The bromance VS. Bridesmaids’ “Homance”.
Don’t give up your day job: “Freelancing on the Side.”
Images via I Just Have So Many Feelings, Sydney Morning Herald.