On the (Rest of the) Net.

My friend Laura Money—who’s written for this blog here—writes about friendship in the Olsen twins classic, It Takes Two. [Bitch Flicks]

What Grey’s Anatomy‘s Meredith Grey and Olivia Pope of Scandal can teach us about relationships and love. [Bitch Magazine]

To cut or not to cut: the circumcision debate. [Aeon]

“Are you a feminist?” has become the question du jour to ask female celebrities. [Daily Life]

We’ve heard this before, but the AFL has a woman problem. [Daily Life]

The NFL also has a woman problem, and ESPN is enabling them through their lucrative broadcasting deal. [Esquire]

Outlander, women, sex and TV. [HuffPo]

On the (Rest of the) Net.

It’s a very MamaMia-and-Jezebel heavy edition of “On the (Rest of the) Net”, but variety is overrated.

The grey area of domestic violence: a wifebeater who left his partner blind in one eye and made her miscarry their child also saved an elderly woman from a fire in her home as a bravery award-receiving firefighter. [MamaMia]

Bob Katter is the scourge of our society. Just like Pauline Hanson! [MamaMia]

Forget sexting: it’s all about the webcam striptease now. [Jezebel]

MTV’s latest show, I Just Want My Pants Back, focuses on the lives of twenty-something hipsters in Brooklyn, where apparently abortion isn’t an option. [Jezebel]

To circumcise or not to circumcise, that is the question. [MamaMia]

Is porn star James Deen a feminist? [Jezebel]