In the latest episode of her comedy sketch show, Tracey Ullman brilliantly demonstrates the absurdity of the line of questioning that many victims often endure when reporting a sexual assault.
“You look quite provocatively wealthy. ... Just a bit of an invitation, isn’t it? Like you’re advertising it,” Ullman says to the victim. ... [Read More]
In case you missed SNL last night, here are Melissa McCarthy as White House press secretary Sean Spicer and Kate McKinnon as secretary of education nominee Betsy DeVos taking questions from the press (Bobby Moynihan, Kristen Stewart, Cecily Strong, Vanessa Bayer, Alex Moffat, Mikey Day). ... [Read More]
Have you ever been walking down the street, lost in thought, when all of a sudden a man shouts out to you, “Smile”? He thinks it’s charming, or a nice thing to say, but on the contrary this type of catcalling can be disarming and ... [Read More]
As an entertainer and YouTube megastar with over 10,000,000 followers, Lilly ‘Superwoman’ Singh is no stranger to negative comments, but the "nice, positive unicorn" in her typically chooses to ignore them… 99.9% of the time. So when a guy recently posted, "woman aren’t funny. shouldn’t u be in the kitching making me a sandwich," ... [Read More]
"Virgo. Avid skier. Gluten-full. And 100% jazzed to meet you." - Jillian Holtzmann, engineer extraordinaire
One of our favorite parts of Ghostbusters 2016 was Kate McKinnon and her wacky and entertainingly awesome portrayal of the very brilliant and bizarre Dr. Jillian Holtzmann. So you can imagine ... [Read More]
"Girls... it seems that after you've helped to win the war, you'll still have another battle on your hands, legs, and things... the battle of the bulges."
Flashing back to this gem of a film clip from the 1940s, a charming time in the early days of body shaming when the promise of looking like a "sea nymph" was the pitch used to convince "girls" to do their "WOMANeuvers” on ... [Read More]
On October 15, 1951, I Love Lucy made its television debut, cementing Lucille Ball’s status as one of America's top comedic actresses, and pioneering a new sitcom genre that would influence countless family-related sitcoms for years to come. The success of the show was unmatched, as was Lucille’s perfectionism and hard work. ... [Read More]
"What the butter is wrong with you people? Why did it take so long? It's right there in the Declaration of Independence...all men...aaaaall men are created... ohhhhhh."
Last night, Stephen Colbert transported himself to July 4, 1776, via satellite, to share the news of Hillary Clinton's historic achievement as the first woman ... [Read More]