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The Vuvalini of “Mad Max: Fury Road,” Making Punks of Misogynists Everywhere

By |May 27th, 2015|

“Not only REFUSE to see the movie, but spread the word to as many men as possible. … Because if [men] sheepishly attend and Fury Road is a blockbuster, then you, me, and all the other men (and real women) in the world will never be able to see a real action movie ever […]

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War and Peace, Soldiers and Sacrifice

By |May 25th, 2015|

MEMORIAL DAY, 2015. Every generation has their war.

We thank our soldiers and their families for there service and sacrifice, during times of war and peace.

If you want to understand what’s going on with today’s generation of fighters and their families, Sebastian Junger’s piece in Vanity Fair will blow your […]

Robert Durst on Jarecki’s HBO “The Jinx”: “What did I do? Killed them all, of course.”

By |March 16th, 2015|

When you listen to it, it’s chilling because it feels like you’re channeling something from very deep inside a person, and that while he could argue that he was sorry that he did it, the truth is he seemed to be compelled to confess. – Andrew Jarecki

IN A compelling interview with the New York […]

Dell Williams: “Women have a right to sexual expression”

By |March 14th, 2015|

THE FORMER WAC, actress and the first sex boutique feminist entrepreneur, Dell Williams, has passed at the age of 92. If that’s not proof that pleasure can keep you young, nothing is, ladies and gentlemen.

If you read this column I wrote about my own orgasm adventures at midlife, you’ll understand how […]

New York Times Wicked Witch – ‘Wizard of Oz’ Crushed Hillary Graphic

By |March 13th, 2015|

WHEN THE Washington Post’s Charles Krauthammer goes to the extreme effort of citing New York Times head Hillary hater, the late William Safire, you know we’re in the throes of something that is bigger than the power to confront it.

But in what world of commentary in the 21st century is it okay […]

Giuliana Rancic, Zendaya and the Politics of Hair and Race *Updated*

By |February 25th, 2015|

“I feel like she smells like patchouli oil and weed.” – Giuliana Rancic

THE EPISODE of E! Fashion Police was hilarious and rocking, complete with giving the Academy hell for slighting Joan Rivers. Then Giuliana Rancic reviewed Zendaya’s Oscar look zeroing in on her dreadlocks. Kathy Griffin repeated the “weed” element, but she didn’t […]

Patricia Arquette Speech Touches Off Wave *Updated*

By |February 23rd, 2015|

“Tonight we honor Hollywood’s best and whitest, sorry I mean brightest.” – Neil Patrick Harris

THE QUOTE above came in the first few minutes on Sunday night and for Neil Patrick Harris it was pretty much downhill from there. It’s unimportant in the scheme of things, except that his condescension during the show, as […]

E.L. James, Most Powerful Woman Writer in Hollywood

By |February 12th, 2015|

The two are polite and witty and even cute with one another, a genuine romance bubbling up underneath all the smooth seduction. The movie has a refreshing, friendly, youthful energy; it’s exciting, and excited, and, for the most part, pretty sex-positive. Which was, well, kinda shocking to me, as someone who hasn’t read […]

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Beyoncé and Prince Sum Up the Grammys

By |February 9th, 2015|

“Albums—you remember those? They still matter. Like books and black lives, they still matter.” – Prince

AH, THE GRAMMYs, sometimes they’re wonderful, last night they were meh. Among the truly remarkable performances stands Annie Lennox with Hozier, singing “Take Me to Church.”

There was Madonna’s attire, something no other person at 56 could […]

Romance, Sex and Fifty Shades of Grey on Valentine’s Day

By |February 6th, 2015|

cross-posted on HuffPostWomen

NO SINGLE holiday brings up more consternation and confusion than Valentine’s Day. Whether you love or hate the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy, one thing the film is doing by debuting on this romantic and commercial holiday is put a punctuation mark on the dividing line that exists between women and […]