I know nobody will read this but I wanna speak my fucking mind. So here I go…

After everybody saw the interview James said that he was just joking…but when nobody was calming down he was suddenly talking about flirting?!?! Which one is it?

Let’s take a look back at what happened

In an interview Brad was asked if he’s still dating Lauren. James said “I haven’t DATED her for quite a while” Then Tris said “I was April to December” referring to what James said who then continued “We all had a bit of a go”. They were still talking about DATING. So he can shove his made up flirting excuse up his tiny ass.

He (and the other boys as well bc they laughed and din’t say anything) was objectifying Lauren! Like she was a piece of meat that was beng passed around. That IS a form of sexism. Open your eyes!

And did he apologize? No. He decided to play the victim and blame everybody else. He posted a photo on Instagram saying “I’m only responsible for what I say not for what you understand”. He can’t even face the consequences of his actions…he just wants to save his career and that’s why he’s lying. You can’t blame us for your mistake, James! And there is absolutely nothing to not understand about this situation! 

But y’all Vampettes are disgusting as well. “5H are so immature…he was complimenting them”…Umm no! The flirting excuse is bullshit, remember? Where is the respect for yourself? Why don’t you stick up for yourself and your gender because this wasn’t just against Lauren. This is a diss to all of us women and girls. I’m not asking you to hate him, but stop supporting sexist and slut-shaming comments.

I know for sure that if he only had a tiny but of respect towards women, he would’ve NEVER said that.

  • female:omfg lm so done with the entire male population they're all sexist pieces of shit
  • me:u r so correct yes the entire male population and oh yea that's right YOU
  • black person:I fuckin h8 this world it's all run by white people who r all rasist pieces of shit even the ones fighting for more black rights need to stfu bc white people don't know the struggle their just racists all of em
  • me:u r so correct yes every single white person and oh yea that's right YOU
  • person:everyone is just so closed minded and only thinks about themselves ugh I hate people
  • me:u r so correct yes everyone and OH YEA THATS FUCKIN RIGHT YOU.!

Gentlemen! Let’s play a little game. I call it “Creep or Normal Guy?”

The way you play is you have less than a second to decide whether a man you don’t know is a threat or not. If you identify a normal guy as a threat you could get called a bitch; if you identify a creep as a normal guy you could end up dead. This is fun, isn’t it? Now play it every day, with nearly every man you see, in nearly every situation you’re in, from the time puberty hits to … well, I turned 38 this week. Can someone tell me when I can stop playing?

Square Enix Is The Only Publisher That Would Touch Life is Strange Because It Has A Female Protagonist

"Square Enix has announced their newest IPLife is Strange, follows Max, who has the power to rewind time and is searching for a missing fellow student. The game will be released digitally and episodically, with “each new chapter building and evolving based on the choices you made in previous episodes.” So why did it take so long to find a publisher for Life is Strange?

Max is a girl.

French studio Dontnod is creating Life is Strange, the same studio that made 2013′s female-led 2013′s Remember Me (though that game frequently did not make the best use of its most interesting mechanics). In a developer diary, Dontnod’s creative director Jean-Maxime Moris said,

Square is basically the only publisher who didn’t want to change a single thing about the game. We had other publishers telling us to make it a male lead character, and Square didn’t even question that once.”

Nice work Square!  

Read the full piece here












Noooo Anthony Mackie Why Did You Have To Say A Woman’s “Role” Is To “Make Daddy A Sandwich,” WHY???

"Just a few days ago I was praising Anthony Mackie’s awesomeness for being such a big Marvel fanboy and an all-around awesome dude. Today, I am sorely disappointed to report Mackie went on Wendy and told her he thinks men and women have specific roles – and that women should “make daddy a sandwich.” You can start the video at about 5:20 to have your heart broken.


It’s interesting to see how the audience doesn’t respond negatively to Wendy and Anthony’s suggestion that men and women should occupy traditional gender roles until he mentions wanting a sandwich. We know some people enjoy sticking to certain gender roles in their relationships, but it took us by surprise to see Mackie taking such a firm stance on this particular issue – especially with a phrase as inflammatory as “make me a sandwich.” What are your thoughts?”

From The Mary Sue

Montage Video Shows How Women Were Portrayed In The Media In 2014

Angered by the sexism he saw being heaped upon his female colleagues – and attempts to downplay it – Karl Stefanovic decided to conduct an experiment. 

He wore the same blue suit on air, two days in a row. Then three. A month ticked by without a ripple.

Now, a full year has passed – and he is still wearing the same cheap Burberry knock-off, every morning, on Channel Nine’s Today program.

Not a single audience member has asked about it, he says. Fashion commentators and other media also seem oblivious. 

Yet co-host Lisa Wilkinson still receives regular and unsolicited fashion appraisals, as she revealed in her well-received Andrew Olle lecture last year. (“Who the heck is Lisa’s stylist?” one emailer demanded to know. “Today’s outfit is particularly jarring and awful. Get some style.”) These same viewers, however, have failed to observe – or simply don’t care – that the man beside her happily slips on the same outfit, day after day. 

"No one has noticed; no one gives a shit," Stefanovic tells Fairfax Media. "But women, they wear the wrong colour and they get pulled up. They say the wrong thing and there’s thousands of tweets written about them.

"Women are judged much more harshly and keenly for what they do, what they say and what they wear."

His frustration at this, he says, sparked his experiment.  

"I’ve worn the same suit on air for a year – except for a couple of times because of circumstance – to make a point.

"I’m judged on my interviews, my appalling sense of humour – on how I do my job, basically. Whereas women are quite often judged on what they’re wearing or how their hair is … that’s [what I wanted to test]."

"All of Hollywood is run on one assumption: that women will watch stories about men, but men won’t watch stories about women …. All of the decisions are based on this - this concrete fact - and nobody’s really proved that that’s true. I think it’s a terrible indictment of our society if we assume that one-half of the population is just not interested in the other half."

- Geena Davis

From the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media Facebook page

"Happy Birthday to our lovely and talented founder, Geena Davis. Thank you for all that you do, and for the inspiration you spread. If you like what the Geena Davis Institute is doing, support our research by donating today and share what you like about our work."

If a man is afraid, he is a “pussy” or has a “mangina.”

If a man is weak, he is a “girl.”

If a man complains or whines, he is being “bitchy.”

If a man isn’t brave, he needs to “grow a pair.”

The biggest way to hurt a man’s ego is to associated with femininity. Being a woman is considered weak, afraid, dependent, and inferior. 

Every time you use gender as means to insult a person, you are committing an act of sexism.