Is America’s original favorite talent show racist to boost ratings? More
If there’s anything the Internet has taught me, it’s that very few celebrities can shut their mouths in response to criticism.
Also: Is it weird that the most perplexing part of this debacle to me is that American Idol still exists? More
Sparkle, a movie about dreams, is probably going to make you cry. A lot. More
Oscar-winning American Idol star Jennifer Hudson is the latest celebrity with no discernible design background to marginalize the word “designer.” More
Just what every high school student always wanted, right? To wear clothes from a popularity contest that’s dwindling in popularity to make themselves more popular. More
THE BEST SPRING STATEMENT SHOES! More
The year was 1993 — the venue, the Boston Garden. A 13-year-old girl clad in a flannel shirt and Doc Martens stood excitedly on the arena’s floor surrounded by thousands of similarly attired Massholes, anxiously awaiting her favorite rock star to hit the stage for her first-ever concert.
That 13-year-old was me, folks, and that concert was Aerosmith. They were touring for “Get a Grip,” and they were fucking awesome.
Fast forward 18 years.
Are you a narcissist? If you really are, you probably won’t care. Or else, you’ll read this article and think, “Yes, but that’s for people who can’t back it up. Boo-ya!”
This November, the task force behind the DSM (the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders) announced that Narcissistic Personality Disorder had been removed. The New York Times had a cheeky take on the matter: A Fate That Narcissists Will Hate: Being Ignored.
I’d been thinking about the topic of narcissism ever since 2005, when I was working to establish myself in stand-up comedy. An ex-boyfriend found my website and emailed to say that the site was “the most narcissistic thing I’ve ever seen.” More
Oh Crystal, you happy dirty hippie! Congratulations! In case you didn’t know, Ms. Sox was engaged to be married and the nuptials finally happened yesterday. And by finally, I mean after an engagement lasting a few weeks. Unsurprisingly, the bride … More
My birthday was a few weeks ago, and getting older always makes me reflect on the past. I’m in my late 20s and, even though I occasionally go overboard looking for fine lines on my face, getting older has been pretty great me for me so far. Every once in a while, though, I miss my early 20s, when getting up “early” meant “before noon.” That said, I’d take my independent late 20s over my confused, anxious early 20s any day. Here’s some of the stuff I absolutely don’t miss. More