Urban Outfitters latest controversy includes using religious icons on socks, because baby hipsters need to keep their ankles warm in the most offensive way possible. More
American Apparel has been gamely shocking the world for years now. When they’re not hiring models who look fifteen (and seeing the subsequent ad campaigns banned), they’re getting in trouble for tone deaf casting calls, getting in even more trouble for … More
While there’s been a lot of talk about the absence of women of color on catwalks, there’s been precious little progress. Agonizing, incremental progress. Black girls are still given token slots on runways (usually two, at most) and the same goes for Asian women. When multiple black girls are cast, it’s often as a statement–like, for example, when Alber Elbaz sent a troop of black models clad in tropical prints down Lanvin’s Spring 2011 runway. As a finale. More
I wonder if she’ll wear one on stage?? More
What’s the worst thing you can think of to say about selfies? That they encourage our young people to spend too much time making duck face and not enough working to bring about world peace? How about the fact that they’re providing heaps upon heaps of jerk-off material to pedophiles the world over, and also that they legitimize teen sexting? More
A British website is arousing backlash after circulating an ad that depicts a cute robotic mascot happening upon some people doing sex stuff in a car. Whodathunkit? More
A group of female Israeli soldiers has been “disciplined” after it came to their commanding officers’ attention that they’d used their very first tour of duty to take some military-themed cheesecake photos, which they naturally posted to Facebook. More
You’ve really got to hand it to Jennifer Lopez: 13 years after she turned heads with her choice of Grammy Awards attire and some 43 years after she was born, she’s still causing prudes to hyperventilate with her hott bod and revealing clothing choices. But rather than go for the perfect amount of sideboob, this time she mixed it up by showing off her near-crotch instead. More
Bea Arthur was a pretty cool lady. She played one of TV’s first feminist characters on All In The Family, and of course, she captured our hearts as Dorothy Zbornak on Golden Girls. She was also pretty foxy. Hence, it stands to reason that when an iconic painting of not only Bea Arthur, but Bea Arthur topless goes up for auction, the bidding war would be high stakes and fierce. More
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A minor uproar has arisen over the latest cover of T, The New York Times‘ style magazine. Apparently, it has offended the delicate sensibilities of NYT readers from Westport to Park Slope because it features a thin, young-looking model wearing vaguely bondage-inspired things. That’s right: they are mad at a fashion magazine for printing photos of a fashion model. Who is wearing fashion. More
Remember that silly mother in Detroit who wanted The Diary Of Anne Frank banned in schools because it contains descriptions of female genitalia that might be disturbing to students, as opposed to the rest of the things in that particular book? Of course you do. Well, we have obtained the objectionable passage, which comes from the new and unedited edition of Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl. More
Amid all the arguments about whether or not obese airplane passengers should have to pay for an extra seat (they should not), the small carrier Samoa airlines has taken it a step further by charging not just the obese, but everyone, a fare that is calculated based on how much that person weighs. More
Ford Motors and its ad agency have issued an apology to the world after some rather tasteless ads made their way onto the internet. Or rather, one tasteless ad and one perfectly decent one. (Can you guess which one the Kardashian-themed one was?) More