Topic: heteronormativity

Insufferable Princeton Grad Susan A Patton Stresses To Princeton Women, “Find A Husband Now

Insufferable Princeton Grad Susan A Patton Stresses To Princeton Women, "Find A Husband Now"

Men go to college for a lot of different reasons: education, professional advancement, they’re good at learning, they’re providers, they just plum like math and science, etc. Women, on the other hand, go primarily to sink their hooks into said men (after graduating, some even set up sperm IVs and begin pumping out lots of self-impressed little babies). Sure, there are some women who go to college for their own educations, but we shouldn’t let those shaggy-armpitted lesbians impede our quest for a well-to-do spouse. If you get into Princeton, for one, it’s extremely important to find a man as soon as you are able. More »

Review Men Like Restaurants With New Lulu App, The Yelp Of Romance (For Girls!)

Review Men Like Restaurants With New Lulu App, The Yelp Of Romance (For Girls!)

Someone once Tweeted, ”Yelp.com: explore where local illiterates have recently stopped eating.”

If you are one of the many people who find Yelp to be a source of valuable information (not in the social anthropology sense), however, you may be receptive to this new Lulu app, which is to men as Yelp is to restaurants. All you need is a Facebook profile confirming your femaleness and you can go on Lulu and review exes, crushes, hook-ups, current loves, friends and relatives. Like meat, but with abs. More »

The New Normalcy: Do We Need More TV Shows To Try To End Heteronormativity?

The New Normalcy: Do We Need More TV Shows To Try To End Heteronormativity?

When it comes to homophobia, television is no longer a place where likable characters can be outright prejudiced (thank goodness). You won’t hear the main character of a show yelling “faggot!” unless there will be some negative consequences later, nor will you the protagonists actually dislike gays unless that is seen as a major character flaw (…which it is). But the lack of obviousness and brazen anti-gay attitudes doesn’t mean the prejudice doesn’t exist on television still; instead, they’re just more subtle. More »