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GOP Platform Names Porn a “Public Health Crisis”

July 13, 2016 | 1 Comment

So, the Republican Party's platform for this election cycle has been hashed out this week, and it turns out that, as Esquire succinctly put it: Porn is a problem. Guns are not. To whit, the new platform has named porn a "public health crisis." A crisis, my friends. [...continue...]

La-La-La-Links-de-Yay

July 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

World's Oldest Known Bra. For real. (I’m assuming you know you’re supposed to sing the title of this post to the tune of Ta-Ra-Ra-Boom-De-Yay. If not… well… do that.) Anyway, guys, lots of stuff to report and not much time for reporting it! Here goes: 1) The 8th Circuit [...continue...]

Naomi Wolf Annoys Me Again

August 6, 2011 | 0 Comments

Oh, Naomi. We are gonna just keep doing this, aren’t we? Ah, well, why not? After all, every superhero needs a supervillain in order to really thrive. I’m not sure, in this situation, which one is which, but we’re surely diametrically opposed, and I know I’m super, so we may as well get [...continue...]

Logical Fallacy #1

July 7, 2011 | 0 Comments

Ok, Naomi Wolf. Let’s discuss some of this theory you’re working with over on Al Jazeera. One thing at a time. There are so many issues I see in what you wrote about how porn may be “driving men crazy” that I’ll take it nice and slow. Ease into it, like a man eases [...continue...]

Oooooooh This Makes Me Mad

July 3, 2011 | 0 Comments

A not-very-thought-provoking read on Al Jazeera (to their credit–in the Opinions section–by Naomi Wolf: “Is pornography driving men crazy?” An interesting title, actually, because she doesn’t really talk about what she means by “crazy” in the first place. I [...continue...]

Don’t Take Porn Lying Down (hehehe) NY Magazine!

February 2, 2011 | 0 Comments

I’m going to do a quick and dirty response to this week’s issue of NY Magazine here, so once again, folks, if you haven’t read it: do so. Now. Click on that link. It’s fascinating stuff. I’m excited to say that the magazine’s coverage of porn–from its [...continue...]