Caroline Kirby
plothole
12/9/14
11:37 AM
23

This was a really interesting read — I always viewed Cosmo/Glamour, etc as a grown up YM and Seventeen and never really dipped into them outside of hair salon waiting rooms. It's a good sign if they're changing like this. And kind of a brave one, frankly. Come for the blow job tips stay for the politics. Read more

10/1/14
1:40 PM
40

"Just move" isn't great advice for dealing with racism.

9/19/14
8:01 PM
147

Every picture, I was thinking, "Okay, surely that's the worst photo." Every subsequent picture, I was proved wrong.

9/17/14
12:59 PM
1

This. My dad played D1 ball at Georgia Tech in the 70s, and from the snippets of stories I got out of him, there were more than just concussions going around in those locker rooms. Steroids and amphetamines were being passed around like candy. Read more

9/17/14
6:06 AM
8

Since the world seems to be turning a corner when it comes to the whole "hey, being good at sports probably shouldn't excuse you from having to be a decent person" thing, I wonder what team will be the first to take proper action and stick to it rather than being forced to by public opinion.

9/17/14
4:36 AM
1

I'm guessing it's because they make a lot more money than us.

9/17/14
2:55 AM
7

Wishful thinking translation: Oh fuck, we just realized that he beat the shit out of a 4-year-old child. Like really BEAT the kid: with bleeding, and welts, and open lacerations after a week, and defensive wounds to his little tiny hands, and OMIGOD A FOUR YEAR OLD LITTLE BOY. Read more

9/17/14
2:47 AM
33

After giving the situation additional thought, we have decided this is the appropriate course of action for the organization and for Adrian. Read more

9/17/14
2:35 AM
77

That update with the tweet looks like something a teenage girl would post on Facebook.

9/17/14
2:33 AM
2

I don't know how the Vikings thought there wouldn't be an uproar given the current climate. I don't know how they thought they could just play Peterson. Read more

9/17/14
2:20 AM
226

The NFL as a whole is going to reverse the Earth Superman-style if they keep up this record amount of backpedaling.

9/16/14
7:52 PM
6

I missed the edit deadline on my comment but wanted to elaborate on the nuance bit. The data for this study is based on a prior national survey. Respondents were offered the options of "often, sometimes, rarely, or never," later converted into "yes/no" for the purposes of the study. Read more