There’s a HUGE difference between being a clueless teenager and being a shitty young adult who uses racist bullshit to advance their career. Until very recently, I was willing to wait and see if Cyrus was going to learn and grow, and hopefully fucking apologize, but with all this? Fuck that. She’s an asshole who…
This girl is just...
After I made this long and depressing post yesterday, I thought I would give everyone a Mrry Chrimmus gift.
So now you know. I'd make a "Boxing Day" joke, but apparently that's only a thing in Canada and the UK.
I've been thinking about writing this post for a while. It was originally conceived as an examination of the "Stripper Anthem" as presented by Nicki Minaj and Rihanna in Beez In The Trap and Pour It Up, as it related to the sexuality and sexualization of black women, but after last week's post on Lily Allen, and some…
Unlike previous open letters to Miley, this one's about her grammar, namely, her incorrect usage of "laying" - it should've been "lying."
Edit: Thanks for the link, BloodyJenna!
Because some local asshole made me defend her and I hate it.
Don't know if this has been posted yet, but I just found this letter that S. O'Connor apparently wrote to Miley Cyrus about "pimping" herself to the music industry.
The freak show (to borrow a phrase from Newtonian physics) can neither be created nor destroyed; it can only change form. A glimpse at Miley Cyrus' recent performance on the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards serves to confirm this. For a young woman whose cultural inheritance includes the “Achy Breaky” dance fad, 20-year…
and posted it in this morning's Dirt Bag.
Great news, freedom and liberty lovers!
Oh you cheeky boys! Stick around for the giggles and some achy breakyness.
Awesome editing. I mean, it's got some continuity errors, but it is original Trek.
On the anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, go read this thing at Crunk Feminist Collective, on how the Oxford Dictionary Online's recent addition of "twerking" shows the extent to which white people have appropriated low Black culture, and on how despite the New Orleans music scene being a "model for embracing queer…
OH HAI. I IZ ON DA RAY-DIO.