Posts Tagged ‘most popular blog posts’

The Week’s Most Popular Blog Posts: Oh God It’s The Weekend Edition

Last week on the Sexist:
1. Buttman v. The Man, in which milk enemas manage to disgust, but fail to offend, D.C. jurors.
2. A Brief History of Date Lab Racism, in which I was hoping to be hooked up with someone less racist, but he's cute so I'll keep an open mind.
3. But Was She Wearing [...]

The Week’s Most Popular Blog Posts: Buttman Edition

This week on the Sexist, it was all about Buttman (with one exception). Get your full history of the now-dismissed Buttman trial here: Plus, common reasons not to support Roman Polanski, still!
1. Opening Arguments in the U.S. Vs. John "Buttman" Stagliano
2. Buttman Trial: Courthouse Porn Shows Enemas, Racial Epithets
3. Buttman Trial: Couthouse Porn Viewing Turns [...]

The Week’s Most Popular Blog Posts: Ginned Up Edition

Last week on the Sexist: Dang! Mentioning Olivia Munn does gin up your pageviews!
1. Hiring Inequality Through The Daily Show, in which doing nothing is sexist!
2. Feminism for Bitches, in which feminism for everybody!
3. NOM to Bring Mandatory Heterosexuality Bus Tour to D.C., in which being straight becomes super creepy!
4. Consent and Manipulation in Olivia [...]

The Week’s Most Popular Blog Posts: America Edition

Before you drink too much and marvel at sparkly things, on account of America, take a look back at some depressing stuff about sexual assault, and some inspiring stuff about geek feminists. See you Tuesday:
1. Consent and Manipulation in Olivia Munn's Playboy Shoot, in which Playboy representatives are surprisingly creepy toward women!
2. What Does It [...]

The Week’s Most Popular Blog Posts: Anti-Porn Edition

Last week on the Sexist, CHOMP!
1. Examiner Called on Sexual Assault Coverage, in which Tweets are twittered.
2. Talking Sex, With Kink Educators And Anti-Porn Activists, in which anti-porn people talk dirty.
3. The Morning After: Eyes on Road, Hand on Crotch Edition, in which drivers multitask.
4. The Groper's Path of Least Resistance, in which a gay [...]

The Week’s Most Popular Blog Posts: Fetal Fence Edition

Last week on the Sexist:
1. Barrier Method: How a 42-inch Fence is Threatening Our Nation's Unborn, in which Planned Parenthood protesters lose 40 feet of holy land.
2. Why Wedding Weight Loss Isn't About "Health," in which brides compete to be "healthy" enough to be loved.
3. Miss D.C. Jen Corey on Groping, Cat-Calling, and Smack-Downs, in [...]

The Week’s Most Popular Blog Posts: Fetal Turf War Edition

Last week on the Sexist, we protested, we profited, and we made some porn in the privacy of our own homes:
1. Anti-Abortion Activist Gets Arrested, Attention, in which fetus advocates fight for 40 feet of footpath.
2. For Better. For Worse. For Profit?, in which businesses in D.C.'s new gay wedding industry compete to profit from [...]

The Week’s Most Popular Blog Posts: Rankled Edition

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This week on the Sexist, we're not players we just fuck a lot.
1. Come for the Pizza, Stay for the Deconstruction of Masculinity, in which feminism is also delicious!
2. Metro Sexual: When Transit Employees Harass, in which passenger breast commentary is not a part of the public employee's job description.
3. An Illustrated History of Male [...]

The Week’s Most Popular Blog Posts: Body-Slam Edition

Last week on the Sexist:
1. Miss D.C. Meets Grope With Body-Slam, in which local beauty queen Jen Corey practices self-defense against entitled douchebags.
2. Come for the Pizza, Stay for the Deconstruction of Masculinity, in which the way to a man's is through his stomach.
3. How Feminists Ruined Menstruation and Other Insights of a Dude Psychologist, [...]

The Week’s Most Popular Blog Posts: Aging Bigots Edition

Last week on the Sexist:
1. Lena Chen on Assault by Photograph, in which the lovely Lena gives a first-hand account of being on the receiving end of Internet slut-shaming.
2. But Was She Wearing High Heels?, in which defense attorneys victim-blame.
3. Who Did Elena Kagan Take to Prom, and Other Exercises in Heterosexism. Also: She played [...]

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