Posts Tagged ‘most popular blog posts’

The Week’s Most Popular Blog Posts: Bitch/Tease Edition

Last week on the Sexist, we watched Precious three times, so we can't possibly be jerks:
1. Could Yeardley Love's Death Have Been Prevented by UVA Safety Tips?, in which a university responds to a domestic-violence-related murder by telling students to watch out for strangers.
2. De-Friendly Fire: American University Student Makes Facebook Rape Allegation, in which [...]

The Week’s Most Popular Blog Posts: Aesthetic Empowerment Edition

Last week on the Sexist:
1. We Know the Way to End Prison Rape. Is It Too Expensive?, in which it's not, really.
2. When Will "Aesthetic Plastic Surgery" Empower Men Too?, in which Jesus Christ makes an appearance, in the form of a bronze aesthetic surgery sculpture.
3. With Great Cleavage Comes Great Responsibility, in which boobs.

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The Week’s Most Popular Blog Posts: Inherently Slutty Boobs Edition

Last week on the Sexist:
1. Denim Day Counts All the Ways We Excuse Sexual Assault, in which sexual assaults against good girls, bad girls, drunk girls, old people, young people, all men, military personnel, prisoners, sex workers, trans women, and all GLBT people are excused away.
2. With Great Cleavage Comes Great Responsibility, in which boobs [...]

The Week’s Most Popular Blog Posts: Peeing Dildo Edition

Last week on the Sexist, we showed our commitment to the marijuana community by injecting sterile, freeze-dried urine into a realistic looking synthetic penis.
1. How to Sell Realistic Peeing Penis Dildos to Heterosexual Men, in which ... dildos, pee, you get the idea.
2. Men's Studies Too Feminist For You? Try "Male Studies", in which feminism [...]

The Week’s Most Popular Blog Posts: Elusive Rape Kit Edition

Last week on the Sexist:
1. Test Case: You're Not a Rape Victim Unless Police Say So, in which a rape victim is denied a rape kit by D.C. police.
2. Erykah Badu . . . For Genital Waxing?, in which the beauty industry attempts to capitalize off Badu's rejection of such nonsense.
3. Men's Studies Too Feminist [...]

The Week’s Most Popular Blog Posts: Looks Like I Was Too Tired to Pick an Edition Edition

Last week on the Sexist, nobody was as awesome as this guy.

1. Fucking While Feminist, With Jaclyn Friedman, always timeless.

2. American University Student Newspapers Vandalized Over "Rape Apology," in which AU anti-feminist Alex Knepper explains his take on gay sex. It involves dildos.
3. Dear Abby Takes On the "Smile, Baby" Guy, in which Abby agrees [...]

The Week’s Most Popular Blog Posts: Fucking Edition

This week on the Sexist, besides taking in this magnificent olde-tyme phallic display (above), we
1. Why Rape Isn't One Big Misunderstanding in which when you search for this post in Google, you will find the following suggestion:

2. Fucking While Feminist, With Jaclyn Friedman, in which with our powers combined, perhaps one of us can get [...]

The Week’s Most Popular Blog Posts: Pubazzling Edition

Last week on the Sexist:

1. The Problem With Defending the Sacred Choice to Vajazzle, in which in The Distant Future, Pubes Cut You!
2. Kotex Can't Say "Vagina" on TV, in which we ask ourselves, "What Is Tampon?"
3. Is $500,000 Enough to Get Anyone to Use the Female Condom?, in which rubber molds of penises and [...]

The Week’s Most Popular Blog Posts: Ayn Rand Sexual Fantasy Edition

Last week on the Sexist:
1. Rubber Barons: Why Doesn’t Your Boyfriend Know Jack About Contraception?, in which poppin' birth control pills like candy won't stop the babymakin'.
2. Deconstructing Rape Myths: On Short Skirts (On Lesbians), in which women who are into women are harassed by men to switch sexual orientations.

3. Rape Analogy: The Walking In [...]

The Week’s Most Popular Blog Posts: Guys & Birth Control Edition

This week was one of the Sexist's most-read weeks ever. Thanks for the memories:
1. Rape Analogy: The Walking in a Bad-Neighborhood" Theory, in which fancy analogies will not disguise the fact that you're blaming the victim.
2. To Avoid Funding Gay Marrieds, Catholic Charities Denies Benefits to All Spouses, in which God goes for the jugular.
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