Posts Tagged ‘nudity’

Huffington Post Swimsuit Edition Goes Gender-Neutral

The Huffington Post's latest foray into celebrity eye-candy linkbait, "Iconic Swimsuit Movie Moments," comes in two flavors: Male and Female.
The Huffington Post, it seems, has tired of just fetishizing female bodies, and has moved onto more equal-opportunity objectification. Since it's too much to ask for a Web site to refrain from objectifying any humans, is [...]

Huffington Post Sexism Goes Green

Hey, this isn't the exploitation I signed up for!
The Huffington Post has finally discovered the porthole through which its sexist entertainment content can jump off of the Entertainment page and onto more explicitly political verticals. What is this valuable new discovery which suddenly makes sexy naked women so politically relevant? It starts with a P, [...]

Fox News Double Standard Video Corner

I missed this segment last week, when the Daily Show skewered Fox News for making a stink about Sasha Baron Cohen's bare-ass Bruno stunt on MTV, and then staging a lingerie football party full of female T&A. It turns out you don't have to be a liberal to support nudity from females while shunning [...]

Naked Wizard Tasered at Coachella

Naked Wizard Tased By Reality from Tracy Anderson on Vimeo.
Since Arthur Delaney has already produced the definitive narration of the Coachella tasered wizard video (above), I will take a page from the Huffington Post manual and aggregate his brilliant retelling here:
The police officers beg and plead for the man to put on his robes, but [...]

Nude Co-Workers: Disturbing?

The cover of the August 22, 2007 issue of Creative Loafing Tampa was a doozy. Under the guise of a "newbies" guide to Tampa Bay, the alt-weekly fronts a nude photo of editorial interns Ted Scheinman and Brian Reed. The interns stand in the sparkling depths of a man-made waterfall, their hands posed jauntily on [...]