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Emily Blunt Thinks This Whole 'Sexism' Thing Wouldn't Be So Bad If We Didn't Talk About It So Much

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | October 16, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | October 16, 2015 |

A certain Pajiba writer’s sister’s play premiered this weekend, and Lupita Nyong’o was a sparkly dream. (Go Fug Yourself)

It feels condescending to call a grown man and a distinguished politician “adorable,” but what am I supposed to do when Bernie Sanders continues to be straight-up ADORABLE? (Celebitchy)

Emily Blunt says she’s experienced sexism, but not that often, and talking about it only makes it worse. Does someone want to explain to her that institutionalized sexism is not a Kardashian? You don’t have to feel bad about bringing attention to it. (BBC)

What’s it like to have your face become a meme? Here’s the untold story of the Ermahgerd Girl. (Vanity Fair)

Homeland hired some graffiti artists to make their set more authentic. Those artists, as it turned out, are not fans of what they see as the offensive and racist show, and they said so. In that graffiti. (CNN)

This 103-year-old woman dressed like Wonder Woman for her birthday, but really, when you’re 103 and your friends have nicknamed you “The Barmaid,” you deserve to dress like Wonder Woman every single day. (Mashable)

I really wish I had done better on this quiz of Who Said It: Ben Carson or Mac From It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia? I wanted to score a whole lot higher, both as a Sunny fan and as a person who lives in a world shared by Carson. (Cafe)

Oh, you know… just a normal vacation with the Jolie-Pitts. (Lainey)

A look inside the world of twee vegan homeschooled Instagram-obsessed Millennial parenthood. (Time)

What it’s like to dig for dinosaur bones. (The Atlantic)

It’s one thing to fangirl all over your favorite series, but quite another to talk about it in an intellectual and academic manner. This is what Cannonballer bonnie found to be the challenge - managing that balance. And the essays in Harry Potter and Philosophy: If Aristotle Ran Hogwarts manage that balance really, really well. She highly recommends this book of essays, "…that demonstrate the breadth and depth of learning and faith-building that can occur when young and old minds engage in the philosophical ideas behind this series." (Cannonball Read 7)

Happy Friday! Remember to take care of yourself in this eat-or-be-eaten world!

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