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Women Should Get Their Own Unique Stories, But A Female Bond Is Also Good

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | February 13, 2018 |

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | February 13, 2018 |

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I love Rachel Weisz, but her latest comment about not re-imaging the James Bond character as a female because it lacks creativity stung a little. She’s certainly right that “women are really fascinating and interesting and should get their own stories” of course, but *why not both gif*. (Dlisted)

Happy Galentine’s Day to all the lovely land mermaids of Pajibaland. My gift to you is a video of Donald Glover in a new Atlanta trailer. You’re welcome. (Rolling Stone)

I hope that Diane Kruger unfollowing Norman Reedus on Instagram is monitored by a simple computer rule, and not, like, a staffer. Because boy howdy, that would be a terrible job. (Lainey Gossip)

Here’s the opening line in Sean Hannity’s latest bout of crazy: “The widening scandal surrounding former President Barack Obama’s official portrait continued to swirl on Tuesday, with shocking allegations the artist included ‘secret sperm cells’ within the painting.” Ha ha ha ha ha. There’s photographic evidence of Obama’s “perversion,” too. It is unbelievable how people actually take this man seriously. (Hannity)


If you’re looking for Valentine’s Day Netflix and Chill options, Chris Rock’s stand up will be available tomorrow. (The Root)

Have you heard of La Mer, the super pricey moisturizer celebrities swear by? Kate Hudson decided that wasn’t enough so she added a bit of woo. (Celebitchy)

Haven’t seen all the Oscar-nominated movies? Here is a list of where you can stream them. (Vulture)

Six comedians share their best and worst love stories (including my boos Erin Gibson and Bryan Safi). (The Guardian)

I was really excited about this “Why We’re Drowning in Protein” headline, but it turns out this article is mostly about the rise of Muscle Milk. It’s still a good read, but just not what I was expecting to find. (Eater)

Have you ever wondered what Holden Caulfield’s Tinder profile would say? Wonder no more! (McSweeney’s)

To those of you who had the misfortune of having a friendship or relationship with a raging narcissist, this is the absolute best advice I have ever read for how to move past that experience. (The Cut)

These space infographics are asking to be printed and framed. (5Things)

Local news stations are always good for a laugh. Chicago’s ABC 7 news confused Pyeongchang with P.F. Chang’s. (The Wrap)

Photos from the Oscar de la Renta show at New York Fashion Week. Get your drool wipes ready. (GFY)

Mikhail Baryshnikov’s Dominican Republic home is gorgeous. How do we get on the invite list? (T&C)

After reading Richard Wright’s Native Son, vel veeter feels like not enough has changed. "Although some of the legal logic that places him in such a precarious position in the novel has shifted in this country, it’s so very clear that the cultural logic has stayed much the same." Have you read this classic American novel? (Cannonball Read 10)

Ursula lives in Chicago and likes potatoes very much. You can follow her here.

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