People Magazine's Coverage of the Trump Win Is Absolutely Sickening
Here we are, day two of our new nightmare hellscape.
I want to sandwich myself between Cate Blanchett and Rihanna and just live there forever. (Go Fug Yourself)
Brad Pitt has been cleared of child abuse and is timing out his reputation-saving strategy impressively well. (Lainey)
People Magazine’s coverage of Trump’s win is disgusting, in no small part because they seem to have forgotten all about that little assault incident with one of their writers. (Jezebel)
Zendaya doesn’t give a crap if people have a problem with her role in the new Spider-Man. (DListed)
This is incredibly important and horrifying: “This was the first presidential election in 50 years without the full protections of the Voting Rights Act.” (The Nation)
Dustin has some suggestions for streaming shows that will restore your faith in America. That’s a pretty bold claim, but I guess if anyone can do it, it’s Coach Taylor and Leslie Knope. (Uproxx)
Speaking of, Leslie Knope wrote us a letter. It’s perfect. (Vox)
Planned Parenthood says they’re not going anywhere.
Let’s get these words out of the way: Devastated. Angry. Shocked. Disgusted.— Planned Parenthood (@PPact) November 9, 2016
But mark these words: Planned Parenthood's doors stay open. pic.twitter.com/9XbTAu6bYS
What message did this election send to women and girls about sexual assault and our basic worth as humans? (Atlantic)
This post-it note “subway therapy” is really sweet. (Gothamist)
Mike Blu reached her CBR8 goal of a Half Cannonball on a romance with a heroine who was too stubborn to be fun. The hero of The Spinster’s Guide to Scandalous Behavior was wonderful, but "I couldn’t understand why he would continue to be nice to her." Mikki Blu may be done here, but do you have a character you want to complain about? (Cannonball Read 8)
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