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Rich White Dude Vince Vaughn Wants to Tell You How 'Racist' Affirmative Action Is

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | February 12, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | February 12, 2015 |

David Letterman, Jon Stewart, and Stephen Colbert have a small army of Emmys between them, but who was the last person to win a late night Emmy who wasn’t one of those three? I’ll bet you be surprised. (Uproxx)

This “Hot Dudes Reading” Instagram has been making the rounds and I find it equal parts laughable (reading should not be such a novelty!) and ovary-squeezing. It was subway platform dude that did me in. (HuffPo)

Reporters and red carpet hosts are notorious for asking stupid sexist questions to women. Here are 10 times celebrities called them on it in FANTASTIC fashions. Cate Blanchett, marry me please. (BF)

Cuba Gooding Jr. is on a frat boy-esque bender. The latest incident involves him flashing his abs at people, then grabbing a waiter and making him cry. Classy. (Page Six)

Vince Vaughn, wealthy white dude and noted all-around horrible person, thinks affirmative action is just racism. Cause things work out so well for everyone (read: him) when no one talks about race. (Celebitchy)

This moment by moment breakdown of the first sex scene in 50 Shades of Grey is everything. Take for instance, “Dornan unbuttons his shirt… [His] pecs are also studded with character-relevant scars that look like nothing so much as cat nipples. So every time he goes shirtless, it’s both sexy and confusing … which, let’s be honest, is sort of Fifty Shades of Grey in a nutshell.” (Vulture)

Speaking of cold, dead fish, here’s a naked Helena Bonham Carter hugging one for… charity? That just looks so uncomfortable. I’d give money to whatever charity promises never to make her do this again. (DListed)

The men’s rights movement responded to this week’s Parks and Recreation episode and it all goes just about how you would expect, right down to the Gandhi quote. (Uproxx)

Rat Queen’s new artist finally explains the rationale behind the stupidly skimpy outfits of female comic book characters! (Mary Sue)

Let Rebecca tell you about the weird connection between demon worship and the poor, misunderstood potato. (Phactual)

Even though it received mixed reviews, Melina loved the mystery of J. K. Rowling’s first non-Harry Potter novel, The Cuckoo’s Calling. Thankfully it wasn’t a one off, and Melina happily gave The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith (aka Rowling) a 4-star review. When does the next one come out? (Cannonball Read 7)

It’s just amazing how well Obama understands the internet.

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