It will be a cold day in hell I am going to worry about the poor widdle men and "their" feelings.
I stopped making men and tending to "their needs" the center of my universe many, many years ago.
If they don't like it, they can go to hell.
Why is a jackass MAN being asked to write about an article about PMS when he has no clue whatsoever about whether it is physical or "cultural"?
I know goddamned well having gone through it from 1969 to 2006 that it wasn't in my head, and it wasn't "society."
Meet an attorney who is fighting revenge porn.
Obituary: I was watching the pilot episode of my DVD of The Man from U.N.C.L.E., and was watching a love scene by guest star Fritz Weaver. I went to look him up on Google, thinking he was still alive, but sure enough, he passed away at the age of 90 on Saturday.
He was everywhere on television during its first two decades, plus he distinguished himself as a stage actor, including winning a Tony award.
When I watch television shows from the 1950s and 1960s, it is fun to see who was in there who would later become big stars. However, those people who were in what could called the "stock company" for those studios producing these shows are even more interesting.
Weaver, who had a distinctive voice and physical presence, was especially known for his pair of Twilight Zone appearances "Third from the Sun" and "The Obsolete Man."