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After ‘Me and my vulva’ photostory man tried to stand up for vernacular vagina vs vulva; it didn’t go well

13th February 2019
Photographs of vulva by Laura Dodsworth, image via The Guardian article

After ‘Me and my vulva’ photostory in The Guardian a man tried to stand up for vernacular vagina vs vulva; It didn’t go well. But did his postulation regarding semantics deserve a title of “mansplaining” with this time last year Cosmo still looking for a “less-technical term” nickname for vaginas rather than their vulvas?

Amazon’s Jeff Bezos says National Enquirer is blackmailing him with nude photos

7th February 2019
Jeff Bezos/Lauren Sánchez

After his marriage broke up over an affair last month Jeff Bezos allegesthat “top people” at The National Enquirer tried to blackmail him by threatening to publish nude photos unless the Amazon chief ended an investigation into how the publication obtained text messages between him and his girlfriend Lauren Sánchez.

Ariana Grande sets new UK record for most streams in a week amid claims of cultural appropriation

25th January 2019
Ariana Grande, image: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for iHeartMedia via The Guardian article

The “7 Rings” track, which interpolates My Favourite Things on a tale of impulsive jewellery shopping, was streamed 16.9m times, beating the previous record-holder, Mariah Carey’s All I Want for Christmas Is You, which had 15.3m streams one week in December 2018, but along with claims of “swag” stealing from Soulja Boy and Princess Nokia many on social media regard the music video as exploiting Japanese/east Asian culture for “aesthetic purposes”.

Matt Hancock threatens to ban social media over teen’s suicide—and possibly bruised ego he is still baring

28th January 2019
Matt Hancock: “And I’m not laying out any biscuits for them this time.”

With now Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Hancock saying “If we think they need to do things they are refusing to do, then we can and we must legislate” but how much are his threats coloured from having to admit back in May last year on the same program that the government does not have the power it needs over social media companies when ten out of fourteen social media companies snubbed his invitation for talks on making the web safer in the wake of the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica scandal?

Kylie Jenner dethroned as most-liked snap Insta-queen by an egg

14th January 2019
world_record_egg: Let’s set a world record together and get the most liked post on Instagram.

Queen of selfies and all things Instagram, Kylie Jenner has been dethroned by an egg with that goal receiving a whopping 26 million likes within just a week and a half. Part public protest at the Kardashian-Jenner cultural bogeywomen, has the anonymous poster now been named?

R. Kelly under criminal investigation following ‘Surviving R. Kelly’ docuseries

12th January 2019
Protesters at R. Kelly’s Chicago studio, image: Scott Olson/Getty Images via BuzzFeed article

With sources saying the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office has opened an investigation into allegations made against the singer in the Surviving R. Kelly docuseries and with his music shunned by radio and fellow artists and dropped by Sony after mounting #MuteRKelly protests.

Pick of… best of 2018

31st December 2018
Pick of… best of 2018

My pick of the best stories of 2018.


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