Conservative Blogger Turns Hurricane Harvey Picture Into Sexist Propaganda, Gets Shut Down by Entire Internet

Conservative blogger Matt Walsh (not to be confused with delightful actor Matt Walsh) has made a living off of pandering to the most judgemental ring-wing factions of the internet, heading up the campaign against “snowflakes” and “safe spaces” and all the other things joyless, narcissistic trolls mock because they think empathy is a character flaw. Normally, I wouldn’t waste the energy of these keystrokes on Walsh, but it sure is fun to see him get annihilated by a whole lot of people far smarter and funnier than he could ever hope to be.

As southern Texas still reels from the destruction caused by Hurricane Harvey, with thousands displaced from their homes and at least 20 (some reports say 30) people dead, Walsh thought this would be a good time to remind his audience that the real villain here is those damn liberal values.

Go on, bask in its awfulness, in its contextual assumptions and Matt Walsh’s total lack of relevancy. He took a picture of people battling a natural disaster and reduced it to something he heard was taught a class he never bothered to take in college.

The internet was quick to point out just how foolish Walsh looks.

It’s like he wanted it to become a meme.

But the very best response came from an actual gender studies professor, who just couldn’t help herself.

Let’s talk about what it means to see a woman as an innate caretaker, and how that translates to the rest of her life, shall we?

Culturally devaluing care work isn’t just damaging for women, either. She goes on:

And in case you’re wondering, Wolbrecht knows that Matt Walsh isn’t actually interested in a conversation on gender roles, only clicks and outrage. That doesn’t make her words less impactful.

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Jessica Chastain’s Tweet Highlights White Privilege and the Focus on “I”

Jessica Chastain has generally been a positive voice speaking out against injustice. If you look at her Twitter feed, you can see that she is someone who takes activism seriously, and tries to use her large platform for good. That’s why a recent tweet of hers in response to someone challenging her use of a Martin Luther King quote was so surprising.

It started with the tweet below, where she used a King quote about non-violence to highlight previous tweets in which she expressed her preference for non-violent protest, and cited studies and sources that say that non-violent protest is more effective in actually more effective in creating actual, lasting change. Fair enough. I totally understand having that preference and wanting to encourage it in others looking for a way to fight injustice.

A fan then challenged her use of that particular quote, especially considering the more revolutionary side of King’s activism that too few people ever want to address. Then, this exchange happened:

Whoo boy. A certain Carly Simon song is coming to mind all of a sudden…

The exchange continued a bit after that, but this is the important bit. A fan brought up a Martin Luther King Jr. quote, the same man that Chastain herself was quoting, talking about a specific type of white person, and Chastain’s gut response was to take it personally and get defensive.

This is telling for two reasons:

  1. Because she clearly sees herself as that particular kind of white moderate King is talking about, and so feels insulted that this historical figure from the Civil Rights Movement that she quoted might not be so willing to throw ally cookies her way, and
  2. It demonstrates a broader tendency within any group that has institutionalized power. The tendency to hear their own group talked about and think “I” rather than “we,” whereas marginalized people rarely have the luxury to think about themselves as individuals, because their entire group is oppressed.

I don’t doubt Chastain’s good intentions. What I doubt is how thoroughly she understands what her role as an actual ally should be, and how her own response to this demonstrates the very privilege she should be doing her part to fight against.

This Twitter fan was not insulting Chastain, they were simply reminding her of the fact that King’s work and opinions about how to fight injustice were more complicated than Chastain’s original quote, which is exactly the kind of quote that is used by non-black people to make King seem like “one of the good ones” when compared to other, more militant black activists (hello, racism! sure! Let’s all play the “model minority” game!). Chastain may not have been doing that intentionally, but someone who is as intelligent as she seems to be should certainly be able to connect her own use of that quote to the actions of the wider group. Right?

In a piece I go back to again and again, “I, Racist” by John Metta over at the Huffington Post, Metta illuminates really eloquently why the “I” vs. “we” difference between white people and non-white people is why he as a black man no longer talks to white people about racism. He says:

“Racism affects us directly because the fact that it happened at a geographically remote location or to another Black person is only a coincidence, an accident. It could just as easily happen to us- right here, right now.

Black people think in terms of we because we live in a society where the social and political structures interact with us as Black people.

White people do not think in terms of we. White people have the privilege to interact with the social and political structures of our society as individuals. You are “you,” I am “one of them.”

What they are affected by are attacks on their own character. To my aunt, the suggestion that “people in The North are racist” is an attack on her as a racist. She is unable to differentiate her participation within a racist system (upwardly mobile, not racially profiled, able to move to White suburbs, etc.) from an accusation that she, individually, is a racist. Without being able to make that differentiation, White people in general decide to vigorously defend their own personal non-racism, or point out that it doesn’t exist because they don’t see it.”

This is hugely infuriating. But that’s the thing about privilege. Privilege means having the luxury of individuality. Privilege means not feeling like everything you do has to lift up your entire community all the damn time.

What Chastain and others might try to do if they want to be better allies is try “we” on for size. Rather than being so concerned with protecting their individual reputations, they might instead recognize that they don’t exist in a vacuum; that every white person, whether they want it or not, has a certain amount of privilege, and that as a group they wield that privilege to their own benefit.

I know it sounds hypocritical. Why is it wrong to see non-white people as a group, but it’s okay to see white people that way? For the same reason that we need to assert that #BlackLivesMatter without the disclaimer that “all lives matter”; because the value of white people has never been up for debate, whereas we always seem to need reasons cited and studies posted in order to explain why non-white humans deserve to be treated like humans the way white people are treated like humans.

In other words, suck it up. If you’re more worried about being called a racist than you are about actual racism, you’re doing it wrong.

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Mattis Orders Freeze on Trans Military Ban, But That’s What He Was Ordered to Do in the First Place

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has announced that he’s still allowing trans people to serve in the military, despite the White House’s orders directing the Department of Defense to ban trans people. Mattis has said that he’s waiting for the result of a study on trans service members before he makes his final decision regarding whether they may be fit to serve or not.

In a statement, Mattis said, “Once the panel reports its recommendations and following my consultation with the secretary of Homeland Security, I will provide my advice to the president concerning implementation of his policy direction. In the interim, current policy with respect to currently serving members will remain in place.”

The thing is, as The Daily Dot points out, the ban guidelines were only going to come into effect next March, following a report from Mattis on (you guessed it) the effectiveness of trans service members. Basically, in this statement, he’s doing exactly what he was told to do by the White House, which is to wait until the panel files its report, then issue his own guidance based on that next February.

Again, as we’ve previously shared, there’s already a study out regarding trans service members. The RAND Corporation found that the presence of trans soldiers doesn’t much affect the effectiveness of their fellow troops. Moreover, it found that the cost of providing health care for these individuals was also somewhat negligible, relatively speaking, but Mattis appears to be looking for another kind of conclusion from the current study, as The Washington Post reports.

So, in short, Mattis’ announcement wasn’t anything groundbreaking, and neither was it a move to resist whatever the hell the Trump administration (read: Mike Pence) is trying to do to trans service members. More than likely we’ll see the trans ban’s alternate guidelines (no more health care, etc.) implemented before we see an outright ban on trans people. After all, as evidenced by marginalization of people in other industries, it’s easier to freeze and then force someone out by making their living situation untenable, rather than banning them outright.

As I always say, it’s disgusting to see this play out the way that it is. Trans service members deserve better, and they straight up deserve health care, pure and simple. Making it sound like an extra, burdensome cost allows for the justification of its removal, when in fact, it’s neither extra nor burdensome. It is health care. Trans health care is health care. That’s it. Nothing more, nothing less.

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Trump Team Makes the Pay Gap Go Away by Killing a Measure to Expose It. It’s Like Magic! – I see they’re experimenting with an ostrich-based solution.

Like kids in a sitcom just shoving the entire contents of a messy room into a closet that’s primed to explode, the Trump team has addressed the pay gap along the lines of gender, race, and ethnicity. For some reason, they felt it was important to kill an Obama-era measure to force companies to disclose wage information that would help find inequities. I hope someone lets the White House cleaning staff know that new administration policy holds sweeping things under the rug as the preferred solution.

The Obama administration’s initiative would’ve required employers with more than 100 workers—and federal contractors with more than 50—to disclose aggregate information on employees’ pay and hours worked, including gender, race, and ethnicity data. While collecting the data itself wouldn’t have fixed anything, it would’ve provided a valuable source of information to anyone who actually wanted to solve these problems.

That person is nowhere to be found in the Trump administration, apparently, as the order has been put under review by the Office of Management and Budget, with its implementation halted. No, not even among the administration’s supposed liberal influence could anyone seem to do anything but actively support the halting of the provision, with Ivanka Trump saying, “Ultimately, while I believe the intention was good and agree that pay transparency is important, the proposed policy would not yield the intended results. We look forward to continuing to work with [Equal Employment Opportunity Commission], [the Office of Management and Budget], Congress and all relevant stakeholders on robust policies aimed at eliminating the gender wage gap.”

So don’t make the mistake of assuming she’s just ineffective as a moderating influence—she’s actively on board with this move against pay equality and is OK with everyone knowing it. As women’s groups were quick to point out, there’s no practical reason to turn down data outside of an active disregard for any problems that might be exposed. As National Women’s Law Center CEO and President Fatima Goss Graves said in a statement, “This is not a technical tweak as they would have you believe. Make no mistake—it’s an all-out attack on equal pay.”

Meanwhile, the Trump team was, just days ago, issuing their usual lip service, proclaiming “Women’s Equality Day” on August 26. Ivanka Trump herself already lauded a similar initiative in Germany, though she predictably hedged her bets by saying, “[T]hat’s something we should all be looking at—to see the efficacy of that policy as it gets rolled out.”

Vicki Shabo, vice president for workplace policy and strategy at the National Partnership for Women and Families, made her feelings on Trump’s support of the move clear to the Huffington Post, “For somebody who has long held herself out as a champion for women and for gender equality, it’s really disappointing.” Why actually take actions to support pay equality when you can just say you do while undermining efforts to improve it? Running the government “like a business” is all about efficiency! Actions take so much effort.

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Two Women Invented a Male Business Partner & It’s Sickening How Much It Helped Their Startup

Witchsy is an online community marketplace for all kinds of cool art, ranging from whimsical to raunchy to macabre to feminist. It’s sort of like a streamlined, edgier Etsy, or if Urban Outfitters actually paid the artists whose cute ideas they steal. Best of all–since we love supporting women-run companies–Witchsy was founded by two women. Well, two women and one imaginary man.

Penelope Gazin and Kate Dwyer launched the site a year ago, and since then have found a good amount of success connecting independent artists with audiences. But from the start, they were met with the sort of sexist resistance most women in business (and pretty much every field, and life in general) are all-too familiar with. From condescending emails (one especially mansplainy email opened with the words, “Okay, girls …”) to overt sexual harassment, Gazin and Dwyer grew so tired of the sexist roadblocks, they invented a third partner: Keith Mann.

Dwyer told Fast Company that immediately, their business correspondence “was like night and day. It would take me days to get a response, but Keith could not only get a response and a status update, but also be asked if he wanted anything else or if there was anything else that Keith needed help with.”

That’s the sort of anecdote that so often gets dismissed by deniers as not being indicative of sexism, but rather just the difference between two people. Except, in this case, they’re literally the same person. The only difference is the name. No one can claim that Keith communicates better, is better at his job, or is in any way worthy of this preferential treatment.

It’s these individual interactions, rooted far more often in invisible bias than loud, deliberate misogyny, that create a wide barrier between women and the sort of professional success they strive for. Little things, like the web developer who Gazin says just, for whatever reason (we know the reason), “always addressed Keith by name. Whenever he spoke to us, he never used our names.” That may seem like a small detail, but it represents an internalized bias that has huge ramifications for women in male-dominated industries.

Gazin and Dwyer’s story is just one example of the invisible misogyny women face in business every day, the kind that can always point to the guy who “deserved” the promotion, who was “better for the job,” or just more personable/authoritative/communicative/whatever, without ever facing up to the fact the maleness, like whiteness, is perceived as an innate, unearned advantage.

Remember the story from earlier this year about the male and female coworkers who swapped names for a few weeks? They signed emails with the other’s names, and Martin R. Schneider, the man in this scenario was blown away by the difference in treatment he thought was baseline. Yet even when they took their findings to their boss, he dismissed it, saying “There are a thousand reasons why the clients could have reacted differently that way. It could be the work, the performance… you have no way of knowing.”

We do, though. We know why web developers address Keith by name but ask Gazin and Dwyer on dates. Just like we know why people with stereotypically “black” names find their job resumes at the tops of far fewer piles than those with “white” names, even when the resumes themselves are identical. Just because you can’t see this infuriating prejudice bullcrap, doesn’t mean it’s not there.

Gazin and Dwyer entered into the startup world with a great idea but admittedly little tech knowledge. That combination gets women those condescending “Okay, girls …” emails, but for Keith, that’s ambition! Branch out, try something new! Gazin says “it was very clear no one took us seriously and everybody thought we were just idiots. When ‘Keith’ contacted collaborators, they’d be like ‘Okay, bro, yeah, let’s brainstorm!”

Dwyer says they’re not getting “bent out of shape” over their Keith Mann discoveries. And while I think rage would be a perfectly acceptable response, I’m just glad they’re sharing their story. As she says, “this is clearly just part of this world that we’re in right now.” No one can fault them for a little innocent deception that both shines a light on invisible prejudices and helped them launch an awesome company.

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‘OMG TMI!’ Teen Mom’s Farrah Abraham SHOCKS fans as she shares designer vagina treatment on Instagram

Yup, this actually happened…

Farrah Abraham
‘Celebrity Big Brother: UK vs USA’ TV show, Elstree Studios, Hertfordshire, Britain – 18 Sep 2015

As a professional reality star, Farrah Abraham is known for sharing pretty much every aspect of her life with her fans.

But we think the former CBB housemate might have taken things a little bit too far after she posted pictures of herself getting a designer vagina over the weekend.

Yup, the Teen Mom star shocked EVERYONE when she documented the intimate procedure which she hopes will give her the vagina a bit of a lift.

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Sharing snaps on her Instagram account on Saturday, the 26-year-old – who gave birth to her daughter eight years ago – can be seen dressed in a silver bra as she lays down on a physician’s chair at the Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Center.

More: This Morning viewers divided over heated BOOBS debate: ‘Why are people scared of breasts?!’

Farrah also shared a video explaining how this whole vaginal rejuvenation thing works, with the nurse saying: ‘What this does is distributes little wounds through radio frequency, which kind of breaks up the collagen and forces it to restore during that healing process, so everything becomes tighter and you actually experience’.

To which the reality pro jokes: ‘Like I’m 16 again?’

The non-invasive procedure involves a cylinder and a speculum-style tool being inserted inside the vagina… Eeeek!

But the reality star is clearly happy with her new ‘lady parts’, as she captioned the pictures: ‘Loving my lady parts! #vaginalrejuvenation @beverlyhillsrejuvenationcenter’.

Although we’re not sure Farrah’s 975k followers are as impressed with the snaps as one commented: ‘TMI at its most extreme’.

Another asked: ‘WTF is this’, while a third pondered: ‘Is this a joke?!’

And a fourth slammed: ‘Seriously some things should remain private’.

Despite the criticism, the American telly star isn’t shy when it comes to discussing her surgery (or anything for that matter) as she’s previously admitted to having a nose job and her boobs done.

Each to their own, ay!

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‘I smell a rat!’ Alex Reid accuses ex Katie Price of ‘fabricating’ Kieran Hayler cheat claims to ‘make money’

Things are getting very messy for Katie and Kieran

Katie Price pretty much broke the Internet over the weekend when she made the shock claim that she’s divorcing third husband, Kieran Hayler because he had a year-long affair with their kids nanny.

But after the pair’s nanny Nikki Brown DENIED sleeping with Kieran, now Katie’s ex Alex Reid has got involved, accusing the former glamour model of creating drama just for publicity.

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‘It’s extremely convenient timing, one million per cent,’ the cage fighter told The Mirror.

‘There’s no coincidence here. This whole situation is a great money making opportunity.’

CBB winner Alex – who split from Katie in 2011 after two years together – then went on to claim he ‘felt sorry’ for the telly star’s hubby, continuing: ‘Having been in a similar situation, and understanding how difficult it must be for Kieran I feel sorry for him.

‘He’s clearly signed an NDA and anything he does say is being controlled by her.’

Kieran and Katie during happier times (Photo by David Fisher/REX/Shutterstock)

In a candid interview on Sunday, mum-of-five Katie claimed to have found ‘intimate emails’ between Nikki and Kieran which proved they’d had an affair.

More: ‘It’s all lies!’ Katie Price nanny Nikki Brown DENIES having an affair with Kieran Hayler

But Nikki has since claimed these emails were about the pair owing her money, and has slammed telly presenter Katie, 39, as ‘vile’ and ‘a liar’.

And clearly Alex is on the side of the childminder as he added: ‘There’s no factual evidence to prove what’s happened.

More: ‘They know what’s going on’: Katie Price opens up about how kids have been affected by Kieran Hayler split

‘In fact, the nanny denied everything, also claiming that Katie owes her money. Knowing Katie, it all seems very convenient. I smell a rat. She should take a lie detector test.’

Katie – who shares two children Jet, 4, and Bunny, 3, with Kieran, as well as Harvey, 15, Junior, 12, and Princess, 10, from previous relationships – recently opened up about Kieran’s sex addiction on Loose Women, telling viewers she was ‘shocked’ by the betrayal.

Katie revealed the truth about her marriage on Loose Women (ITV)

She also clarified that she hasn’t kicked Kieran, 30, out of their house and says they’ll deal with it all ‘privately’. In the meantime she wants to focus on her work as well as her horses and her children.

Let’s hope things don’t get any messier for Katie and Kieran.

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What made Love Island’s Montana Brown freak out in the bedroom?

Montana Brown totally freaked out in the bedroom last night…

Love Island beauty Montana Brown totally freaked out in the bedroom when she saw a creature dangling mid-air.

The 22-year-old, uploaded a video to her Instastory which showed the reality TV star’s messy bedroom but unlike previous celebs with messy bedrooms like Oliver Proudlock, Jess Wright and Leigh-Anne Pinnock, that isn’t what Montana wanted fans to focus on.

Instead she drew their attention to a green spider that could be seen dangling from a cobweb mid-air.

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In a panicked voice Montana said: ‘Guys, I don’t know if you guys can see but there’s a spider dangling from the ceiling, lets ignore my messy room and take note of the spider, OH MY GOD look at it, it’s hanging mid-air.’

The clip ended, which left fans wondering as to what happened to the spider.

Meanwhile, Montana can be forgiven for having a messy bedroom as she has been announced as the new brand ambassador for fashion label PrettyLittleThing.

She even revealed she was off to LA very soon for ‘an exciting venture’ with the brand, so no doubt her wardrobe is overflowing with clothes and accessories.

Montana appeared on this year’s love Island and although she didn’t win, the reality star revealed why she actually went on the show.

Mon said: ‘I thought it would be a really good platform for me to do what I want to do, I don’t know what it is yet. I just thought it would open some doors and maybe some opportunities as well.’

When she was asked if it was opportunities within the media that she was interested in, the star replied: ‘Yeah, to be in the public eye I feel like it gives you a great platform to influence the public in a good way as well.’

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Wedding bells?! Chloe Green sparks rumours she’s ENGAGED to ‘hot felon’ Jeremy Meeks with THESE photos

Do we spy a diamond?

Topshop heiress Chloe Green has sparked rumours that she’s engaged to her ‘hot felon’ boyfriend Jeremy Meeks after she was spotted with a huge diamond ring on THAT finger.

Yup, the unlikely couple haven’t been shy of packing on the PDA since going public with their relationship last month.

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But now the couple could be about to take their whirlwind romance to the next level after Jeremy posted pictures on Instagram of him and his other half snuggling up on holiday – and you can see a diamond ring on Chloe’s left hand!

As 33-year-old Jeremy – who landed a modelling contract after his mug shot went viral – stands behind his GF with his arms around her, they can both be seen smiling for the camera.

More: ‘She knew he was married’: Jeremy Meeks’ heartbroken wife SLAMS Chloe Green following kissing pics as she plans divorce

But with 26-year-old Chloe’s hand so close to the lense, all we can look at is the massive ring she’s sporting…

Another video showed the pair wearing matching black caps as they relax on the beach in Malibu with Chloe’s arms draped around her man

Jeremy – who was jailed in 2014 for grand theft and possession of a fire arm – is still legally married to his wife of eight years Melissa, but they are in the process of divorcing.

And the model caused a social media storm when photos first emerged of him kissing Chloe on a yacht in Turkey in July – with Melissa telling the Daily Mail at the time: ‘To me, that’s unforgivable.

‘My whole world has been torn apart by this. What do I tell our children? My heart is broken.’

‘My marriage wasn’t perfect but I thought it could be saved, until this happened. Of course I’m angry at her.’

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TOWIE drama! Megan McKenna and Pete Wicks SLAM Chloe Sims after she called their reunion ‘fake’

There’s a lil’ TOWIE trouble ahead of the new series…

You know what they say… ain’t no drama like a TOWIE drama.

And, ahead of the brand spankin’ new season, it’s fair to say there have been enough argy-bargy’s to fuel an entire season on it’s own.

The latest? A reignited feud between Megan McKenna and former pals Chloe Sims and Pete Wicks... yikes! *Sips tea*

As you may remember, during the last season of TOWIE we watched the very painful break-up between Megs and Pete unravel.

Throughout the series, Pete had appeared to rely on the support of close friend Chloe Sims – and the pair seemed pretty unbreakable.

However, Megan and Pete have since managed to bury the hatchet between them, having reunited their romance and even began talking marriage in the press…

And whilst we’re over the moon for the fiery duo, it’s understandable that this reunion might be a lil’ tricky for Chlo – especially after the pals had struck rockier times during the end of last season.

In fact, upon hearing the news of Pegan’s revival, Chloe had shared with The Sun: ‘My friendship with Pete ended last series’.

See: TOWIE’s Chloe Sims reveals her friendship with Pete Wicks is OVER as she hits out at rekindled romance with Megan McKenna

She then went on to allude to the couple’s make-up being ‘fake’ in her column for Star mag, sharing: ‘I think [Megan’s] doing it for the show, though. Some people are really hungry and just want the airtime!’.


Aside from a cryptic Tweet from Megs, the couple appeared to remain fairly tightlipped over Chloe’s comments.

However, the couple have now reacted to Chloe‘s statement in the press, and it’s fair to say they’re not best pleased.

Speaking with Ok!, Megan shares: ‘She doesn’t know us. If people are your true friends on the show or not, they will never say nasty things like that’.

See: TOWIE’s Megan McKenna hits back at Simon Cowell for telling her ‘Essex girls can’t sing country’

Pete added: ‘I didn’t realise she’d said that. That’s a bit of a nasty thing to say because she knows how hurt I was and how bad I felt at the time’.

Speaking of the rest of the cast reactions to their reunion, Megan then added: ‘Of we know people that might not be happy with us, then they’re not our real friends. We’ve been keeping away from all the negativity’.

Yup, fair to say we’re *very* much looking forward to the new TOWIE season…

Alice Perry

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