Fuckin’ SEPTA in Philadelphia…
Fuckin’ SEPTA in Philadelphia…
What the fuck Instagram?? Does this mean you’re taking down every post of a chick who isn’t wearing a bra under her shirt too? Or any of the other softcore porn all over Instagram? I would hope not but then don’t deny this guy of his glory. So what if it looks like he’s got a banana in his pocket–for all you know that’s exactly what it is. Jon Hamm over here was on his way to Instafame and now he’s been relegated to a blog post. No Justice, No Peace! Just remember… #BigDickedLivesMatter
Mirror: This is the moment a self-proclaimed feminist confronted a man, accusing him of secretly filming her as she slept on a train. Tegan Portener, 22, said she had just woken from a nap on a train from Sydney, Australia, when she spotted an iPhone poking out from under a seat in front. Realising the device was being operated by a man – who she assumed was filming her – she took out her own phone and recorded him in the alleged act. Her footage appears to show the man pointing the camera in her direction from under the seat before repositioning the phone to get a better shot. Outraged over the incident, Tegan posted the clip on Facebook. Her post has been shared more than 6,200 times in just under 48 hours. A 30-year-old man was arrested on Wednesday in connection with the incident. Police said he was charged with filming a person’s private parts without consent and offensive conduct. He was taken to Cessnock police station in New South Wales. Officers are examining phones and hard drives seized from his property. He was granted bail and is due to appear before Toronto Local Court on April 20.
HuffPost: A retired teacher in Guangzhou, China allegedly brutally attacked a younger man in a squabble over a subway seat on Monday, repeatedly biting him until both men were covered in blood. The incident was caught on tape by a female passenger, who uploaded the clip to Chinese website Sina Weibo, China Daily reports. The older man, a 67-year-old who has been identified only as “Chen,” boarded the subway at around 8:30 a.m., according to . The younger man, a 28-year-old identified as “Wu,” reportedly shoved Chen out of the way as he scrambled to get a seat. Chen then began chastising Wu for not respecting his elders, a witness told New Express Daily, according to China Daily’s translation. The woman says the older man then punched Wu, resulting in a physical fight that ended with the biting scene in the video.
The witness noted that bystanders initially did try to break up the fight, but it quickly became so violent that they were frightened away. Both Chen and Wu suffered only minor injuries, according to zombie apocalypse training offered by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, just to be safe.nslation of the Southern Metropolis Daily.Neither man is facing charges, and both reportedly apologize for their actions. Even so, residents of Guangzhou may want to consider seeing if they can get in on the
Mic.com: Roughly half of the human population menstruates at some point in their lives. Women know this. Men know this. And yet, few talk about it openly. From an early age, we’re taught that periods are disgraceful and dirty, leaving women feeling embarrassed and alone. That’s one reason why Thinx, a menstrual underwear company “committed to breaking the taboo around menstruation,” decided to propose a provocative new advertising campaign for the New York City subway, which acknowledges upfront how frequently periods are shrouded in silence and shame. According to Thinx co-founder and CEO Miki Agrawal, the campaign pushes the envelope with purpose, relying on suggestive imagery as a way to start a conversation about menstruation stigma. One of the ads shows a photo of a cracked egg, an allusion to the unfertilized eggs expelled during menstruation. Another features a woman in a tank top and underwear, next to a picture of a grapefruit.
“If you look, it could potentially be a vagina, but it’s clearly a grapefruit,” Agrawal told Mic.
That apparently didn’t matter, however, to the gatekeepers who reportedly objected to Thinx’s proposal — not only because of the innuendo in the ads, but allegedly because they also contained the word “period.”
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