The model and cookbook author mocked her husband’s new accolade on Twitter.
The Rupert Murdoch-owned newspaper's placement of a dancing cockatoo picture was described as a “juxtapositioning masterclass.”
A glitch has been fixed, but has it stopped the problem?
Now, I have a thick skin. Sometimes I think it's a little bit too thick. I know she's not going to harm me, she's just a pitiful Twitter troll with nothing better to do. Her words don't offend me, if anything I'm finding it all laughable the very fact that someone would go out of their way to send me these tweets was as ridiculous as it was amusing.
Rape culture is so prevalent we are desensitized to it. When you ignore it, brush it off, or excuse it, you are complicit. You are condoning behavior when you excuse the words about the behavior.
Good job, Instagram, for making the change.
Mean Girls, Clueless, Heathers? In these films, insecurity festered within "popular" beauty queens and jocks, pelting body shaming quips at protagonists that were "just like us." While this behavior had been taking place before then, these films represent a thread of films that preceded the Internet.
In news articles about sexual assault, 1 in 4 comments blame the victim.