WTF of the Week: Rep. Virginia Foxx (R- North Carolina – 5th District- Winston-Salem, Mount Airy)

Rep. Virginia Foxx decided she should add her two cents this week when the House was voting on the Matthew Shepard Hate Crime Bill. This bill includes sexual orientation, gender identity and mental or physical disability and expands federal jurisdiction in such crimes. The matronly Rep. Foxx decided to avoid easy targets such as what is hate crime, isn’t all crime hate induced, do you think this suit makes me look butch?

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Celebrity Smackdown: The porn industry

We have been talking about sex this week and nothing can substitute for good sex like a good rant. And this week’s smackdown we are going big. What did you ask? Going after the Pope wasn’t big enough? No. Unfortunately, our subject for this week’s Celebrity Smackdown is bigger than the pontiff and Disney combined. They are constantly pushing people to raise the bar and more is better. That’s right, we are going after the porn industry and God help us if that tape we made 19 years ago ever gets leaked.

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Sexy Time

Happy Monday everybody! This is a fantastic week and we are already excited. We’ve got so much going on. Aside from writing for our blog 6 days a week, we also have the launch of our first book, ‘Dysaffirmations: Because this kind of stupid takes work!’ The book is a collection of some of our dysaffirmations and includes a Misery Worksheet. We are also awaiting the results of the Mother of all Bloggers contest for which Lee was nominated. And we are holding a contest for subscriptions (Facebook group, Twitter, etc). The person with the most referrals gets a signed book! The winner will be announced on our first radio show on May 7th, National Mom’s Nite Out! With so much to do, who has time for sex?

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And now…Dad Logic.

Reading Lee’s post yesterday on Mom Logic, it started us thinking of Dad logic. So, in an attempt at Lustitian balance, we would like to probe the depths of Dad logic, all 4 centimeters of them. If moms are mysterious then dads are obvious. Where moms live in the grey mystery of functional emotion, dads offer the black and white of day-to-day reality. Dads are the ‘pull my finger’ Confucius of the family to compliment the deep wisdoms offered by the momma.

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