While fans of Rick and Morty are still dealing with the bittersweet reality of waiting for more episodes, a group of die-hard fans experienced the bittersweet conclusion to another show by series co-creator, Dan Harmon. Announcing, via Twitter, that, “All good things must come to an end…” the seven year
By Emma VosCaitlin Kunkel, Brooke Preston, Fiona Taylor and Carrie Wittmer’s new collection of witty erotica will leave you lustful because there’s nothing sexier than equality.The four authors, founders of comedy and satire site The Belladonna, compiled New Erotica for Feminists: Satirical Fantasies of Love, Lust and
All other factors – health, partner, capacity – being optimal, we see pregnancy as an ultimate goalpost on the road of ‘womanhood’. The idea that you might not want children begs an explanation because the default setting must be yes. And conversations around pregnancy, the say-it-at-a-dinner-party ones, not the ones
By Dorri OldsThe global human rights organization Breakthrough works to “change the attitudes and assumptions around gender that lead to violence and discrimination.” This year is their 4th annual Dudes Against Violence Against Women Because DUH. Featuring comedians from beloved shows including 30 Rock and The Daily Show, the evening
By Mark Jason WilliamsI was excited about going to England for my one-year wedding anniversary this week–until the Royal Wedding eclipsed our celebration.We chose London because of its significant role in our relationship. Three years ago, a misty Christmas night in Mayfair inspired me to propose to
By Bob Brody Nobody plays the blues — hardcore, bad-ass, barrelhouse, belt-it-out, down-and-dirty, gut-bucket blues — better than a kid who grew up upper-middle-class. Nobody. Face it: the suburbs are the true home of the blues. Exploring The Blues Now, granted, most true-blue blues men come from New Orleans or
In preparation for our upcoming CANNABIS print issue (due in November), we’re kicking off our theme with this review of the new Netflix series Disjointed, co-created by sitcom giant Chuck Lorre and starring Kathy Bates. Film critic and Honeysuckle columnist Moxie McMurder weighs in on the controversial show.