Playboy Mogul Hugh Hefner Gave Us Conrad Hefner’s Dick and I Want It

I have to admit. I don’t really think much of the man behind Playboy. As far back as I can remember Hugh Hefner’s been off my radar. He was never young enough to be relevant to me personally nor was he accessible enough for me to take his game and turn it on him.

What I’m saying is during my party prime–Hugh M. Hefner–the brains behind the Playboy publishing empire and the man who single handedly takes credit for the sexual revolution WASN’T FUCKABLE SO HE WAS IRRELEVANT.

This is something white men can get away with. Especially semi-attractive, successful ones. Which is probably why Hugh was linked to buxom beautiful babes until the day he died. Image is everything. But I think you have to consider that even when “Girls Next Door” was at it’s peak–Hugh was a fucking fossil.

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Wonder Woman’s Gal Gadot Debuts Kick Ass New Trailer At MTV Movie & TV Awards

My favorite female protagonist is Ripley from the Alien franchise. She’s a woman who’s tough, but kind. She never wavers in the face of danger, and always admits she’s scared which is what helps her find the strength to do what needs to be done. Characters like Ripley speak to my soul and I have been searching for them my entire life.

Fortunately for me (and hopfully you too), the Wonder Woman trailer dropped Sunday evening at the 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards, reminding me I am, perhaps, only slightly out of touch since I opted out of watching the show (oops). I did however watch the trailer the second it was online. Guys, it does not disappoint.

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Anna Biller’s The Love Witch Uses Sex Magic To Cast A Spell On The Patriarchy

The Love Witch is a wet dream I once had about being allowed to be both famous and authentically myself. I wish I could take credit for the film but the unfettered genius of both the film’s visual aspect and the clear cut way women are presented belongs to writer/director, Anna Biller. The Love Witch is feminist filmmaking at it’s finest. There were so many moments where I had to stand up and look at my friends, as if to say, “Can you believe someone is finally talking about this, finally!?” It’s an incredibly interesting feminist commentary on the patriarchy’s fears of women, especially beautiful women, and the power men allow them to have. The Love Witch is, all at once, the perfect post feminist fantasy highlighting female freedom from men.

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