Rachel Dolezal’s kid is amazing!

Rachel Dolezal’s kid is amazing!

Inexplicably, and without wanting the fame, Dolezal has found herself in the public eye as cultural enemy number one, a person who has done one of the rarest things you can do in our polarized society, where everyone who isn’t us is either a hipster or a culture warrior, a racist or a SJW, a misogynist or a feminazi: she’s managed to offend everyone.

50 Shades of Grey helps me understand why I never trusted the movie adaptation of Secretary

50 Shades of Grey helps me understand why I never trusted the movie adaptation of Secretary

If in Orwell’s 1984, the future is “a boot stamping on a human face—for ever,” our present is one in which our bosses make us lick their boots, and then trick us into thinking a few dirty coins make this not a misery, but a privilege. We shouldn’t be using James Spader and Maggie Gyllenhall to make it look, even in a minor way, like that’s something that can be reworked into a positive.

A Rrose in a Prose is tomorrow!

A Rrose in a Prose is tomorrow!

The good news is, we’ve added Drew Denny to the bill! You may remember Drew from such media as print, film, and the fine art world–she’s exhibited ecology-minded art environments in multiple continents, has been an editor and frequent contributor to L.A. RECORD, and has recently been going around promoting her very amazing independent film, The Most Fun I Ever Had With My Pants On, which she wrote, directed, and starred in.