This piece on avoiding prison rape is very well done, sober and intelligent, with no ins for unintentional humor. It's a serious issue. It bothers me that otherwise smart, compassionate people joke around about how people are going to get raped in prison like it's okay. It's not. Rape is cruel and unusual punishment, it's un-American and it should never happen in prison to anyone...
This guy's cute but what an idiot. Like some (mostly younger? because they've grown up in a world gripped by conspiracy theories?) others, he openly suggests Madonna's fall at the Brits was staged. I mean, you'd have to be a complete idiot to think that for one second upon viewing that tape. Madonna was forcefully dragged backwards off of three steps and fell on her ass in mid-sentence. There's no way she could have rehearsed that safely. It's obnoxious, but it's also incredibly stupid, to think such a thing because while one might understand being cynical in general, the fact that common sense can be thrown out the window is scary.
Meanwhile, this is incredibly creative and not unkind, a funny way to laugh off what happened. I think Madonna should use it on tour.
— cyriak harris (@cyriakharris) February 26, 2015
The infamous Jihadi John has been IDed. Will be satisfying to read when his head is blown off.
Gotta agree...no capes!
So glad Madonna's fine and that rational, empathetic human beings realize mistakes happen and that she did well under the circumstances. Nice shoot-outs from Cher, Elvira, Boy George, Adam Lambert, Liza Minnelli and others on social media.
Still so many nut jobs in the world talking about how it was staged, insisting she was lip-synching (I guess a lot of people with zero showbiz experience fail to realize that a light track with a hot mic is not lip-synching), saying she's an Illuminati witch or—more mundanely—insisting this had anything to do with her age. So may gay people joining in the bashing. Madonna may not be your cup of tea, but she isn't your enemy. Pathetic.
This is the latest in a series of posts by The Underwear Expert.
The Underwear Expert made it’s most recent venture to Las Vegas last week to get the latest on all the new collections the 50+ brands exhibiting had to offer. In that week, we made stops along the Vegas Strip visiting multiple shows including CurveNV, Liberty Fashion & Lifestyle Fairs, Pool Trade Show, Magic Men’s, and Project Las Vegas and we’ve gathered some of our favorite moments, as well as collections to share with you.
If there is one thing we can promise to you right now, it’s that 2015 will most certainly not be a boring year– that is, in the world of men’s underwear, and we know you’ll agree after seeing these various bold, innovative looks.
At Magic Market Week, we saw a majority of the underwear brands including Papi, Jack Adams, Freedom Reigns and Mosmann. Hosted at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center, we saw more complex fabrications, sophisticated patterns, as well as a return to classics with a hint modernity all trending throughout many of the brands’ latest collections.
Being The Underwear Expert means several things, and one of those is– we had unrivaled entry to everything going on, from Gregg Homme’s sultry, seductive SS14 campaign photos and video, to new swimwear by a new brand Radical Element. We even got to see what 2(X)IST had to offer not only for Spring/Summer, but for Fall/Winter of 2015, by the designer himself Jason Scarlatti. Judging by the model in the photo, it’s going to be one hell of a great year!