Brunch Hard

Oh, it's that AMAZING time of year when you get to turn to your friends and say, "should we get a table outside?" This week was all sorts of fun! Catch up on a few of the twists, turns and twirls throughout the web that we found worth sharing.

Let's get that table in the corner over there, I call the shade...


Sarah Jayne

-Elephant on the patio, we should probably talk about Lulu , eh? A new app slated as "the smart girls' app for private recommendations and reviews on guys." Basically an app that allows one to anonymously post past experience and knowledge regarding their male Facebook friends. Some pretty dead on criticism of the app here . And some pretty interesting criticism of the criticism here . I guess this sort of thing is going to happen whether we like it or not but do they really need to say this is in service of "female empowerment?" ...Nope, not in a million years.

-At this point, Amanda Hess could release a transcript of a Rand Paul filibuster practice session and we'd read it with enthusiasm. The woman does. no. wrong. Needless to say, her profile "Stoya, Pop Star of Porn " in the Village Voice is perfect. It's a fun read: a feminist engineer mom, her former subway sandwich artist daughter (turned undeniably addictive adult film megastar) and an apartment superintendent that does hair? Stoya, please let us know if anything opens up in the building...

-Bassem Youssef (often described as Egypt's Jon Stewart) was named as one of Time 100 Most Influential People. His speech is so sweet and inspiring. Worth a look...   

-Oh, girl. Come here, let's just drink tea (meh, wine) in big sweaters. Claire Boucher (Grimes, ya'll!) is letting it all out on her Tumblr and it's beautiful and a little heartbreaking too.

-Staying in for breakfast today? (one too much, my dear?) You HAVE to read this wildly bonkers story regarding the indictment of 13 correctional officers. "Four corrections officers became pregnant by one inmate. Two of them got tattoos of the inmate’s first name, Tavon — one on her neck, the other on a wrist." ...I think even the development team at Lifetime Movies is saying, "Wait, what?"

-Updated medical examination standards for sexual assault cases were released this week . Most changes have been made to work toward a more supportive network of care for the victim. Full guideline can be found here .

Whatcha think?

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