Yes to Sex is a brand new app that attempts to solve the problem of gaining verifiable proof that two adults consented to sex, and didn’t just make a poor choice to brag to his jock friends or rebel against daddy leaving. Gaining legal consent typically involves a litigious mindset and a love of paperwork, but the Yes to Sex app tries to make it easy by giving users colorful multiple choice questions and wacky fonts. It seems geared to be approachable by either pre-teens or extremely drunk individuals. No one will fault them for not knowing their audience. So, we try to consent to sex on the show using the app. Is it easy enough to use “in the heat of the moment” while intoxicated? Listen to what happens and be the judge, but if multiple option workflows and ER diagrams don’t make you excited, you’re probably going to lose your rod before you get halfway through this thing.
Amber Rayne was a porn star loved by many while they loved themselves. She accused James Deen of rape while filming a scene, and she and James laughed about it as friends later on, because what’s a little rape between friends? Well, she died, the cause as of yet unknown, though some people close to her and people with common sense are suspecting drugs. People are upset that she is simply referred to in headlines as the porn star who accused James Deen of rape; they think her name should be used. Whether they mean her real name or her porn star name, we’re not sure. Much like my schlong, Amber Rayne is making social justice hard.
The Gap is a store where white people shop for overpriced clothing made by Taiwanese toddlers, so it was a great injustice when they put out an ad featuring a modeling ensemble that included a black girl under the resting arm of a white girl. This is racism in its most obvious form; the not real form. There’s plenty of real racism in the world, SJWs – focus on that. Or the children stitching the clothes being bought there, you could focus on that too… but that may be a little too much real justice. You might have to rethink where you buy your clothes, and that’s more than you can accomplish with a hashtag.