“Whether or not it was an oversight, it is egregious, dumb and mean to deprive female comics of the exposure, the work, and the access to delicious breakfast tacos that a slot on the SXSW comedy lineup brings along with it.”—
Just curious as to why the internet hasn’t been freaking out about this week’s NYMag article, wherein the guy from FOUND Magazine admits, with no shame, that he couldn’t come inside of a lady—even with Neil Young playing—because of pornography?
This article is cray-nanas. I appreciate the Ghostbusters metaphor near the end of it, but I guess I never before had to think about Davy Rothbart “pumping away” in a “dried-out condom” and his essay made me geniunely concerned about the state of men —and of the trend piece— more than it made me any more worried about internet porn.
Also, worst mention of Reboot and “unplugging” ever. Somebody contact the Anti-Defamation league! They need to know that a reputable Jewish organization is indirectly responsible for the “happy ending” of this article (Davy Rothbart finally comes inside of a lady).
“It’s a really good dance and I hope people start doing it. I like novelty songs – they’re all through my movies – and I like rap. Maybe that’s why I really liked it. A novelty rap song – a new genre!”—