Almost everyone in the Bill Cosby camp has stayed silent as dozens of rape victims come forward, including Cosby himself. But the disgraced comedian’s longtime producer is finally speaking out …Read More
After Monday’s stunning New York Magazine cover featuring 35 Cosby accusers was published (and then hacked and re-posted), more stories and discussions about misogyny, sexual assault and now homophobia — both relating to Cosby and more broadly — have continued to swirl around the internet.
Camille Paglia, self-appointed feminist gadfly, is back at Salon with an interview in which she rides her various well-worn hobbyhorses into the glowing late-July sunset. Almost everything she says in this most recent (beware, there are more coming) installment — about topics like Bill Cosby, Emma Sulkowicz and the Clintons — ranges from incorrect to out of touch to genuinely insightful to extremely funny. She loves Freud, and also really loves Camille Paglia.
Well, not to be outdone in the scramble for those precious Paglia pageviews, we also talked to Paglia* about the hottest topic of the day: the hot weather we’ve been having lately. I mean seriously, it’s humid. So humid that only one thought came to mind: what does Camille Paglia think about the state of the thermometer, nay, both the thermometer and the barometer? Read on to find out.
This morning, New York Magazine hit newsstands with a stunning cover: 35 of Bill Cosby’s accusers — ranging over decades in age, thousands of miles in geography — sitting together, arrayed in rows. An empty chair on the bottom signaled those who hadn’t spoken, or the accused himself, perhaps.
The Daily Dot reports that last night, not long after the already highly-circulated, harrowing piece containing the accounts of 35 women who’ve accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault went up on New York Magazine‘s website, the magazine’s website was hacked.
CNN reports that the California Supreme Court has made it possible for Judith Huth’s suit against Cosby to move into litigation — a “huge, huge victory,” according to Huth’s attorney, Gloria Allred, who’s planning a deposition for Cosby sometime in the next 30 days.
The unflattering portrait of Bill Cosby as a calculated womanizer who plied dates with quaaludes that emerged from an unearthed deposition shows nothing criminal, his legal defense team …Read More
Last night, 47-year-old Judd Apatow finally achieved 25-year-old Judd Apatow’s dream: a stand-up set on The Tonight Show. But he’s still Judd Apatow, so it probably shouldn’t come as a surprise that the closing portion of his performance, over a third of the four-minute set, was devoted to skewering Bill Cosby—a middle finger to the sitcom star/accused rapist on the network that ran The Cosby …Read More
Remember that sealed deposition that the Cosby team tried mightily — and failed — to keep from going public? Turns out the full transcript of the deposition might have been available all along.