Saturday, September 6, 2014

Feminism, Misogyny, Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton and Leaked Celebrity Nudes

Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Hudson, Victoria Justice and several other super hot and very talented celebrities had their nude photos stolen and then leaked to the internet this week. Was this an reprehensible invation of their privacy or should they have expected it to happen at some point? Or both?


There are so many questions that need to be answered here. Was this a sex crime? Should they be "slut-shamed" over their pics? Should men avoid looking at the pics because they were "hacked?" How good DO they look naked? Matt-Man and Jayman are here to answer all of those questions.

Also, what's up with feminism these days? Does it still exist? If it does, in what form? Is it just about hating men? Is it about women keeping other women in line? Still more complicated questions that need very serious grown-ass men to answer.

Worst of all what about the state of misogyny in American culutre? How ugly have things gotten? At what point does flirting or flattering women cross the line into creepy and offensive? Again, Matt and Jay have lots of experience in this area and are here to help.

It's also football season. You can't talk about voilence against women without discussing the NFL! Does the NFL's new domestic violence rules mean they're getting serious about this issue or is it just more garbage from their PR department? That should be an easy one to answer.


All this plus Jamie Mapleleaf and the IWS Players and hopefully YOUR CALLS! Feminists get moved to the front of the line on "Feminism, Misogyny and Leaked Celebrity Nudes" on IWS Radio Sunday at 12 Noon ET!! 


4 comments:

I'm With Stupid said...

Being the feminist that I am, I'll be there.

Matt

Gnetch said...

Another question that needs to be answered: How come I can't find their nudes on Google?

I'm With Stupid said...

Matt: Me too. I'm practically my generation's Alan Alda.

Jay

I'm With Stupid said...

Gnetch: I don't know. You can find mine on Google. hahaha ;-p

Jay