Shame Day

Where we expect people to feel bad about the decisions they have made.

Whitewashed Bible Movies and the Christians Who Watch Them

The Post-Grad’s Job Search

Your Fave Is Problematic

Sexual Harassment, Corruption and Bullying in the RCMP

David Finch, Wonder Woman, and Feminism

John Piper

BC Government vs. BC Teachers

Hollywood’s Attempts to Remake Akira

My Fellow Marxists

The Boko Haram Kidnappings (and the reasons I postponed reporting it)

Donald Sterling, the Los Angeles Clippers, and the NBA

Michelle Malkin

Game of ThronesThe Walking Dead, and Writers Who Kill Everyone

Hollywood and Older Leading Ladies

Noah Bashers

Sun News

The White Man March

Piers Morgan

The Sochi Olympics

Candy Crush Saga

The Portrayal of Christians in Popular Media

Beyonce, Macklemore and the Grammy Backlash

Dark, Gritty Fan Art of Beloved Childhood Characters

The NSA (And Its Defenders)

Our (In)justice System

Shia LaBeouf

Megyn Kelly

Internet Bullying Harassment


Nike, Coca-Cola, and Nestle

Rob Ford and the Enbridge Pipeline Project

Avicii and “Wake Me Up”

The History Channel

How I Met Your Mother and FASD

Bob Kane

Treatment of the Poor

Save the Pearls

War as a Fashion Statement

3rd Wave Feminism

Slut-Shaming Miley

Cigarette Butts

Your Treatment of Syria


Internet Journalism



Taylor Swift, Charles Z., and The Internet

Sinfest and Feminism

Sex, Money and the Canadian Senate

Johnny Depp and The Lone Ranger

The Abortion Debate

Sequels For Sequels’ Sake

Political Ignorance

Efrain Rios Montt and Thein Sein


Nature (The Lack Thereof)

DC Comics

Africa Will Always Be Poor (And Other Racist ****)

Rick Ross and Rape Culture

Reactions to Thatcher’s Death

Cleveland Indians

Todd Kincannon



ISPs and the Six Strike System [Bonus Shame Day]

Hollywood and the VFX Industry

Porn and Racism

“Black History”

Video Game Companies


The British Monarchy

Sexual Standards

The Body Positive Movement

Yours Truly


Oh Sit!


Black Friday


Americans and the Environment

Greg Land

Concerned Women for America

NBC and Cartoon Network

Here’s Looking At You, Kid


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