I cannot wait to read Taylor Lorenz’s book, Extremely Online: The Untold Story of Fame, Influence, and Power on the Internet. She goes into early blogging, mommy bloggers, MySpace, the rise of Twitter, Instagram, and more. This is about all of us because if you’re reading this, you are probably are extremely online. I know I am. I know that I’m part of the cycle. So this is going straight to the top of the list when it comes out next week. (Vox)


Lenny Kravitz has brought back his giant scarf and my takeaway from this isn’t the scarf but the fact that he looks exactly the same with all these years in between. Like you wouldn’t have been able to tell which is the new photo and which was the old photo. (OMG Blog)

This summer, Byline Times published a thorough investigation spanning several years into Dan Wootton and his alleged sexual harassment and catfishing and extortion and general grossness. Somehow he remained on the air. This week on his trash television show he and his guest, Laurence Fox, made misogynistic comments about journalist Ava Evans. Basically they were laughing about how no man would ever want to f-ck her. There was backlash, Dan Wootton tried to apologise. He’s now, finally, been suspended. Which is certainly the desired outcome but this man has had a huge platform for a long time and he’s done so much damage, so we still need to focus on why he had those opportunities, and reflect on how those opportunities and the people who supported him shaped the way news was covered and how perspectives were compromised. (Cele|bitchy) 


The Fug Girls are saying that Milan Fashion Week ended with a “comparative whimper” and I’m wondering if Taylor Swift’s Any Given Sunday has something to do with that, LOL. But to go back to the fashion, the whimper may have resulted in us not properly appreciating this great look on Tracee Ellis Ross. I LOOOOOOVE the shape of this dress and the splash of green in the middle and … that high collar. High collar everywhere! (Go Fug Yourself)

Ariana Grande and Ethan Slater are still happening and they went to Disneyland. (The Cut)