A Texas woman is seeking justice after she said another woman ruined her family's precious trip to a state park in honor of a recently departed loved one by flashing her bare breasts in the background of a group photo taken over the weekend.
Liam Daniel/Hulu On Harlots, the Hulu series that just premiered its third season, sex workers run, plot, fuck, scheme, love, stab, and congregate on the streets, pubs, and parlors of 18th-century London. Whip-smart and faster than a back-alley assignation, the series darts between squalid brothels and high-class Soho parlor rooms where women strike poses from antiquity in revealing togas and powerful clients sample pastel sweets. With its sheer sensory overload, Harlots' aesthetic instantly recalls Sofia Coppola's Marie Antoinette. But while Marie Antoinette relished in its anachronisms, Harlots co-creator and writer Moira Buffini is on a mission to do lost and forgotten histories justice, rejecting the staid perspectives of scholars and monarchs to examine life on the societal margins. Read more at The Daily Beast.
Researchers found that overall online videos emit 300 million tonnes of carbon each year and almost a third of this comes from streaming videos with pornographic content. Earlier this year, the think tank estimated that digital technologies produce 4% of greenhouse gas emissions and that this figure could soar to 8% by 2025.