1. So, OK, the idea of a 100 Hottest Women list is fundamentally a little offensive, I know. Hollywood standards of beauty are ridiculous, and the damage caused by lionizing someone like Rose Huntington Whiteley can't really be overstated, I mean she's a fucking blond-haired blue-eyed perfect Aryan. And FHM doesn't stand for "For Hitler Monthly," but that's a pretty good joke people should make more often.
But at the same time, Osama Bin Laden is dead, and celebrating sexuality in a healthy way is a great way to bury his legacy at sea too. And also, even though I feel politically guilty about it, it's not like I don't like looking at attractive women, at the end of the day. You like it too, it's OK. We're OK.
So For Hitler Monthly has released their list of the 100 Sexiest Women. Kristen Stewart is at #13, Ashley Greene is at #17. GASP! Kind of shocking, right? Or is it?
2. The Internet is talking about the recently-released baby name data; Jacob and Isabella are up at the top. Renesmee hasn't cracked the top 100, but give it a year. (Shiver.) I hear that Jacob is a perennial favorite though, and is probably not Twilight-related. Would you ever name your baby after a Twilight character? If so, please give your baby to someone else, OK?
3. Twilight's Twitter account has been posting a lot of promotional stills lately, which has been a lot of fun. But the folks at RobstenLust raise an issue: Bella doesn't seem to have any bruises. Is it possible that part has been omitted for being, you know, horrifying and bleak? If so, is that better or worse than what S. Meyer did? Is it morally wrong to gloss over the evil of Twilight in the film adaptation? Or is it a moral imperative?