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2012 Stories by Anna Pulley

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  • Great Dickspectations: The 17th Annual San Francisco Drag King Contest

    published Aug 21, 2012

    Don't get us wrong, we love us some drag queens, but it's drag kings we've always been obsessed with -- the swagger, the bravado, the impeccably glued-on muttonchops. We wrote whole term papers on Bo... More >>

  • Truth Talk: Or Why You Should Bar Hop with Uglier People

    published Aug 20, 2012

    Honesty seems to be a theme this week on the Exhibitionist. See how Oakland is killin' it, truth-wise. We've all heard the adage "Honesty is the best policy," but when it comes to actually living it... More >>

  • Video of the Day: Greatest Tap Dance on Film

    published Aug 20, 2012

    In honor of the Bay Area Rhythm Exchange tap festival that happened this past weekend, we bring you what Fred Astaire called "the greatest tap number on film." Behold the Nicholas Brothers tapping to... More >>

  • Girl Powder!

    published June 20, 2012

    The “girl power” movement may have gotten lost somewhere in British pop quintet the Spice Girls’ ample cleavage in the mid-90s,... More >>

  • Video of the Day: Look Out, Puparazzi -- World's Cutest Dog Is Back

    published Aug 15, 2012

    We recently told you about the world's cutest dog, Boo, who took a little vacay to S.F. (to rest up from what we're sure was a grueling book writing process). The swell folks at ABC News caught the ... More >>

  • Explore the Dogpatch Neighborhood through Art and Wine

    published Aug 14, 2012

    Despite being one of the oldest San Francisco neighborhoods, Dogpatch, the half-residential, half-industrial enclave along the eastern waterfront, is also one that is perpetually undergoing transition... More >>

  • Video of the Day: Sir Mix-A-Lot's "Baby Got Back" Sung by the Movies

    published Aug 14, 2012

    This amazing piece of nerdery is by Don Draper Says What and has for some reason only been viewed 300 times! According to YouTube, this Sir Mix-A-Lot mashup includes 295 films, several of them cart... More >>

  • Video of the Day: The Snogometer

    published Aug 13, 2012

    The Snogometer is a kiss-measuring device invented by British teenager Malcolm Pickard in 1965. The girl half of this couple looks thrilled. We can't say we blame her after watching this overzealous... More >>

  • 10 Fun Facts You Didn't Know About Lesbians

    published Aug 10, 2012

    I watched Farewell, My Queen recently, mostly because I thought there'd be lesbian action in it. Spoiler: There's not! Unless you count one fervent forehead touching and a lot of lingering eye contact... More >>

  • There Will Be Blood

    published July 25, 2012

    Tattoo and body piercing shop Body Manipulations recently turned 23. It's celebrating, naturally, with a night of acrobatic feats, Russian... More >>

  • Top Six Strangest Anal Sex Toys
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    Top Six Strangest Anal Sex Toys

    published Aug 03, 2012

    Did you know August is Anal Sex Month? That's right, while fisting gets a mere day, anal sex gets an entire, glorious month. Stand aside Asthma Awareness Month (or should we say bend over? Sorry!), it... More >>

  • Flying Tiger Circus -- Amazing Acrobatics with a Dash of Masochism

    published Aug 03, 2012

    Tattoo and body piercing shop Body Manipulations recently turned 23. It's celebrating, naturally, with a night of acrobatic feats, Russian trapeze, body suspensions, contortion, and an exceptionally ... More >>

  • Can't Beat It

    published July 18, 2012

    Not terribly long ago, supermodel Bar Rafaeli was on the cover of Esquire, naked, save for words from Stephen King's cover story about the... More >>

  • Photo of the Day: Octopus Doulas

    published Aug 02, 2012

    We've always loved Balmy Alley, but especially this particular birthing mural. Happy First Thursday, art lovers.... More >>

  • Top Five GIFs from The Amazing Acro-Cats Show
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    Top Five GIFs from The Amazing Acro-Cats Show

    published Jul 30, 2012

    If you missed Acro-Cats, the acrobatic cat troupe that sold out The Boxcar last weekend, let us take a brief moment of silence to mourn the loss of awesomeness that you could have witnessed. There.... More >>

  • The Best Way to Deal with Racist Facebook Comments
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    The Best Way to Deal with Racist Facebook Comments

    published Jul 30, 2012

    Do good, liberal, white people have an obligation to express outrage at racist shit people from high school post on Facebook?Dear Good, Liberal, White person,Thank you for taking time out of your busy... More >>

  • The Olympic Sport We'd Like to See in 2016: Kitten Wrestling

    published Jul 27, 2012

    It's been an animal-centric week here at the Exhibitionist, what with Acro-Cats bringing teh cute to San Francisco, Point Reyes elks gone wild, and killer whales living up to their names. Since it's F... More >>

  • IRL Etsy

    published July 18, 2012

    It's a little too easy to take a Portlandia approach to craft fairs, what with the hipsterrific tendency of local DIYers to put birds on... More >>

  • Woo Your Lover with Words at The S.F. International Poetry Fest

    published Jul 24, 2012

    Not terribly long ago, supermodel Bar Rafaeli was on the cover of Esquire, naked, save for words from Stephen King's cover story about the recession. The two, arguably, had nothing to do with one an... More >>

  • IRL Etsy -- The Renegade Craft Fair Is Back!

    published Jul 20, 2012

    It's a little too easy to take a Portlandia approach to craft fairs, what with the hipsterrific tendency of local DIYers to put birds on everything and call it a day -- and yes, we guarantee that you... More >>

  • Twitter's Dick Movie Meme Has Some Stiff Competition

    published Jul 19, 2012

    #NameYourDickAfterAMovie The Titanic, cos Leonardo DiCaprio died after being on it for 2 hrs— James Carr-Dear (@JCarrDear) July 19, 2012 The latest hashtag folks are all a'twitter over on Twit... More >>

  • Take a Drug-Free Trip through San Francisco with Kalle Mattson's "Water Falls"

    published Jul 16, 2012

    Perhaps you've seen Vertigo, Alfred Hitchcock's 1958 film about an acrophobic detective that was filmed in San Francisco. If you haven't, then we implore you to do so immediately! If you can't, becaus... More >>

  • Word Play

    published July 4, 2012

    The Oxford English Dictionary has long been the definitive record of the English language. Not as well known, however, is the book’s... More >>

  • A Case for the Mondays

    published July 4, 2012

    Mondays get a bad rap. It's a day often associated with depression, anxiety, and melancholy in pop culture. Think of "Monday, Monday" by the Mamas... More >>

  • Photo of the Day: Clockwork Orange Graffiti

    published Jul 12, 2012

    In honor of yesterday's screening of A Clockwork Orange, here's one graffiti artist's take on the iconic protagonist, Alex.... More >>

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