http://twitter.com/#!/RealBradWesley/status/527800531117682688

Lena Dunham, author of the new book “Not That Kind of Girl” and star/producer of HBO’s “Girls,” teamed up with Planned Parenthood to help raise money for the abortion provider’s political action fund with this Dunham-designed “Special Signature edition T-shirt.”

There’s really a market for celebrity-endorsed abortion fashion wear? Who knew…

Anyway, Dunham then enlisted the help of some of her Hollywood actress pals to help sell the shirt, posting photos of the women wearing the shirts to her Instagram account. Take a look:

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Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/10/31/11-celebrities-who-heart-abortion-photos/

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With great power comes a whole bunch of creepy dudes who make Peter Parker’s life totally miserable.

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Which Spider-Man Villain Are You?

  1. You got: The Lizard

    You’re a smart person and a generally upstanding citizen, but you have a dark side that sometimes gets in the way of all the good you do.

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  2. You got: Kraven the Hunter

    You live for adventure, and are constantly looking for a new thrill. That’s cool, but sometimes you take it a bit too far.

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  3. You got: Sandman

    You’re hard-working and unpretentious, but sometimes make unethical decisions when you feel like you’re not getting what you need.

    Marvel Comics

  4. You got: Electro

    You’re the kind of person who sometimes randomly lucks into great things, but you don’t take it for granted. You make the most of every opportunity you get.

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  5. You got: Hobgoblin

    You really enjoy the freedom that comes along with anonymity, and sometimes abuse that. You’re a very private person, and tend to be very secretive.

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  6. You got: Carnage

    You’re kind of a maniac, and don’t care if following your whims ends up hurting other people. You’re very scary, to be honest.

    Marvel Comics

  7. You got: Green Goblin

    You’re extremely ambitious and enjoy being in positions of influence, but sometimes give in to the inevitable temptations that come with power.

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  8. You got: Venom

    You have a tendency to get very attached to the people you care about, which can be cool, but can lead to a really bad scene if you ever get rejected.

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  9. You got: Doctor Octopus

    You’re very intelligent and you genuinely want to help other people, but get extremely frustrated when people don’t show you enough respect or credit you for your achievement.

    Marvel Comics

SHARE YOUR RESULTS

Read more: http://buzzfeed.com/perpetua/which-spider-man-villain-are-you

1. Arika Sato

Arika’s channel is dedicated to giving both girls and guys a little bit of advice.

2. Andre Meadows aka Blacknerd!

Via Facebook

Andre’s channel is dedicated to you guessed it! ALL things nerdy! Sometimes he make rants, sometimes he talks about video games & other times he interviews hot girls.

3. The Hodge Twins

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Double trouble. These twins have multiple channels, one that focuses on fitness, another that allows their fans to ask them questions, and another where they Vlog.

4. Csandreas

Via Youtube

Chris aka Csandreas likes to focus on nerd topics like Pokemon and other video games, however he also offers viewers excellent advice about dating, confidence and being happy.

5. iJustine

Everyone loves a pretty blonde that is willing to dance around an Apple store.

6. Jenna Marbles

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She is one of the most subscribed people on Youtube, not only is Jenna beautiful she is hilarious and incredibly intelligent.

7. Jimmy Tatro

Via Youtube

Jimmy Tatro has become one of everyone’s favorite frat guys due to his success with his channel Life According To Jimmy. He was recently in Grown Ups 2!

8. Melanie Rose aka MakeupByMel

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Mel is a popular beauty guru, but she also Vlogs while traveling and posts fashion related videos.

9. Michael Kory

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Michael Kory makes awesome workout videos and he has a cool accent.

10. Nicole Guerrero

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Nicole is a beauty guru with a vibrant personality; she makes celebrity inspired makeup tutorials along with product reviews and fashion hauls.

11. Ryan Higa

Ryan Higa is one of the original popular Youtubers and his popularity continues to grow! He often makes parody videos and comedy skits.

12. Scott Herman

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Scott Herman is a fitness model that posts videos three times a week all correlated with working out and getting fit.

13. Tyler Oakley

Via Youtube

Tyler’s channel focuses on a variety of topics like One Direction & Disney because of this he has acquired a huge fan base of teen girls.

Read more: http://buzzfeed.com/jaclynashley79/13-of-the-hottest-youtubers-c9vi

DC Entertainment

Last October DC launched Death of the Family, lauding it as the most terrifying cross-over event in contemporary comics. And its been living up to the hype.

Brainchild of Scott Snyder, the story is of Joker’s grand revenge on Batman by targeting his friends and family including by not limited to Robin, Nightwing, Batgirl, Red Robin, Red Hood, and Alfred. Spread across half a dozen comic book series over several months. Gotham’s Clown Prince of Crime will bring his year long plan to fruition in Batman #17.

As all the plot threads from various comic books are brought back together, DC promises an unforgettable conclusion that “will change the Bat-family forever.”

Snyder hinted at the psychological game Joker is playing with Bruce:

Joker is coming at Batman from a place of very personal terror for me. And a place of personal guilt, and also a place of great personal anxiety. So I think he is coming after Bruce in a way that is getting at a very, very personal story for Bruce. Because as much as Bruce loves the Family, you could make the accusation that in some ways he wishes he could stop worrying about them. Does that me he wishes they didn’t exist? Of course not. Does that mean he doesn’t love them? No, of course not. But that’s the way the Joker interprets it. The Joker says, ‘You’ve become slow and weak, and you’ve become nothing of the Batman I used to know. So deep down I know you’re unhappy. And I’ve heard you think this almost (not in a supernatural way, but just in a kind of figurative way),’ So he says, ‘Let me grant you your wish, because I’m here to serve you. And we’ll have so much fun afterwards.’

DC released two never before seen pieces of interior art from Batman #17. They’re so hot off the press, they haven’t even been colored yet.

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1. ORANGE TAPES:

2. See-through phones:

3. Ridiculously uncomfortable blow-up furniture:

4. A towering bowl of French Toast Crunch:

5. Ridiculously fashionable choker necklaces:

6. The hardest game you’ll ever play:

7. And the hardest mountain you’ll ever climb:

8. This amazing fast-food prize:

9. Or this amazing cereal prize:

10. These tools for creating artistic masterpieces:

11. Or this computer program for creating a masterpiece:

12. Or this beautiful work of art:

13. Balancing birds:

14. The original iPod:

15. A chat with an online robot:

16. Pierre Escargot, in all his glory:

17. The original text message:

18. The stickiest high-five you’ll ever get:

19. The leaning tower of cheeza:

20. A robot dog that does tricks:

21. This waiting screen:

22. Or this waiting screen:

24. Or this flying toy:

25. A pair of these bad boys:

26. A brand-spankin’-new pack of cards:

28. These literary classics:

30. A pixelated little blob:

31. Crazy gumball eyes:

32. A tall glass of this good stuff:

33. A big ol’ bowl of dinosaur eggs:

34. These pieces of fancy silverware:

35. Parachute day:

36. This ragtag team of appliances:

37. And this ragtag team of animals:

40. This ancient artifact:

41. These beautiful smells:

42. Book-fair handouts:

43. The perfect screensaver:

44. Halloween buckets:

45. A box full of lasers:

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