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People magazine subscription only has a short article this week about a self-explanatory Web site called DontDateHimGirl.
The 8-month-old site, which allows women to dis guys who have done them wrong, is making news because -- didn't we see this coming? Thirty-eight-year-old Pittsburgh attorney Todd Hollis, who is accused on the site of being messy, unfaithful, a deadbeat dad, possibly gay, and suffering from herpes, has sued DontDateHimGirl.
Women post to the site accusing men of everything from serious crimes such as sleeping with young girls to minor annoyances like spending too much time playing video games. A recent post is typical of the kind of trash talking that goes on: "At first, I thought he was my great legionary in shining leather but he turned out to be just a manwhore, sticking his turgid manmeat in any cavernous hole he can find.
All he ever does is get drunk and pass out on my stairs. Some legal bloggers are debating whether Joseph and her site are protected by the Communications Decency Act, which, according to People, "exempts Web masters from responsibility for displaying others' comments.
One blogger called the site "deplorable" and thinks it should be shut down immediately, while other people might argue that it is a great service for women, in the vein of Holla Back NYC. Sticky Header Night Mode. Don't date him, girl!
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