Page Price and Carolyn Compton are a pair of moms living in Texas. They have been together for three years and are raising two children that Compton had with her ex-husband. But the couple may be forced by a court to move apart due to a “morality clause” in Compton’s custody agreement with her ex that said no sexytimes overnight guests could sleep at the home — and the longtime, cohabitating couple are not legally allowed to marry by Texas law. Keep reading »
Where to go when you want to provide a special serenade for the significant other in your life?
If you’re Cory, you enter the Boyz II Men Kia Sorento Serenades sweepstakes and win a chance for the classic soul singing group to provide you with an incredible musical surprise.
In today’s video, Cory gives girlfriend Cassandra a date night she’ll never forget, thanks to a little karaoke magic, Boyz II Men and Kia.
Click here to find out more about Kia and Sorento Serenades with Boyz II Men.
A “Game of Thrones” actress has just revealed one of her fellow cast members is tired of getting naked on the hit HBO series.
If you watch “Game of Thrones,” you know it’s a common occurrance to have women walking around completely naked, and far less so, men. Previously, actress Natalia Tena had commented on this. “I think it’s really unfair, every actor, any actress has had her t-ts out. Every single actress I know,” she said. “Blokes it’s like, let’s see some ass! Do you know what I mean? Let’s make it more even.”
But Tena said she has no issues doing a nude scene if it’s called for and speaking with the Telegraph, Oona Chaplin, who plays Robb Stark’s wife Talisa on the series, agreed.
“If it’s done in a beautiful way, in a way that honours the female form, then I’m always happy to see it,” she told them. “The objectification lies in the eye of the beholder, just like beauty. I’m really comfortable getting my kit off, so, if they want to, I’m like, ‘yeah, bring it, I’m naked, no problem.’”
But not all of the women on “Game of Thrones” feel that way. Read more on The Mary Sue…
So we all know that there’s a dearth of women in the movie-making business — just in case you’re not up to speed there was a whole study done about it. The best place to view this disparity is the Cannes Film Festival in France: of the 20 films competing for the top prize, the Palme d’Or, only one is by a female director. Keep reading »
Amidst rumors that she’s pregnant with her second child (Jay-Z told my boo at Hot 97, Old Man Ebro, that they’re not expecting), Beyonce gave fans a new glimpse at her first born, Blue Ivy Carter. Shown sitting in her BIC monogrammed director’s chair backstage at one of mom’s concerts, Blue’s hair has been styled into her first set of braids. Adorbs all around. [via I Am Beyonce]
According to a new study published in the journal of Psychological Science, men with bigger biceps tend to more self-interested politically than men with more modest arms. To test the correlation between gun size and political beliefs, the researchers asked subjects questions about the redistribution of wealth in the country. They found that “men with upper body strength feel more entitled to advantageous outcomes.”
In addition to bicep size, they took socioeconomic status into consideration, keeping in mind that “wealthy people don’t necessarily vote conservative and poor people don’t necessarily vote liberal.” What they found was that these two factors in combination made it way easier to predict a man’s political stance. Men with big biceps and more money tended to oppose the spread of wealth while men with smaller biceps and less money were in favor of redistribution.
Imagine that! Keep reading »
It’s 80 degrees outside, bitches! That’s more like it, Mother Nature! In today’s What Are We Wearing video, all of us have in some way embraced the delightfully balmy May weather. Learn about how I took my outfit inspiration from Lwaxana Troi, Ami’s thoughts on her new short ‘do, Rachel’s problems with rompers, and so so so much more!
When we think of slavery, most Americans likely consider the slave history of our own country. We relegate slavery to the past, believing that such a barbaric concept couldn’t ever exist in our current world.
We were wrong.
Slavery is alive and well, and happening in more places than you think. There are 27 million slaves in the world today, involved in a variety of industries and in a multitude of countries. There’s the forced prostitution and trafficking of women around the world; the men forced to work in the copper, diamond and coltan mines in the Congo; and the trafficked migrant workers of India, Bangladesh and Pakistan.
But that’s just a fraction of the slave and indentured labor that happens all over the world, employed to create products and services we use every day. Keep reading »