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Love & Sex

I was on the train, heading back to NYC from New Jersey and there were three guys sitting behind me. They were talking about life. Which meant that they were mostly talking about girls.

“Sometimes some girls ask me if I have an ideal woman,” said the guy with the deep, commanding baritone,… READ MORE »


You can never have too many striped shirts: they dress up, they dress down, and they are, above all, classic. I’m loving Madewell’s colorful take on a classic striped long-sleeve T, which I’m already joyfully matching in my head with colorful jeans already in my closet. How can you not be happy in a plum… READ MORE »


A woman in Shelby, North Carolina, performed an incredible feat of strength — and a horrible crime — when she castrated a man with her bare hands. Joyce Maxine Gregory admitted that she squeezed a man’s scrotum out of his testicles (that has gotta hurt). She and the man, who has not been named, got… READ MORE »


My mom’s getting married next month, and I don’t even know where to start when it comes to finding a “daughter of the bride” dress. Mom is pretty laid back and hasn’t given me much guidance, fashion-wise, because she’s been so busy with wedding planning. Any tips would be much appreciated! –Proud DOB
Congrats… READ MORE »


In the latest installment of fashion’s never-ending quest to butcher every chaste relic of childhood, Barneys New York has cast beloved Disney characters as this year’s subjects of their famed holiday campaign. They aren’t quite the precious figures you might recall; in fact, the luxury department store has given these familiar faces a bit of… READ MORE »


Tori Spelling gave birth to baby number four: Finn Davey McDermott was born last night. [Us Weekly]
The cover of Pippa Middleton’s party planning book is out. The crazy thing is 400 pages and costs $50. [Betty Confidential]
Remembering Princess Diana 15 years after her death. [Socialite Life]
New couple alert,… READ MORE »

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With election season upon us, the call is out for campaign volunteers, and many of us are hitting the pavement to help the candidates and causes we believe in. Besides phone-banking, the most common form of civic engagement is canvassing, which basically consists of hanging out on the street with a clipboard or going door… READ MORE »


So I guess matching your lipstick to your nail polish is kind of a thing now? A bevy of designers, from Giorgio Armani to Zac Posen, walked coordinating shades down the runway last season, but something about its slightly contrived nature led me to believe it was just one of those things that wouldn’t take… READ MORE »


I interrupt your regularly scheduled consideration of serious political issues to bring you this video of Republicans twerking it to “My Neck, My Back (Lick It)” by rapper Khia. I must warn you the audio is very NSFW, but the dance moves make it all worth it. I don’t know about you, but I’m refreshed… READ MORE »


Because sexual identity is practically the same as wearing heels or flats, the fine fashionistas at have declared that lesbian chic is the next big thing. In an article on the site, writer Maya Singer notes that:

Lesbians! They’re everywhere. This summer, the New York fashion scene was buzzing with… READ MORE »


Besides the subtle print on her skirt and the soles of her boots, Emma Roberts is wearing all black here. What makes the outfit memorable are all the little details and fun proportions at play, like the chunky platform booties, giant sunglasses, and that adorable (if slightly impractical) tiny purse. Want to nab this chic,… READ MORE »


I ask this not as a liberal, not as a woman, not as a person who thought “Gran Torino” was a piece of shit; I ask this as just a human being who, yeah, hasn’t had much sleep in the last few days — what the hell was that? Clint Eastwood’s speech at the Republican… READ MORE »

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