Archive: Jun 2013

Jenna Dewan’s Childbirth Was Really Emotional For Channing Tatum

Channing Tatum confessed that he had to go into the bathroom and cry “four or five times” while his wife Jenna Dewan was giving birth. “I don’t know how you do it,” he said, addressing women. “It’s a real thing. It’s like National Geographic animal-style, for real.”  YUP. [US Weekly]
New couple alert!

By: Jessica Wakeman / June 28, 2013

Iowa Court To Reconsider Fired-For-Flirting Sexual Discrimination Case

The Iowa Supreme Court will reconsider the sexual discrimination case of  Melissa Nelson, who was fired by her male boss James Knight. Knight was caught flirting with Nelson by his wife and eventually fired Nelson because he claimed he found her too sexually attractive to not be a distraction to his marriage. Back in December,…

By: Jessica Wakeman / June 28, 2013

Oops: Woman Accidentally Sells $18,000 Diamond Earrings For $20 At Garage Sale

You know how whenever you decide to hide something in a really clever hiding spot, you end up outsmarting yourself and can’t find it the next day? It usually means you discover a $50 bill and your grandma’s secret peanut butter cookie recipe crammed under your box spring when you move, but for a Huntingto…

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / June 28, 2013

Cher Claims Tom Cruise Was Amazing In Bed — Plus, Meet The Sperm Whisperer

On “Watch What Happens Live” this week, Cher named Tom Cruise as one of her top five all-time lovers. I wonder how much the Church of Scientology paid her to say that. [Socialite Life]
This guy did us a solid and tried out those weird Chinese herbal sex supplements so that we never…

By: Ami Angelowicz / June 28, 2013

Style Stealer (Plus): Melissa McCarthy’s Rockin’ Outfit

I usually have to use non-plus-size actresses as inspiration for Style Stealer (Plus!) posts because there are so few plus-size celebrity women, and even fewer ever pop up in our photo feeds. Melissa McCarthy always looks gorgeous all dolled up at red carpet events, but I was extra excited to see her dressed down a…

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / June 28, 2013

Check Out Adele’s Baby Boy!

Grammy-winning singer Adele has understandably chosen to keep her baby boy pretty well concealed. This is actually one of the first times we’ve gotten a glimpse of the eight-month-old. Though she hasn’t yet confirmed the little goober’s name,  several sources have said that Adele and her boyfriend Simon Konecki named him Angelo. Adele was eve…

By: Mary Odell / June 28, 2013

Oh My God I Love Your Hair: Side Volume With A Summer Scarf

Looking for a simple way to dress up your hair (and get it up off your neck) during these sweltering summer months? This asymmetrical style from hair and beauty blogger Half Naked Curls is so pretty, and I love how it makes use of a colorful scarf. Check out her video tutorial (video starts automatically,…

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / June 28, 2013

The Pixies Release Their First New Song In Nine Years

One can never be too certain as to what is going on with the Pixies at any given moment — the band’s tense internal relations have received almost as much air time as their music since their inception in 1986. Friction between frontman Black Francis and bassist/vocalist Kim Deal was cited as the reason for…

By: Rachel Krause / June 28, 2013

Compassionate Fashion: 9 Gorgeous Made-In-New-York Dresses By Nanette Lepore

I’m well acquainted with designer Nanette Lepore because I’ve lusted after many of her gorgeous dresses while browsing the racks at my favorite department stores. But before I read the amazing book Overdressed, I didn’t know that Lepore was one of the few designers who still produces the majority of her clothing in the USA –…

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / June 28, 2013

Amazon Reviewers Praise The Patriarchy-Busting Power Of Wendy Davis’ Filibuster Sneakers

Everyone’s still buzzing over Texas State Senator Wendy Davis‘ epic filibuster in defense of a woman’s right to choose. For good reason, too. I hope it proves to be something that people remember—and talk about, and teach their kids about—for decades to come.

That enthusiasm has found a surprising outlet on the Amazon.com page for the bright…

By: The Mary Sue / June 28, 2013

Watch: Wigs Fly When Drag Queen Pageant Contestants Throw Down

When these drag queens in Peru decided to brawl during the Miss Gay San Juan 2013 pageant, they should have thrown on a layer of vaseline to protect themselves from scratch marks. Things got fishy when judges announced that they had crowned the wrong winner. That’s when the first runner-up went for the newly-crowned Mi…

By: Ami Angelowicz / June 28, 2013

A Conversation Between Friends About The Term “Fag Hag”

The relationship between a gay man and his straight female friends is one that’s shrouded in mystery, a magical friendship forged in a land where unicorns roam free, glitter rains from the heavens, and the cosmopolitans never stop coming. If you’ve watched enough TV in the past 20 years, the gay male-straight female friendhip ha…

By: Megan Reynolds & Greg Hastings / June 28, 2013

Cheating Website Releases Dumb “Study” On How Unfaithful Wives Like To Dress

So, apparently cheating doesn’t take up as much free time as we thought it would. While married women were busy scouting out the profile of this weekend’s lover on AshleyMadison.com, 52,390 of them took a quick pause for survey about what they like to wear. The straying missus doesn’t walked around with a scarlet letter pinned…

By: Alyson Penn / June 28, 2013

Astrology 101: How To Spot Each Sign …. At A Summer Music Festival

It’s summer, and you know what that means: it’s music festival season! Yep, time to break out the cutoffs and bikini tops and join the sweaty mass of music fans buying $10 water bottles and bouncing to the beat of obscure German DJs and The Lumineers. From sneaking backstage to crowdsurfing to chilling on a…

Swoon: Channing Tatum Flexing Shirtless As A Teenage Boy

Ladies, eat your heart out. Channing Tatum is flexing. Without a shirt. As a fresh-faced ninth grader. And it’s obvious the future big screen hunk was a heartthrob-in-the-making. Just ask his (older) high school girlfriend.

“He was just the guy who played sports, he was so cute,” said Lauren Greenbaum, who went to Gaither High School with her future famou…

By: Celebuzz / June 28, 2013

An Eye Banging Anthem

Pakistani singer Taher Shah,wrote “EYE TO EYE,” the ultimate anthem for those who love to eye bang. On Twitter, Shah said he “believes in ‘EYES’ true love and encourages it.” “I request to the peoples and invite all promising generations to please join me and fall ‘EYE TO EYE,'” he tweeted. I mean, who doesn’t…

By: Ami Angelowicz / June 28, 2013

“God’s Law” Cited As The Reason Openly Gay Lawmaker Blocked From Speaking On DOMA Ruling

The striking down of the Defense of Marriage Act is an enormous victory for same-sex marriage. Alas, there are always several assholes out there to remind us that ignorance and homophobia are still alive and well. On Wednesday, openly gay Pennsylvania Rep. Brian Sims, a Democrat from Philadelphia, was not permitted to speak about DOMA…

By: Mary Odell / June 28, 2013

Girl Talk: My Bad Boss Was The Best Thing That Happened To Me

Today, I’m going to go where, if you’re a woman, you’re never supposed to go. And that forbidden zone is to talk about the perils of women at work—and specifically, about that most fearsome of office creatures, the bad female boss. “Gird your loins!” Stanley Tucci warns as his tyrannical female boss, played by Meryl…

By: Sara DiVello / June 28, 2013

Watch: “I Want That!” Our New Beauty Product Haul Video Series

For those of us who generally ignore the fact that we have lips, the idea of wearing lip color can be intimidating. Even if you have the whole lipstick color scheme down to a science, sorting through the lip aisle can be daunting. Glosses, crayons, and stains. Oh my! (You should see how many different lipsticks we receive…

By: Julie Gerstein / June 28, 2013

The New Yorker Memorializes DOMA With Controversial Bert And Ernie Cover

This week, the Supreme Court made the historic ruling that the Defense of Marriage Act and Prop 8 are both unconstitutional.  It’s an enormous victory for gays and lesbians, their families, and anyone who cares about equality.

So how did The New Yorker, arguably the most reputable magazine in the country, memorialize the occasio…

By: Jessica Wakeman / June 28, 2013
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