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Beyonce & Jay Z Thumb Their Noses At Divorce Rumors By Renewing Their Vows

  • Beyonce and Jay Z are either still really, really in love or just desperate to pretend like they are, because they renewed their vows. [People]
  • Bryan Singer, the “X-Men” director who has been accused of sexual assaulting two men when they were underage, is having a child with his BFF, actress Michelle Cluny. [E Online]
  • “Modern Family” actress Elizabeth Pena died from complications related to alcohol abuse, contrary to her publicist’s claim that she died of natural causes following a long illness. [People]
  • Teresa Giudice will be serving her 15-month prison sentence in Danbury, Connecticut, in the same prison that the series “Orange Is The New Black” is based on. [Us Weekly]
  • The late Joan Rivers sure did a good job managing her finances — she left over $100 million to her daughter Melissa. [Us Weekly] Keep reading »

Style Stealer: Reese Witherspoon Makes Denim-On-Denim Totally Classic

Style Stealer: Reese Witherspoon Makes Denim-On-Denim Totally Classic

I just did a massive closet purge in advance of my upcoming move and now I literally have an entire closet’s worth of clothes to either donate or sell. Flipping through the perfectly fine dresses, pants and tops I’ve bought over the years and never wear, I realized just how much I bought into trends that I didn’t actually love. But it was also clear from the clothes I’m keeping that I have found a signature style that I’m most comfortable and feel like myself in — chambray shirts, dark and skinny jeans, well-cut T-shirts, and dresses, lots of dresses. My vow going into this next phase of my life is to only buy things that truly make me feel that way, clothes that if I had my way and people wouldn’t think I was constantly doing the walk of shame, I would wear every day (even if that means buying them in every color). Like this outfit Reese Witherspoon is wearing. I would rock this look every single day if I had the patience to do laundry regularly. Get it for yourself — if it’s something you really like and feel comfortable in and think is awesome, of course — after the jump… Keep reading »

Sam Lutfi Claims He’s Trying To “Help” Amanda Bynes, Her Parents Deny His Involvement

Sam Lutfi Claims He's Trying To "Help" Amanda Bynes, Her Parents Deny His Involvement

You remember Sam Lutfi don’t you? Back during Britney Spears’ head-shaving days, Lutfi swooped in to become the pop star’s “manager” following her estrangement from her family, digging in his claws during her darker hours under the guise of “helping her.” Spears’ loved ones claimed he was a Svengali-like figure who took over Britney’s life, giving her pills, calling the paparazzi during opportune moments, and even moving into her house. Ever since Britney got her life back together and reunited with her parents, Lutfi has been kept out of the picture, including by restraining order. (Check out a long list of claims made by Britney’s mother Lynne in her restraining order petition — it’s disturbing.) Since then, he has worked with Courtney Love, and now he’s claiming to be a friend of Amanda Bynes, desperate to help her in her hour of need. Are you noticing a trend? Keep reading »

Fear, Isolation, Insomnia: The Real Life Toll Of Being Stalked

Fear, Isolation, Insomnia: The Real Life Toll Of Being Stalked

Last week, we published a story by Tiffanie Drayton about encountering a strange man multiple times in her neighborhood in the span of a few days, including on her own block, who then hunted her down on social media and sent her creepy and “flirtatious messages.” The experience made her feel incredibly unsafe, understandably so, and I was distressed to see some commenters be quick to dismiss his completely bizarre actions as coincidental or a misinterpretation on her part, mimicking the way some of her friends responded. Unfortunately, I think that happens a lot. On one hand, the instinct to dismiss those concerns — “I’m sure he’s not stalking you, he probably lives on your block/has an innocent crush/won’t actually DO anything to hurt you” — could be a (misguided, but well-meaning) attempt to make the person feel better/safer. On the other hand, they are also an example of the ways in which we tell women to ignore their instincts and give complete strangers, in particular men, the benefit of the doubt and a trust that has not been earned.  There are very, very good reasons for women to not feel safe in this world of ours. The ways in which women’s personal spaces are violated on a regular basis are plentiful, from street harassment to inappropriate comments at work to online threats, and sadly, so too are stories of these behaviors taken to the extreme. As these 12 examples from Whisper illustrate, women who have been stalked are left isolated, do not always get the support they deserve from family, friends and community, and find the fear stays with them even after they’re finally “safe.” Keep reading »

Renee Zellweger Responds To Obnoxious Freak Out Over The State Of Her Face

“I’m glad folks think I look different! I’m living a different, happy, more fulfilling life, and I’m thrilled that perhaps it shows. … People don’t know me in my 40s. People don’t know me [as] healthy for a while. Perhaps I look different. Who doesn’t as they get older?! Ha. But I am different. I’m happy.

My friends say that I look peaceful. I am healthy. For a long time I wasn’t doing such a good job with that. I took on a schedule that is not realistically sustainable and didn’t allow for taking care of myself. Rather than stopping to recalibrate, I kept running until I was depleted and made bad choices about how to conceal the exhaustion. I was aware of the chaos and finally chose different things.

I did work that allows for being still, making a home, loving someone, learning new things, growing as a creative person and finally growing into myself.”

  • Renee Zellweger gave People an absolutely perfect response when asked for her reaction to the fervor over her seemingly different looking face. Good for her! Now let’s return to STFU about it. [People] Keep reading »

A Hands-Free Vibrator? Yes Please!

A Hands-Free Vibrator? Yes Please!
The First Hands-Free, Strap-Free Vibrator

I have a really difficult time coming during sex. I can get there, but I need to be in the right frame of mind, my brain can’t be in full-on ADD mode, and I need, like, direct and constant pressure on my clitoris. (Dudes who hope to bang me, you should probably get out a notepad and write that down.) I’m hardly the only woman who has difficulty reaching orgasm during sex or who needs a lot of clitoral stimulation — according to Planned Parenthood, 30 percent of women are in the same boat. I sometimes will break out a vibrator in the bedroom, but depending on the sexual position, it either gets in the way or I find it awkward to hold for an extended period of time. The best position for me is doggystyle (can I just say I hate that term? can we call it something else?) because it lends easy access to my bits, but with one hand busy, I’m left holding my body up with the other arm and really that’s not terribly comfy either. WHAT TO DO? Perhaps Eva is my answer. Keep reading »

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