Baby Bronx Mowgli Simpson-Wentz is rocking his first fauxhawk! [Los Angeles, 4/28/09] Keep reading »
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La Lohan went swimming in a historic birthing tidepool in Hawaii. Does that mean there are leftover birthing juices in the water?[Hawaii, 4/2809] Keep reading »
Last week we told you about the Vaj-J Visor, a female protective cup that shields your netherbits during grooming. Today, Jezebel clues us in to the Cuchini, which attaches to your undies and “smoothes the ridges of a woman’s mons pubis area, providing a smooth and camouflaged appearance.” The purpose? Sayonara camel toe! Maybe Lady Gaga should invest? [RGS via Jezebel] Keep reading »
The now infamous Miss California, Carrie Prejean, is still on the defensive after last weekend’s Miss USA pageant, in which she said marriage should be between a man and a woman and not the gays. This weekend she sat down with a gay blogger (not Perez Hilton!) to discuss her feelings on the subject in more depth. Rex Wockner got to the heart of the matter pretty quick.
Rex: I understand that you were raised to believe that marriage is between a man and a woman, and I understand that you grew up knowing that you were always going to marry a guy, but you’re heterosexual. Um, some people are born gay, maybe, you think?
Carrie: No, I don’t think so … I think it’s a behavior that develops over time.
Rex: Why would someone choose it, given that if you choose that, you get discriminated against?
Carrie: I’m not sure what the motivation would be.
This weekend I had a conversation with two good friends of mine who are married and have been with their husbands for five-plus years. They were peppering me with questions about my oh-so-exciting dating life, and I mentioned that all the dinners and drinks were getting expensive. “Wait, what do you mean?” they asked. “Aren’t the guys paying?”
“Oh, no,” I responded. “Men don’t seem to be doing that anymore. Every date I’ve gone on, the check has been split.” They were aghast. What had happened to the tradition of men paying for dates since they were single? Was it the economy? Were men cheaper? Women more insistent on paying their share?
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At the MaliBLUE Arts & Music Fesitval. [Malibu, CA, 4/26/09] Keep reading »
Bea Arthur, best known for her roles as Dorothy on “The Golden Girls” and Maude on “Maude,” died at the age of 86 on Saturday after battling cancer. Her uniquely hilarious contribution to comedy and her place in women’s entertainment history won’t be forgotten and will live on (in syndication). Give our best to Estelle wherever you are, Bea! [LA Times] Keep reading »