According to a group of sexologists from the Universite Catholique de Louvain in Belgium, you can determine with 81.25 percent accuracy whether or not a woman has had a vaginal orgasm at some point in her life. How you, ask? By the way she walks. Researchers found that women who had experienced vaginal (not clitoral) climaxes were 80 percent more likely to walk with longer strides, greater pelvic rotation, and with leg muscles neither loose not locked, a “gait that comprises fluidity, energy, sensuality, and freedom.” So basically, she walks “sexy”? Like she just got laid? This orgasm stride sounds very difficult to spot with the untrained eye. Much easier if you are a professional sexologist, which sounds like the most awesome job ever. [Cracked, NIH] Keep reading »
The best photographers capture an unexpected, unscripted moment. Like when Woody Allen focused his gaze on Rachel McAdams’ chesticles at a screening of his new movie, “Midnight in Paris.” Click! The look on his face is an added bonus. [New York City, 5/17/11] Keep reading »
Every gal needs a pair of earrings in her jewelry box that add just the right amount of glam to three essential and regularly worn outfits: 1) an otherwise casual look like a jeans and T; 2) a cocktail dress for a wedding or fancy-pants event; and 3) an otherwise staid interview ensemble. These minty green amethyst drop “Jocelyn” earrings by Taylor Kenney are exactly what we’re talking about. A simple rock surrounded by a hand-crocheted gold border, these stunners could easily take center stage or simply accent the rest of your look. Given the wear you’ll get out of them, we say they’re worth the tiny splurge.
A little over a week ago, to celebrate the hilarious lady-centric movie “Bridesmaids,” I asked you to share your ideal ladies’ night out scenario — the commenter with the most entertaining and unique answer would win a “Bridesmaids” Survival Kit and a $100 Cash Card. Though all of your ideas sound like a blast — and I am awaiting my invites — I had to pick one winner. And the prize goes to … Keep reading »
The other night, a friend and I were discussing the pros and cons of the guy she’s currently dating. Pro: he has an 8-inch wang. Con: he is a major conspiracy theorist. “What do you mean?” I asked. “Oh, you know, he thinks 9/11 was an inside job, that Osama bin Laden has been dead for years, and that Jay-Z is member of the Illuminati,” she explained, rolling her eyes. “Wait, what?” I was aware of the 9/11 and Osama nonsense, but while I had heard of the Illuminati — more on that in a minute — the gossip-hound in me was super curious about the Jay-Z angle. “Jay-Z is in the Illuminati?” “Yeah, that’s what he thinks,” my friend said. “Jay-Z, Kanye, Rihanna, Beyonce — all of them. He even thinks that the whole Kanye West/Taylor Swift incident at the VMAs a few years ago was actually planned by the Illuminati as Taylor’s initiation.” “Excuuuuuse me?” I said, completely stupified. “Yeah, look it up when you get home,” she said. “It’s all over the internet.” Oh, and friends, did I ever look it up and this silly talk is all over the internet…