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In the wake of a string of tragic teen suicides, Dan Savage started the “It Gets Better” project to let LGBT youth know that there is life after the difficulties faced in high school and college. His project has inspired many celebrities and public figures like President Obama to speak out against bullying or even to share their own experiences with being bullied. This campaign has really touched me personally because I was bullied growing up. I may not be famous, but I think it’s just as important for all of us common folk to tell young people that they are not alone and that it does, in fact, get better. After the jump, The Frisky staff share our “It Gets Better” messages. Please share yours in the comments.
A 21-year-old Australian tattoo artist is facing two counts of assault after inking an unwanted tattoo on his friend’s back. The 25-year-old victim didn’t really want a tattoo in the first place, but the artist in question convinced him to get a ying yang symbol with some dragons. That sounds fugly enough, yet even fuglier was the 16-inch penis and a gay slur he emerged with. The peen-tooist will now have to face a jury while the dude with the d**k on his back will have to face some serious time under the laser. [Metro] Keep reading »
Simon Le Bon, the lead singer of Duran Duran, produced some of my favorite ’80s music of all time — “Rio,” “Hungry Like the Wolf,” “Girls on Film,” “Reflex,” “New Moon on Monday,” to name just a few. And he was so hot back in the day. Major crush. Happy birthday, dude! Keep reading »
In honor of Cranky Coworkers Day, I’d like to take this opportunity to create a forum to vent about the most annoying things our coworkers do. Let’s face it, no matter how saintly you are, when you spend eight hours a day in a cramped space with anyone you are bound to get irritated at some point. Of course, my co-workers at The Frisky are a dream to work with, but it hasn’t always been that way. Let’s just say I had a boss who made me print out and fax every email she received to her hotel while she was on vacation. That’s an entire forest, gone in minutes. There was also the coworker who would come by my desk and always take a bite of my lunch without asking. WTF? And last, but certainly not least, the douche bag dude who took all the credit for my work. He made me understand the true meaning of “going postal.” Go ahead, get your rocks off. Tell us what your coworkers do that drive you crazy.
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Oksana Grigorieva’s former bodyguard, Kristian Herzog, has announced that he plans to write a tell-all book about his steamy relationship with Grigorieva. I think someone’s seen “The Bodyguard” one too many times because, of course, she claims that she never did nor will she always love Herzog. Wah wah. I bet she’s kicking herself right now for not making him sign a non-disclosure agreement. [TMZ]
After the jump, some more female celebs who allegedly shacked up with the men who would take a bullet for them.