Love her or hate her, it’s nearly impossible not to have an opinion about Madonna. Even though she’s an international icon, I think most women would attest to having had an intimate moment with the Material Girl. The first time I laid eyes on Madge was in her “Lucky Star” video on MTV. I was a six-year-old aspiring performer, so naturally, the first thing I did after seeing it was run to the bathroom and attempt to style my hair like hers, with too much hairspray and a floppy, black bow. And I’m sure I wasn’t the only little girl to do so. Most of us remember being influenced in some way by Madonna’s music, attitude or edgy style. But deeper than her multitude of memorable pop culture moments are the ways in which she has influenced us as women. In the new anthology Madonna & Me, nearly 40 female authors write about how their own Madonna moments changed their lives. This book is sure to be a compelling exploration on topics every woman can relate to from sex to spandex. Keep reading »
Some tongues are better than others. Like the tongue belonging to Ani K of India. His tongue is a painter. Yes, his tongue makes art. He used to get ill from ingesting all that paint, but he got used to it, and now he can finish a masterpiece in only three days. You can watch his tongue working its magic here. And what has your tongue done lately? Licked an envelope? A crotch? Not good enough! Click through to see more of the world’s most amazing tongues. Perhaps this will motivate your tongue to become more exceptional. [Videogum]
Breaking news in the world of snake detection. And no, I’m not talking about trouser snakes. I’m talking about actual snakes. Those slithery things that can kill you, either because you are freaked out to the point of cardiac arrest or because they are poisonous. Those things. A new study found that women are better at sensing the presence of snakes right before their periods. Add that to the list of amazing PMS symptoms: Bloating, cramping, irritability, food cravings, heightened sensitivity to snakes. And why does PMS make us so snake sensitive? Because our premenstrual hormones make us more aware of perceived threats. In case we are pregnant and trying to keep our spawn safe from things like snakes. Certainly, if I ever go camping (which I don’t plan to), it will right before my period, so that I can save myself from snake death. [Live Science]
“It’s horrible to say, but I like my boobs … They’ve always served me well. They’re good.”
– Jennifer Love Hewitt tells Maxim what body part she is most proud of. One question: Why is it horrible to admit that you love your boobs? Everyone should love their boobs, right? Boobs are lovable, very lovable. Love your boobs without shame, JLH! I’m glad she isn’t talking about her vajazzling fetish anymore, though. That’s a relief. [Celebitchy]
Okay, I know his real name is Taylor Kitsch. And he’s not Tim Riggins anymore. Except in my imagination where he will always be Tim Riggins, and sometimes we go for a ride in his pickup truck and talk about his stint in the slammer and then we pull over and make out on the hood and he’s not thinking about Tyra Collette or Lyla Garrity. He’s thinking about ME. Let’s take a moment to appreciate his sexy shitkicker beauty (short hair and all) in the March issue of GQ where he channels James Dean from the classic film “Giant.” Good lord, STOP. It’s almost too much. Click through for some more glorious Riggins porn.