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10 Celebrities Who Had Crazy Childhoods

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Rose McGowan decided to open up about her childhood in the latest issue of The Advocate and, man, did she have a tale to tell. Born into the Children of God cult, her family lived in Italy but returned to the States when she was 10. At age 13, McGowan ran away and found a home with a community of drag queens in Portland. “I was taken in by the most amazing drag queens … We didn’t always know where our next meal was coming from, but there was so much camaraderie and love. Not to mention, those girls could paint a face, and I learned how because of them … I could finagle my way into lots of different [clubs] … Whether it was how I danced or the way I looked, I was always quite celebrated in the gay clubs,” she revealed. Um, I hope she writes a book about this. [Huffington Post]

Rose is not the only celeb who has spoken about her unusual childhood. Click through to see some more celebrities whose beginnings were hardly cookie-cutter.

Related: 6 Incredibly Bad Moments In Celebrity Parenting

What Was Your Biggest Friend Blowout?

In middle school and high school, it seemed like there was drama with friends every five minutes over stupid crap, like who was copying whose outfit, or who the cutest boy in school liked more. Now that we’re adults — well, most of the time — friend blowouts are few and far between. But when they happen, they are seriously gory. If I flip out on a friend, it has to be over something really major. Sometimes the friendships survive and get stronger and sometimes … not so much. After the jump, some Frisky staffers share their worst friend battles in recent history. Share yours in the comments. Keep reading »

How To Spot A Selfish Man In 5 Seconds

Meet a guy at a party? Browsing through online dating profiles? You might not actually have to waste time going on a date with him to discover the sad fact that he’s self-absorbed. According to a new study, if his face is ridiculously symmetrical (i.e. he’s super hot and everything lines up perfectly) he is significantly more selfish than the average bear. Due to his biological blessings, he is less likely to cooperate with others, more likely to have his own interests at heart. Why? Because his beauty makes him too self-sufficient for the likes of you, peon. The same goes for symmetrically-faced ladies. Got it! Beautiful people are not really fun to date, unless you are also beautiful. Us plebeians should go “uglier” when given the option. But what if that “uglier” guy is also a selfish a**hole because he mistakenly thinks he’s hot? How do we spot him just by looking? He’s much more dangerous. Help us, science! [Daily Mail UK] Keep reading »

Cory Feldman Rants About Pedophilia

What’s going on with Corey Feldman? Oh, not too much. He’s bleached his hair AND decided to speak out about the biggest problem in Hollywood: pedophilia. In a bizarre “Nightline” interview, Corey went on a rant about how Hollywood’s biggest secret is all the pedophiles flying under the radar. He says he was surrounded by them when he was a child actor. He even goes so far as to blame Corey Haim‘s death on the trauma of pedophilia — claiming they were both molested by Hollywood moguls. Keep reading »

Money Shot: A Chess Orgy

Nothing like this Antique Erotic chess set to get you in the mood to play … with multiple partners. Each orgiastic piece is enough to make Dionysus himself blush. Check mate. [Boing Boing] Keep reading »

Date Like A Gay Man

“I met someone I really like,” my friend Greg*, who’s gay, announced.

“That’s great!” I said. “Is it serious?”

Yes, he felt it might be. But that hadn’t stopped him from keeping his options wide open while finding out. Greg proceeded to tell me that since meeting his new romantic interest, he had hooked up with three other guys, had a man that he saw when he was in town from San Francisco, and 12 others that he was flirting with online. Keep reading »

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