In its infinite wisdom, Lifetime is debuting a new reality show that will be called “My Life Is A Lifetime Movie” starring real women sharing their true stories of drama: serial killer husbands, evil twin sisters, prostituting themselves to pay for a dental assistant degree. The best part is that the show will include “high-end recreations” of the juiciest bits. Obviously I am going to be watching the shit out of this.
“My Life Is A Lifetime Movie” is now in production, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Hopefully that means its not too late for the Frisky staff to propose their own tales of middle-class-white-female woe? Keep reading »
This weekend, I called my sister to rehash my love life.
Suddenly I could hear her turning to a small child in the background. “Do you want to tell Aunt Jessie the big news?” she asked. “No!” My five-year-old niece M. replied.
“Tell me, what’s the big news?” I asked my sister, wondering what constitutes “big news” in kindergarten.
“M. lost her first tooth!” my sister said. “The tooth fairy left five dollars last night.”
“FIVE DOLLARS?!?!” I shouted into the phone. Keep reading »
I don’t know about you, but my bikini body doesn’t look anything like the ones on the cover of In Touch … unless we’re talking about one of those “Pregnant Or Ate A Burrito?!” articles. Let’s be real: no one other than Kim Kardashian (and her team of makeup artists, hairstylists and spray tanners) looks like Kim Kardashian in a bikini. The rest of us just look … human. So in the spirit of body love, I’ve cobbled together candid pics 23 celebs in any many shapes and sizes as I could find, rocking out at the pool. This, my Frisky friends, is what folks look like without Photoshop: cellulite, muffin top and all.
Hi there! Today has been stupidly busy and I haven’t been able to wrangle the column together, so Today’s Lady News will be a reader submission edition! Submit your own links to news articles and blog posts about women, girls, trans-identified people, gender roles, feminism or sexism in the comments. Just write a sentence or two summary explaining what the link is about and give everyone a heads up if it has language or imagery that’s NSFW. (And links do get posted in comments — just be patient!)