Gillian Anderson just made “X-Files” fans cream their pants yet again: the actress told Out Magazine that she had a relationship with a girl throughout high school! But she is more comfortable calling herself a bisexual, or perhaps using no label, because her subsequent relationships have been with dudes. She also says because she knew she was attracted to men, so she didn’t feel especially stigmatized. “If I had thought I was 100 percent gay, would it have been a different experience for me? Would it have been a bigger deal if shame had been attached to it and all those things that become huge life-altering issues for youngsters in that situation?” Anderson said. ”It’s possible that my attitude around it came, on some level, from knowing that I still liked boys.” She also added in Out, “I don’t think I’ve ever followed convention by choice. By default, maybe, but not by choice.” Call yourself whatever you want, Gillian — we are girl-crushing so hard. [New York Post, Out]
Gillian Anderson isn’t the first lady to confess to a lesbian affair. After the jump, meet seven more ladies with Sapphic inclinations.
Spring is in the air, and you know what that means … spring dresses! Time to put away the drab, dark clothing and embrace bright colors, pretty prints and flirty florals. Click through to check out eight of our favorite spring dresses for curvy ladies!
Happy Pi Day, everyone! Have you been celebrating? I have! I ate a burrito (my mouth made a round shape when I went to bite it), sat in the sun (round!), and talked up the awesomeness of Pi in my weekly radio spot this morning. If I had a hula hoop, I would use it. Anyway, click on to see what we’re wearing today! I give everyone 3.14 stars (out of 3.14)!
Deciding to bare your midriff is a bold fashion choice. People are gonna stare. If you are going to reveal your midsection to world, you must be comfortable, confident, and it really doesn’t hurt if you’re incredibly toned. I’ve heard this is a trend now. If Lana del Rey is doing it, it must be! I’d better start doing my crunches ASAP. The singer gave the world a glimpse of her bare stomach at a recent Guns N’ Roses concert. Her midriff really seems to be enjoying itself. Cue “Welcome To My Midriff” sung to the tune of “Welcome To The Jungle.” Click through to see more sexy celebs baring midriff. [Buzzfeed]
We’re sick of all these so-called relationship experts telling ladies the way to snag a man is to keep it in your pants, er, skirt. Listen, you prisses, not only are we way too old to be virgins, but we sure as hell are glad we’re not! Holding out for some kind of commitment only makes a gal feel like her vag is her primary value, not herself. Lame! And what about our desires? Doesn’t that matter? Frankly, you have to test-drive some cars before you know which one you wanna buy, if you know what we mean. No matter what kind of sex you’re into, there are certain experiences we think every woman needs to have before she settles down. Click through to see what sexy stuff we suggest you get around to before you decide to buy.
We have been having some beautifully, apocalyptically warm weather in New York the past few days, and I am feeling it. I’m like a completely different person from winter to summer — seriously though, aren’t we all? — and the sunshine feels so good. In fact, it makes me want to buy things.
I may be unique, though, in that the first thing that crosses my mind as something I must get in anticipation of the season is not sundresses or even sandals. It’s highlights. My extremely dark, cool-toned hair in its natural state serves me just fine in the fall and winter, but man, does spring call for some lightening up. I haven’t dyed my hair in over a year since a near-catastrophic incident involving a box of bleach and a blowdryer held too close (shout out to my dad for being there to shove my head under the faucet!), so I’m going to have to get reacquainted with hanging out in a stylist’s chair with foils on my head, but I think I’m ready.
The best kind of highlights, the kind I covet, are glossy, healthy, and expensive-looking, regardless of how much they actually cost. I like to enter the salon with photographic reference, perhaps even annotated, so who better to field hair color inspiration from than these famous brunette beauties? The real question is: will I go the traditional route or opt for ombre? Decisions, decisions…
Today is one of those days — 70 degrees and sunny — where my body is in the office but my mind is on the beach, reading that Fifty Shades book and eating cherries. Sigh. Summer, how I yearn for you. Click on to see what we’re wearing today (no bikinis, unforch)…
Before I proceed to massage your throbbing ovaries with photos of adorable kids, let me explain what I mean by “big, serious” celebrity babies. “Big, serious baby” is a phrase Ami uses to describe babies who are not necessary large in size (although it helps) but have a weighty seriousness to their demeanor. Some babies are super giggly and smiley and then some babies look like they found out they owe $20,000 in back taxes or have just finished reading Angela’s Ashes. Personally, I think a big, serious baby is almost cuter than a smiley baby, but let’s face it, they’re all adorable and I’ll take one of each! So, here are some of Hollywood’s most big, serious babies, thinking big, serious thoughts.
We loved Jennifer Lawrence in the indie flick “Winter’s Bone,” and now that she’s taken on the role of Katniss Everdeen in “The Hunger Games,” she’s poised to be a mega-star. That’s why we figured it was time to take a look back through her greatest looks on the red carpet.
Last night was the premiere of “The Hunger Games,” what will be arguably one of the biggest movies of the year. It’s expected to gross more than $100 million this weekend, given the popularity of the book franchise, and turn Jennifer Lawrence from indie sensation to household name. Predictably, there were tons of celebs in attendance, some who held court in sartorial glory, and others who missed the mark. Click through to see who fared well in “The Hunger Games” Battle Royale.