Have you ever experienced “fat sex”? Kirstie Alley has. The actress, who recently lost 100 pounds, admitted she didn’t exactly lose weight for health reasons.
“I didn’t like the way I looked, and I didn’t want to have fat sex!” She told People magazine in an interview.
Fat sex? Is that just sex between two fat people? Sex wherein one participant is fat? Or does “fat sex” describe the actual experience? Keep reading »
“I think just a good sense of humor. And polite … Someone who is genuine and honest and someone who likes to have a great time no matter what they’re doing … I was actually not really searching for a boyfriend. I don’t think about that. I live in the present moment. That was my New Year’s resolution … and it’s worked out pretty good so far.”
—Stacy Keibler, the actress and former professional wrestler who is dating George Clooney, talks about her ideal guy. Apparently, she isn’t too worried about where her relationship with George is going or what will happen with them in the future. And that is definitely the right attitude to have when you are dating The Cloon as his track record isn’t nearly as hot as his smile. [People] Keep reading »
“It’s like a fairy tale. It is, it really is. I’m very happy, very happy after waiting for her for 15 years. Now I want to get beyond all this media hype that Tareq has put out there. It’s really quite embarrassing. … What happened was [backstage], she takes off her wedding ring, right in front of Tareq. And then she proceeds to come into my dressing room where I’m sitting down … And she looks down at me like she’s standing on stilts and says, ‘I love you. And that’s never gonna change.’ And when that happened I said, ‘Get over here! This has taken 15 years!’”
—Neal Schon, the guitarist for Journey who managed to pull Michaele Salahi away from party-crashing husband Tareq, tells the Daily Beast all about their courtship. Apparently, in the ’90s, Michaele was dating both Neal and Tareq but ultimately chose Tareq. Still, Neal and Michaele kept in touch and, over Labor Day weekend, he sent Michaele and Tareq VIP tickets and backstage passes to a Journey show. He says Michaele pledged her love for him then, even though it took another week before she officially left Tareq, boarded a plane, and joined Neal on tour. The two were photographed for the first time together yesterday and it appears that they can’t take their hands off each other.
After the jump, Michaele’s take on the whole thing Keep reading »
“Here’s the thing about being a girlie girl. I think there was a generation before us that felt like they needed to act like men to be taken seriously, like they had to use their sexuality to take control of people. I don’t judge people for that. But I don’t want to take all my clothes off and use myself as an object. It’s part of the machine and I don’t think that necessarily pushes us forward as women. I think you can still be girlie and maintain your power. The fact that you associate being girlie with being non-threatening, that is I mean, I can’t think of more blatant example of playing into exactly the thing that we’re trying to fight against. I can’t be girlie? Why do I need to be defined aesthetically by someone else’s perceptions of what makes me seem like someone who should be taken seriously? I’m going to wear whatever I want to wear, because I’m expressing myself, and I deserve that right. And I like the way that looks. You’re not demeaning yourself by acting girlie. I think the fact that people are associating being girlie with weakness, that needs to be examined. Not me dressing girlie. I don’t think that undermines my power at all.”
—Zooey Deschanel talks to New York about why she exercises her right to be a girly girl and a feminist. What do you think about what Zooey’s saying? [NYMag.com]
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