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Do Affairs Help Relationships?

In the recently published When Good People Have Affairs, author Mira Kirshenbaum writes that cheating on your spouse can be therapeutic and help people change. “You could think of it as a radical but necessary medical procedure,” she told British newspaper The Observer. “If your marriage is in cardiac arrest, an affair can be a defibrillator.” Interestingly enough, she believes that adulterers should never confess, even if their partner asks directly whether they’ve had an affair. In her mind, honestly is not the best policy, because the truth can be more painful than the lie. Does Mira know that sometimes the truth hurts? [The Telegraph, U.K.] Keep reading »

The Daily Squeeze: Brody Jenner’s TV Show, Kim Kardashian’s Cupcakes, And Staying Up Late

  • It’s official. Brody Jenner is getting his own MTV series. On Bromance, regular guys will come to Hollywood in hopes of being chosen to be a part of Brody’s entourage. Contestants will be axed in “Hot Tub Elimination Ceremonies” and asked to leave the bachelor pad in a wet swimsuit. What will they think of next? [Reuters]
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    Brokeback Mountain: The Musical

    Although it didn’t seem possible for Brokeback Mountain to get gay-er, the handsome homosexual cowboys are hitting Broadway! The New York Opera Company has commissioned a work based on Annie Proulx’s short story, the same one that was adapted for the Oscar-winning flick. While back in 2005, Nathan Lane parodied the musical concept on Letterman (check out the vid), we are willing to bet $20 bucks on Clay Aiken’s dreams of being cast in this production. With live singing cowboys ropin’ and gropin’ each other, the new opera is sure to be a crowd pleasing hit for cowpokes and their fag hags alike — The Frisky’s Catherine and Amelia are already chompin’ at the bit to see some chaps in action. But they’ll have to wait patiently until the 2013 season…..[Playbill] Keep reading »

    Soon, You’ll Be Able To Create Your Own Energy

    You know how your feet get tired when you walk a lot? Well, all that pounding might soon be used to generate electricity. Engineers calculated the amount of energy that the 34,000 travelers who pass through the Victoria Underground station in London generate every hour, and they say it’s enough to power 6,500 light bulbs if underground generators were installed. These yet-to-be-produced generators could be put into any place that has high foot traffic, as well as on roads and beneath railroad lines. While the technology is still in its infancy, similar mini-generators were tested by the American military recently. Do you think walking in flats or heels would generate more electricity? [The Times] Keep reading »

    “Freemale” To Be You And Me


    Cougar, spinster, playgirl, bachelorette. So many slang terms all mean the same thing: a single gal who lives on her own and on her own terms, like Kylie Minogue (chart topping dance hits and spandex booty shorts not required). But a new word has been coined in the U.K. and Australia: “freemale”. A freemale is a woman who stays single and only uses her vajane as an in-door for sex, not as an out-door for babies. The colloquialism, which has just washed up on our shores, is a mix of freedom and female, two words which should go hand in hand already. But what the new lingo “freemale” is actually is doing is taking away an inherent quality of being a woman and being an individual, choice. “Freemale” is making it seem as though women with families didn’t choose that life for themselves. Or, worse yet, we aren’t doing our own thing if we’re just “female.” How does being in a relationship with a man only qualify you as a woman? That’s just major misogynistic BS. Especially as the number of women, 25 to 44, who fit the definition of “freemale” has doubled to nearly 700,000 over the past 20 years. So, while the intention to popularize the Destiny’s Child style Independent Woman movement is good, the terminology could still use a little work. Keep reading »

    Free Condoms All Around In Antarctica

    During Antarctica’s long winters, the McMurdo research base has a staff of only 125 scientists — but if any of them are in a position to get lucky, they won’t have to brave the cold to buy condoms. (Do they even have drugstores in Antarctica anyway?) Nearly 16,500 condoms were delivered to the base last month and will be available free of charge throughout the year. “Since everybody knows everyone, it becomes a little bit uncomfortable,” said Bill Henriksen, the base’s manager. And you thought your pool of men was small. [Reuters] Keep reading »

    Panda Mating In BBC Documentary

    The BBC and Chinese state television collaborated on a documentary showing giant pandas’ courtship in the wild, and it just might be the first time such images will appear on TV. Very exciting. The producer of the documentary Wild China says the mating calls sound like “Chewbaccas in a pub brawl.” But the guy pandas don’t have it easy. Not only do they have to fight off other men, they have to be ready for the two-day “peak receptive time” for female giant pandas. The male waits it out by eating bamboo. Perhaps the whole eating-chips-on-the-couch-while-watching-sports thing is the human equivalent of the pandas’ pre-sex waiting ritual. [BBC] Keep reading »

    Feature: Pathetic Male Movie Leads, Get Lost!

    Picture for a moment, if you will, the opening sequence of a film. A romantic comedy. Close, on the female lead, she stands in her apartment a puzzled look on her face – darn it! She wants love! Dating is hilarious! Sex is hilarious! People chase other people through airports and make embarrassing speeches at corporate functions all in the name of L-O-V-E. This female lead is unemployed. She is a slacker. She’s uncertain what she wants to do with her life, but she is certain that she’s ten to fifteen pounds overweight. She engages in recreational drug use, sometimes even drinking bong water. She fears change and cries at the drop of a hat. But boy is she lovable!

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    The Hairwash Photo Project

    Making use of shampoo can really change you. Not only does it make you look so fresh and so clean, but it also makes you feel better (especially if you went to the beach and didn’t wash your hair all weekend). This site, which I cannot read because it’s in Russian, shows pics of people “before shower” and “after shower.” Most people just look wet, but others went through some big changes. Soap and a razor can change everything. [Hairwash Project via Notcot.org] Keep reading »

    The Daily Squeeze: Wedding Jitters, Man Breasts, And Naked Cycling

  • A 19-year-old woman in England is getting hypnotized so she doesn’t vom on her wedding day. [Tango]
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