If The Frisky had a mascot, we’d like to think it would be Tatiata Kozhevnikova, a 42-year-old Russian with the world’s strongest vagina. That’s not a turn of phrase either. Guinness World Records actually crowned her queen of the vaginas. In any case, Kozhevnikova has returned with a new video, showing off her vaginal superpowers. Surely, this is one of the most amazing vaginas ever. Personally, I don’t totally get what’s going on here? Like, how is this thing attached to her hooha? Or is she clenching it, like, inside? One day, we may see workout rooms at the gym filled with women who have barbells dangling from their vaginas, taking vagina power-building classes. It could happen, people. [Total Pro Sports] Keep reading »
NBA superstar Dwyane Wade and his wife, Siohvaughn Wade, are in the midst of a nasty divorce because Dwyane was cheating with actress Gabrielle Union. Siohvaughn is one angry chick and is filing a lawsuit claiming that Union “engaged in sexual foreplay with Dwyane Wade” in front of the Wades’ two sons, ages 8 and 10. The lawsuit alleges that the affair caused one of the kids so much anxiety that he started losing his hair and is now getting court-ordered mental evaluations. Dwyane’s rep called these claims “baseless and meritless.”
I don’t know about you, but it sure seems to me that Siohvaughn is doing this just to give Union a hard time. And as it turns out, many states have legal means to get back at the other woman. Keep reading »
Imagine being married to a State Police lieutenant who is killed in the line of duty — and then you learn that even though you are the widower of a fallen state employee, you’re not eligible for federal benefits that would be available to other widows.
Such could be the case for Kathy Bush, one half of a lesbian couple in Massachusetts. Bush and her partner, Mary Ritchie, married in 2004, when same-sex marriage was legalized by the state. At last, the couple didn’t have to worry about hiring lawyers to write contracts stipulating their parental rights and health care plans (something married, straight couples never have to do). But Ritchie and Bush still weren’t in the clear. Keep reading »
Because the earth is obviously rebelling against us, Nashville, Tennessee, was besieged by thunderstorms over the weekend, sending the Cumberland River more than a dozen feet above flood level. Huge parts of the city are underwater, 30 people have died so far, and experts are estimating more than $1 billion in damage. Nashville is the country music capital of the world, and the Grand Ole Opry has been seriously flooded—instruments, costumes, memorabilia, and other equipment are damaged and missing. And many country stars who live in the city have been affected by the floods. Kenny Chesney went on “Anderson Cooper 360″ today to tell about the damage to his house, which is fully submerged underwater and will likely be condemned. He had to take a boat to get into the property. “I’ve never seen anything like this in my life,” he said. Keep reading »