“If you’re dating a guy, right away. If you’re dating girl, I think you’ll know pretty quick if she’s into that. If they’re not bringing it up, it’s not something on their agenda. That’s just realistic. My boxing coach Dirty Phi says, ‘If you stick your pinkie in there, and then another finger, and then another, and she responds happily, then it’s cool.’” — The Hills‘ Spencer Pratt on when to bring up the subject of anal sex with your boyfriend or girlfriend. Keep reading »
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It’s National Pet Week! In honor of all things cute and mushy and wrinkly and wet-nosed, we’d like you to send us pictures of your pets (email pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org). At the end of the week we’ll post the ten most squeal-inducing so your friends, neighbors, and the strangers on this here interweb can “ooh” and “ahh” over your pets’ adorableness. Since it would be totally unfair for me to include my dog Lucca among the top ten, I will just post this video of her when she was a puppy to inspire you. Keep reading »
Remember high-heeled sneakers? I think they were popular for a time during the Clueless days, and then brought back for a split second by Jenny From Da Block, but I thought for sure they’d been retired permanently. Not so. Spotted on one of our favorite little shopping sites online, ShopBop.com. For SHAME. [ShopBop.com and StyleHive] Keep reading »
Say you and your boyfriend break up after celebrating many holidays together. There was the Christmas he gave you the diamond earrings, the birthday you got a Tiffany necklace, and the anniversary he screwed a Cartier love bracelet around your wrist. It feels sort of weird wearing them after the fact, doesn’t it? Well, there are a couple sites, such as ExBoyfriendJewelry.com and Ex-cessories.com, that let you sell jewelry from an ex you want to forget. Or you could put them on eBay (but hooray for entrepreneurs!). [Reuters]
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Mildred Loving, the aptly named civil rights leader and last victim to be criminally tried for interracial marriage, passed away last Friday, at the age of 68. In 1958, she happily married a white man she had been in love with since grade school. Subsequently, she and her husband, Robert, were arrested and forced into exile with their children for violating Virginiaâ€™s Jim Crow laws, but she refused to undo their â€œI doâ€™s.â€ Loving fought for love and took her trials all the way to the Supreme Court — where she and her husband got 17 states’ racist laws slashed. Although she only wanted to be a bride, Loving became an American heroine and she will live on through her heart, which was big enough to change this country. [AP] Keep reading »