Head Over Heels: The Physical Effects of Falling in Love

DivineCaroline.com / February 24, 2009

I like to think of myself as a logical, control-my-own destiny kind of girl. I think most of my friends see themselves as equally levelheaded. But recently a friend was describing the physical sensations she gets when she meets someone that she really likes — butterflies, sweaty palms, quick heartbeat. No matter how hard she… More »

Sean Penn Omitted Wife From Speech On Purpose

Catherine Strawn / February 24, 2009

No need to freak out: Sean Penn purposefully didn’t mention wife Robin Wright Penn in his Oscar acceptance speech. Penn told Access Hollywood that they had discussed it ahead of time and Robin knows how he feels about her. Wright Penn went on to say that they knew there wouldn’t be “enough time.” Pretty cool… More »

The OctoMom Has An On Camera War Of Words With Her Own Mother

Amelia McDonell-Parry / February 24, 2009

Nadya Suleman, better known as the affectionately nicknamed “OctoMom,” filmed a sit down “conversation” with her mother Angela for Radar Online. “The Today Show” showed a clip of the convo, in which Angela criticizes her daughter for having eight IVF babies, when she already had six kids to care for. OctoMom goes off… More »

Quote Of The Day: Sean Penn Comments On Madonna’s New Relationship

Amelia McDonell-Parry / February 24, 2009

“Another kid already?” Sean Penn to Madonna, at the Oscar party she attended with new boyfriend, Jesus Luz, 22More »

Star Couplings: Britney Spears Sneaks Calls To Former Manager

Persia Ali / February 24, 2009

Britney’s former manager, Sam Lufti is fighting back against the restraining order that was issued against him by the pop star. He claims he hasn’t been harassing Spears, but that she’s been reaching out to him. Supposedly, Brit has been sneaking calls to Lufti on a pre-paid cell phone. [People]
We mentioned last week how… More »

Video Game Allows Players To Rape And Force Abortions

Persia Ali / February 24, 2009

Sure, we’ve seen other video games, like Grand Theft Auto, where players can sexually assault the female characters, but as offensive as that is, at least it’s not the objective of the game. But a Japanese video game called “RapeLay” has the sole purpose of allowing players to virtually rape women. The player stalks the… More »