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Oh hey, it’s August. What the hell? Keep clicking to find out what The Frisky staff is wearing — and a few of us are reading — today…
Pharmacists would be forbidden to refuse to dispense birth control based on their religious beliefs under a bill re-introduced to Congress last week. The Access to Birth Control (ABC) Act would punish pharmacists who force women to either find another pharmacy to get their contraceptives — a problem if you live someplace like rural Idaho — or go without their Loestrin entirely. Keep reading »
This week on “My Strange Addiction,” we met 33-year-old Tamara and her pillow Boo. This pair has history. They’ve been together since 1982, when she found him at an antique shop, but their connection deepened when she leaned on Boo (literally) as a coping mechanism after being molested. Even though Boo has never been washed, Tamara insists he’s not stinky. But she doesn’t really care what anyone thinks of Boo. Not the president … or her boyfriend. Uh, she has a boyfriend? And I’m single? I’m sorry, let me not make light of her problem. Please note: this is an example of the importance of receiving therapy after a trauma. [Jezebel] Keep reading »
Do the dog days of summer have you and your S.O. staying in nights and hovering around the air conditioner? Sticking your head in the fridge for gratification? Feeling too listless and lethargic to get it on? If so, we’ve got the giveaway for you! Athena’s Home Novelties, an adult toy shop committed to the sexual empowerment of women, wants to help you reignite your inner summer sex goddess. One lucky reader will score an “Erotic Summer Survival Kit”—stocked with naughty bed time stories and other fun balms, lotions, and potions to help you cool down, relax, and get you in the mood for some summer lovin’.
WIN THIS! Tell us in the comments about your steamiest summer sex story—the most erotically inspiring tale will walk away with the “Erotic Summer Survival Kit.” Enter by 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, August 4, 2011. We’ll pick our favorite response and announce the winner Friday, August 5. You must live in the U.S. or Canada to win. (Read the official rules here.) Good luck!
First off, let me just say that for the past several weeks, I feel like I’ve been visually assaulted by the annoying “Change Up” posters in and around the New York City subway system. The posters feature a glib (isn’t he always glib?) Ryan Reynolds with his arms around two girls’ butts. Basically, the women are nothing more than props. One friend remarked, “It’s kind of silly that they even bothered putting the women’s heads in the shot at all, since it’s clear that who they are isn’t really part of the story.” It’s a shame, because Jason Bateman is pretty awesome, but the poster makes this movie look terrrrrrible.
Now that we’ve gotten that over with, let’s talk about the fashions worn to last night’s premiere. After the jump, the good, bad and totally weird.
We should probably start calling her Helen “Curvalicious” Mirren now. LA Fitness—yes, the gym chain—apparently conducted a survey of 2,000 members as to which celebrities have the hottest bodies. For dudes, a very predictable choice won—Mr. David Beckham. But surprisingly, Dame Helen was the top pick for women. Nearly 18 percent of those surveyed that she had the “Female Body of the Year,” and this is over Jennifer Lopez, Pippa Middleton, Elle “The Body” MacPherson, and Kate Winslet. All this goes to show—senior citizens can be sexy, too. [People] Keep reading »