Oh cruel world, say it ain’t so. Rumor has it that LeAnn Rimes made a sex tape. No, I’m not talking about those grainy security cam videos that showed her smooching Eddie Cibrian when they were both supposedly happily married to other people. LeAnn allegedly made a sex tape with her ex-husband, Dean Sheremet. According to Star Magazine, the tape was found in a moving truck—which, what? But when Dean was asked about it, he said that it was in the realm of possibility that a tape had been unearthed. “Things like this happen!” he said. “We were married for eight years. We did a lot of s**t!”
LeAnn, naturally, is in heavy denial mode. Keep reading »
According to a new study done at Temple University, about 60 percent of women have faked it at some point. An orgasm that is.
I would be lying if I said I wasn’t one of them. I fake it often.
The big mystery plaguing scientists is why? Why are women pretending to get off if we’re not? Originally, researchers believed it was to stroke the male ego, but this study found that our reasons for faking have more to do with us. Most women surveyed faked it to mask a fear of intimacy, to get sex over with, or to increase their own sexual satisfaction. Keep reading »
Kate Middleton‘s wedding dress? You ain’t seen nothing. The sparkly Jenny Packham gown worn by the newly minted Mrs. Wales is a stunner. It’s from Packham’s spring 2011 collection and Middleton wore it to a charity gala at Kensington Palace in London last night. I don’t know what’s more gorgeous: the princess or the dress! [NYMag.com] Keep reading »
From designer collaborations sold out at retail to collectible posters honoring rock legends, these are the dozen items we’re longing for on eBay this week. Keep reading »
Well, here’s some depressing news; a study out of the Journal of Applied Psychology found that women who are very thin earn more than women who are average — by around $22,000. And women who are of average weight earn more than women who are “heavy” or “very heavy.” Women who are “very heavy” make around $19,000 less than average-sized women, and “heavy” women make $9,000 less. So, that means thin women make an average of $40,000 more than “very heavy” women. Sigh … there’s both a gender wage gap and a weight wage gap to contend with, I guess. [Time] Keep reading »