Where Has Rebecca Gayheart Been Since, Oh, “90210″?

Everyone is all hot and bothered over the threesome sex tape featuring hot mess Kari Ann Peniche, “Grey’s Anatomy” star Eric “McSteamy” Dane, and his wifey, Rebecca Gayheart. Back in the early ’90s, Rebecca was one of our idols. We’d watch her splash water on her face in Noxzema commercials and daydream about what it would be like to have such amazing features and gorgeously curly hair. Then she swooped in on “Beverly Hills, 90210″ and stole Dylan McKay’s heart, marrying him right before getting shot in one of the best television moments of all time. She seemed seriously on the way up until … well, she disappeared.

So what has this chick been up to between dying in Dylan’s arms in 1995 and hopping in a bathtub with Eric and Kari Ann in 2009? Keep reading »

Hillary Clinton May Wear The Pants(uit), But Her Agenda Is All About Women

It’s about time someone started focusing on women’s rights, at home and abroad, and it looks like Hillary Clinton is just the woman for the job. On her 11-day trip to Africa, Hill first gave the smackdown to a guy who oddly asked her what Bill thought of something. Then, according to the Washington Post, she went to oodles of women’s dinners and mentioned women a ton of times in each of her speeches. Clinton is different than other Secretaries of State because she wants to “elevate people who, in their societies, may not even be known by their own leaders.” And she proved that she’s not just talking the talk—in fact, she spent twice as long in a housing project in South Africa as she did with the country’s president. Keep reading »

Six Word Memoirs Actually Say A Lot


Since 2006, Smith Magazine has been encouraging readers to submit memoirs told in six words. Some folks who’ve told theirs are famous while others are total unknowns, but together the result is fascinating and strangely poignant. The first book contains almost 1,000 memoirs and is called Not Quite What I was Planning: Six Word Memoirs from Writers Famous and Obscure and the second is titled Six-Word Memoirs on Love & Heartbreak. It’s only 8$ on Amazon. What would your 6-word memoir say? Keep reading »

It’s Always Teatime Somewhere: 11 Tea-Related Accessories

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A.N. Original Jewelry Shop Tiny Silver Whimsical Teapot Necklace, $38, Etsy

I’ve never been a coffee drinker. While I love the smell of roasting beans and brewing pots, my taste buds can’t handle the bitter taste. So, I’m a tea girl through and through. I even had a tea-party birthday when I was about eight years old. Iced black tea got me through late nights studying in high school, and being introduced to chai in college was like meeting my soul mate. While coffee became the cool caffeinated beverage when the rise of Starbucks and other chains brought fancy brews to the masses, tea is entering the spotlight in the realm of fashion accessories. I just hope no one thinks that by wearing this little teapot necklace, I’m declaring myself short and stout.

10 Rules About The Way Men And Women Eat

Esquire.com recently posted a “personal catalog” of 30 “likes, dislikes, habits, and rules” about the way men eat. I haven’t thought much about it before, but looking at this list, I suddenly realize that men and women are practically opposites when it comes to mealtime. After the jump, 10 habits and rules for men from Esquire, plus our own personal catalog of 10 likes, dislikes, habits, and rules about the way women eat. Keep reading »

New Pickup Technique: The Copy Cat!

Are you ready for this one? If you want to get someone to like you … copy him! As in say what he says, nod when he nods, smile when he smiles. Yes, that’s all it takes. A new study done with monkeys, balls, and marshmallows (yes, you read that correctly) shows that people recognize and prefer those who mimic their behavior, proving once again that humans and monkeys alike are all hardwired to be totally self-absorbed. [Time] Keep reading »

New Sculpture Is Hands On, Balls Out

Installation artists Jason Krugman, Stella Kim, and Ben Chao have got balls! Their latest piece of work is a giant replica of a scrotum. And much like your man’s fun bags, the Teste Touch responds to a gentle caress and, er, rises to the occasion. Check out this vid of the interactive art in action. From the looks of it, while we Frisky girls have been reminding dudes what not to forget during sex, the men finally got someone to represent their desires in the sack too. [WOW] Keep reading »

Anonymous Blogger To Be Revealed, Promptly Sued

If someone started a blog about you, where they posted photos and called you a “skank” and a “ho,” what would you do? Would you sue? That’s exactly what Liskula Cohen wants to do, but the blogger behind “Skanks in NYC,” which is devoted to trashing the blonde model, is anonymous. However, a Manhattan judge ruled yesterday that Google — which owns Blogger.com, the blogging platform that hosts “Skanks in NYC” — must give up the identity of the anonymous writer behind it. Keep reading »

Quote Of The Day: Ashton Thanks Angst, Good Looks For His Success

“I walked down, and [fashion photographer] Mario Testino was in the crowd. He’s, like, ‘Who is that boy?’ Why is he walking so angry?’ And then, that started a buzz, and then [photographer] Bruce Weber booked me on an Abercrombie & Fitch shoot the next week. So it was just sort of like I had that moment that just sort of just popped things off.”

Ashton Kutcher on how he got his big break. [Buffalo News] Keep reading »

Gallery: Not Your Average Hose

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Not that you’re really thinking about tights at this juncture in the summer—but with fall clothing invading the stores, hey, they are in your not-so-distant future! So, yeah, we all have that black opaque pair—but what if you wanted to get a bit more frisky (pun sort of intended) with your legwear? Well, we’ve got your answer(s). And the first up on this epic crazy-ass cool tights tour is this hand-painted pair from an Israeli textile designer. [Gal Stern]
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