This Puppy’s Got Moves

 

Cute! But I’m muy embarrassed this salsa-dancing puppy’s got better moves than I do. [Guanabee] Keep reading »

Style Stealer: Madonna’s Vintage Material Girl Style

Out magazine released some stunningly gorgeous vintage shots of Madonna in her “Get Into the Groove” finest — from before she released her first record. She’s rocking a petticoat! A petticoat! After the jump, we give you everything you need to be your own “Lucky Star.” Keep reading »

Leighton Meester On Her Drugstore Beauty Must-Haves & The Secret Behind Her Shiny Hair

She may play a privileged and flawlessly lip-glossed Queen B on TV, but “Gossip Girl’s” Leighton Meester says she’s actually a drugstore diva.

We caught up with the 24-year-old actress and her personal stylist Charles Baker Strahan at New York’s Eventi Hotel, where we asked the new Herbal Essences spokesmodel if she really shops bargain when it comes to beauty.

After all, she has access to everything, right? Read more… Keep reading »

7 Tips For Sexting Someone You Barely Know

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The courtship process used to be a lot simpler. You used to cruise around in a Firebird and girls would be there, and then there’d be something called heavy petting, and then you were married. The whole process took about three weeks, and could be sped up if the Firebird had been recently washed. The only potentially tricky part was if you had to negotiate a dowry, and that usually wasn’t required unless your bride was Indian or incredibly ugly. Since then, things have gotten far more involved. With our cell phones and our STDs and our Craig’s lists, the courtship process has become incredibly complicated and dangerous, more filled with dangerous loners and viruses and spyware than ever before. Keep reading »

Libyan Woman Says She Was Raped By Qaddafi’s Men, Is Detained At Gunpoint By Government Forces

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On Saturday, Libyan woman Eman al-Obeidy walked into a hotel in Tripoli, Libya, populated by foreign journalists in order to let the world know that Col. Moammar Qaddafi’s military forces had beaten and raped her. What followed was a violent scuffle, as al-Obeidy was forcibly removed by Qaddafi’s men, despite the protests and protections of international media. It was a violent and graphic reminder that women and girls often face specific and harrowing abuse in times of war and conflict.

According to reports, al-Obeidy barged into the breakfast room at the Hotel Rixos, where journalists had been staying at the behest of Qaddafi’s regime, and breathlessly told members of the media that she had been repeatedly raped and violated by 15 of Qaddafi’s men. “They say that we are all Libyans and we are one people,” she said. “But look at what the Qaddafi men did to me,” pointing to a bruise on her face, a scar on her thy and scratch marks on her leg. “I was tied up, and they defecated and urinated on me. They violated my honor.” Al-Obeidy stressed that the real story of the struggle in Libya wasn’t being told. “There is no media coverage outside,” she said. “They swore at me and they filmed me. I was alone. There was whiskey. I was tied up. I am not scared of anything. I will be locked up immediately after this.” She added: “Look at my face. Look at my back.”
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12 Celebs Who Were Dancers First

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Before Mia Wasikowska was on the map as one Hollywood’s hot up and comers, she was in the ballet studio 35 hours a week. She thought she would be a ballerina, but now she’s glad that her fate took a turn. “Dance is about perfection. It’s about the line of your ankle, the ideal weight, minute things that most people don’t notice but that dancers are trained to see and spend hours obsessing over in front of the mirror … Dancers are kept in a perpetual state of pre-puberty, and for young girls in particular, that type of pressure breeds insecurities. You can become so obsessed with the smallest details—it was a good thing for me to get out of,” she told Black Book Magazine. Click through to see some other celebs who started off their careers as dancers. [Black Book]
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