Evening Quickies: Parents Protesting Ben & Jerrry’s Schweddy Balls Ice Cream

By: Jessica Wakeman / September 20, 2011

A handwringing parents’ group called One Million Moms is protesting Ben & Jerry’s new flavor Schweddy Balls, which is named after a classic “Saturday Night Live” skit starring Alec Baldwin, Molly Shannon, and Ana Gasteyer. One Million Moms, which is affiliated with the Christan group American Family Association, huffily said of Schweddy Balls: “The vulgar… More »


Today’s Lady News: Diddy Publishes Photography Book About Butts

By: Jessica Wakeman / September 20, 2011

Diddy, Interscope’s Jimmy Iovine and photographer Rafael Mazzucco have published a new book about women’s butts called Culo by Mazzucco. (Culo is the Italian word for ass.) As an appreciator of booty, I think the books sounds like 240 pages of awesome. But some might say it “objectifies women by way of dismemberment,” as Clutch… More »


GIF Of The Day: Jon Hamm Works It

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / September 20, 2011

I don’t know why this GIF is cracking me up so much, but I wish Jon Hamm really did pose for the cameras like this. Nice hip action. More »


Fall TV Guide: The Shows Kicking Off On Tuesday, Sept. 20

By: Kate Torgovnick/Kate-Book.com / September 20, 2011

Dominatrix Suspended From New York Attorney General’s Office

By: Jessica Wakeman / September 20, 2011

Lawyers in the New York Attorney General’s office are used to cracking down on bad boys. But in Alisha Smith’s case, bad boys may have been paying her top dollar for a public spanking from “Alisha Spark,” her dominatrix alter ego. There are also allegedly photographs of “Alisha Spark” on the internet posing in skintight,… More »


Our Hormones, Our Careers

By: Ami Angelowicz / September 20, 2011

A new study done at Pennsylvania State University found that hormones may play a role in women’s carer choices. A group of 125 men and women between the ages of 9 and 26 were asked to rank careers in order of interest. Women with high levels of the male hormone androgen tended to prefer professio… More »