In writing about “Passion tips: your erotic and romantic love story,” I talked about designing your love room with words. In fact, with a tiny bit of ingenuity, you can turn your bedroom into a place of serenity and loving passion.
For years I have loved and referred to a book by Claire Cooper Marcus called House As a Mirror of Self: Exploring the Deeper Meaning of Home. This afternoon I took a walk through the Brown campus, stopped at a tiny deli, and one of the local papers had an article talking about her work. She believes that your home reflects your feelings about yourself.
If you are fretting about not having enough loving taking place in your home, here are some tips for turning your bedroom into a passion place — not the ancient Pompeii brothel as pictured here — but certainly a place that creates an aura of quiet love and erotic passion. Continue reading… Keep reading »
We here at The Frisky live for celeb gossip, chocolate, and your comments. What can we say? You bitches crack us up! In honor of you, our smart, sexy, and incisive readers, who aren’t afraid to talk smack on the internet, we’re giving away prizes! Each week we’ll award you awesome chatty Cathys a little something special. This week, five winners will receive Danielle Stevens Jewelry. Without further adieu, the lucky winners of this week’s Gift For Gab. Keep reading »
A few days ago the gaming news site Kotaku had an interview with Steve Hirsch, CEO of the Vivid Entertainment porn empire, about his hopes to deliver high-definition adult entertainment to the Playstation 3, XBOX 360, and Nintendo Wii over the PlayStation Network and similar services now that Sony has seemingly paved the way for such content in Japan, where DDM.TV now brings on-demant adult content to the PlayStation 3.
“Our point is pretty simple,” Hirsch told Kotaku. “As long as age verification is in place that (Sony) feels comfortable with we see no reason why adults shouldn’t be allowed to access adult movies on the Playstation 3.”
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Backstage at Cynthia Rowley, I spotted a new ‘do that some of you ladies out there (and certain people around here) are going to love. The curled bang look created by hairstylist Bok-Hee is just as retro as Simcha’s usual pompadour, but, as Bok-Hee told me, it has “a little modern twist.” To create the bang, Bok-Hee combed a section of hair forward and rolled it over a hair donut she had cut to fit the model’s forehead, pinning it into place. The rest of the hair was slicked back into a pony, and that’s it! This could also be a pretty slick way to try bangs before you commit to cutting your hair. Just pair with this purple MAC shadow they blended together to give the look a modern edge. Keep reading »
I almost feel guilty telling you to go to the movies this weekend, because at least half of this week’s releases never had a chance. But on the brighter side, “9″ looks kind of amazing; “Tyler Perry’s I Can Do Bad All By Myself” doesn’t star Madea; “Whiteout” might help you survive an arctic murder mystery of your own one day; and characters you probably wouldn’t like anyway die in “Sorority Row.” Yay! Keep reading »
When ESPN reporter Erin Andrews
learned in July some perverted peeping Tom had videotaped her naked
through a peephole in her hotel room, she did what any of us would do: she called her parents screaming. Andrews told Oprah Winfrey
about her ordeal on this afternoon’s show:
“Having to call my parents and they—they thought I was physically injured how bad I was screaming…I kept screaming [to my father], ‘I’m done. My career is over. I’m done. Get it off. Get it off the Internet. Get it off.’”
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We were backstage at Preen this morning for New York Fashion Week and were surprised that the models had really minimal hair and makeup that could be worn by average women. Learn how to recreate the look without buying a ton of products, after the jump. Keep reading »
Drew Barrymore’s new two-toned ‘do is leaving us scratching our heads. Admittedly, she looks lovely with a bob and red lipstick, but we could do without the band of black at the bottom. As you ponder your feelings about this new dye job, check out a few other celebrity hair-dye head-scratchers.