“When I was auditioning for ‘True Grit,’ I was on the Paramount lot, I was wearing clothes from the 1800s that were big and uncomfortable. ‘Glee’ also films on the lot and I love the show … I saw Lea Michele just walking to her trailer and I was like, ‘That’s the girl from ‘Glee.’ I’ve got to go ask for her autograph!’ So I walked up to her and asked for her autograph, but she walked by and a guy came and said, ‘Sorry, now’s not a good time!’ … I had to walk all the way back to the car wearing what I was wearing. I was practically crying on the way home. I was so sad! But she’s beautiful and she has an amazing voice.”
— “True Grit” star Hailee Steinfeld on her fan fail with Lea Michele. Way to break a young star’s heart, Lea. I bet she feels like an ass now. Not to worry, Hailee. You’re already more famous than Lea. She should be begging for your autograph. [Celebitchy] Keep reading »
There were a lot of new toys at the Adult Entertainment Expo in Las Vegas last week, but one in particular seemed extra freaky: the new C-B6000 chastity belt for men. While its name implies some kind of futurist technology, the concept is sort of a medieval torture device for boners. Marketed with “A Married Woman’s Guide to a Happier Relationship,” the makers suggest women can take charge of their sex lives with a dick lockdown that’ll prevent their man from masturbating. Ha! Ain’t nothin’ gonna stop a boner— well, except maybe the woman who purchases this contraption. Gasp at all the crazy (and sort of NSFW) model options, after the jump! [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »
Heard of MILFs? Well, James Van Der Beek
is here to show that dads can be sexy too. As the spokesman for DILF brand khakis, Van Der Beek models the butt-contouring pants that will have all the soccer moms drooling. I like the part where he humps the hedge trimmer. Did you know Dawson had a booty like that? I didn’t. Keep reading »
While they may look picture-perfect to us, celebs have imperfections too and it makes them all the more endearing. Click through to see if you can match the celebrity to their, err, strange feature. If their careers don’t work out, there’s always the circus. And I say that in the most sensitive way possible. I love the circus.
For many Frisky staffers, and Frisky readers, we’re sure, Salon’s Broadsheet blog is a daily must-read. A so-called “feminist” blog, Broadsheet has always been more than that — a blog about politics, sex, and cultural trends that just so happens to look at those subjects through the female lens. Now, Salon has announced Broadsheet will be no more. Which is sad. But we’re thrilled to hear that one of our favorite
lady writers, Tracy Clark-Flory, who has been at the helm of Broadsheet for the last year, will still be writing for Salon but focusing on long-form original reporting on sex, relationships, and, we’d imagine, feminism. We’re looking forward to more of her insightful, thoughtful, and balanced work that never ceases to make us think. BTW, if you’d like to share your earliest sex memories with Tracy for an upcoming story, she’s looking for interviewees. [Salon] Keep reading »