How To Deal With Your (Crazy) College Roommate

Julie Gerstein / August 24, 2011

Roommates are a wild bunch, by nature, by definition. A major part of the college experience is being thrown in with a complete stranger and forced to live with them, adapt to them and somehow learn to get along without killing one another. In my view, given the roommates I’ve had over the years, they… More »


Do Not Want: A Mixed Metaphor, In Shoe Form

Julie Gerstein / August 24, 2011

Neils Peeraer is a student at the Antwerp Royal Academy of Fine Art — one of the most prestigious fashion schools in the world (and the alma mater of Martin Margiela!). It’s also where the Antwerp Six — designers Walter Van Beirendonck, Ann Demeulemeester, Dries van Noten, Dirk Van Saene, Dirk Bikkembergs and Marina Yee… More »


Daisy Lowe Gives Us A New Word For Our Lady Parts

“When I did the shoot it was just me and the photographer. I didn’t think about the whole world seeing me naked. Everyone can see my nunny. My gran was cool and said, ‘If you’ve got it, flaunt it’. But mum and dad weren’t so impressed.”
Daisy Lowe, i.e. the daughter Gavin Rossdale discovered he… More »


Soapbox: On Withholding Sex As Punishment

Jessica Wakeman / August 24, 2011

After I started giving blowjobs to my high school boyfriend, I soon became aware of my newfound sexual power. I had something he wanted. For a 16-year-old girl stuck in a lot of circumstances she had no control over, the tangibility of that power felt amazing.

Then my high school boo and I were… More »


Looks Like Ben Flajnik Is The New “Bachelor”

Reality Steve is the guy to go to if you want the inside scoop on “The Bachelor.” For eons, he has been giving accurate spoilers for the show, thanks to a reliable set of sources. So even though this story comes to us via Life & Style (who are reporting this week that Jennifer Anisto… More »


Mind Of Man: Why Men Lie

John DeVore / August 24, 2011

Men lie because the shortest distance between what they want and getting it is a rickety rope bridge swaying back and forth over a bottomless chasm that creaks when you put your foot on it. It is possible to inch across that bridge and get to the other side. But it’s more likely that the… More »