Moammar Qaddafi Would Like His Own Fashion Retrospective Now, Thanks

By: Julie Gerstein / April 25, 2011
As if dealing with a citizen-led uprising while attempting to secure your own controversial position as dictator for life in Libya wasn't enough, reports now say that Moammar Qaddafi is actively lobbying to have his own Costume Institute exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The annual Costume Institute show typically highlights a designer or… More »

This Woman Is Exercising Her Face

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / April 25, 2011
Sweet mother of God, what is this woman doing to her mouth with that tiny little baton-contraption?! (And what's with the opera?) Further investigation reveals she -- her name is "Victoria Looseleaf," by the way -- is demonstrating the Facial Flex Ultra, which is a "proven way to tone and condition the underlying muscles of… More »

9 Glitter Looks That Aren’t Gross

By: Julie Gerstein / April 25, 2011

Lil B Titles Album “I’m Gay,” Receives Major Backlash

The hip hop world isn't exactly known for being gay-friendly, what with the frequent homophobic rhymes and someone like 50 Cent going as far as to joke, "I had my homie shoot up a gay wedding" on Twitter. So it was a pretty bold move when rapper Lil B announced last week that… More »

Would You Engage In “Sex Bartering” With Your SO?

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / April 25, 2011
I used to trade back rubs for blow jobs. Not with strangers, of course. With my boyfriend at the time. And not half-assed, sitting in front of him on couch with the TV on back rubs either; no, I'm talking lights off, candles burning, soothing background music, scented oil back massages for at least 20… More »

How To Be Romantic Without Being Creepy

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / April 25, 2011
The romantic gesture: a lovely thing or reserved for creepy stalkers? Blogger Joshua Lyon, writing for Thought Catalog, seems to feel that the romantic gesture is dying. He talks about being branded "scary intense" for writing a letter to a man he had a crush on and suggesting an old-fashioned correspondence. That… More »