Oprah Talks To Transgender Model Lea T


Lea T has modeled for Givenchy and smooched Kate Moss on the cover of LOVE magazine: now the world’s most famous male-to-female transgender model is dishing the dirt on Oprah‘s couch. Er, armchair. I didn’t know this before, but Lea T was born Leandro Cerezo in Italy to a soccer star father and Catholic mother. I’m sure they are swelling with pride … at least until Oprah asked, “How do you, if I may ask, how do you hide your penis? You must have to strap that thing down in there?” Aaaaand scene. [ColorLines] Keep reading »

12 Famous Folks Channeling Lady Gaga

12 Famous Folks Channeling Lady Gaga
Richard Simmons is a little obsessed with Lady Gaga. A while back, he tried to get Anderson Cooper to bounce with him to “Just Dance.” Then he did an exercise routine to “Bad Romance.” And earlier this week, he was photographed in this outfit, an homage to Gaga. I give him an A for effort—his legs aren’t half bad. But, uh, Lady Gaga would neva, evah wear those white sneakers.

After the jump, more stars do their best Lady Gaga impressions.

The World’s Most Stylish Doughnut

Krispy Kreme and Glamour U.K. have teamed up to create a limited edition doughnut for the magazine’s 10th anniversary. Based on the signature Original Glazed doughnut, the Glamour Glaze is finished with a sparkling glaze in shades of hot pink and purple, tasting of strawberry and black currant, respectively. A very stylish doughnut, indeed. I hope there will be a Glamour photo spread of models devouring them. [The Hairpin] Keep reading »

Anti-Abortion Foes Target Blacks With “Dangerous Womb” Billboards

The anti-abortion movement tries many tactics — guilt, misinformation, assuring women they’re smart and capable enough, more guilt — but one of the latest permutations has been framing abortion as a racial issue. Some anti-abortion activists are framing legal abortion as a way to deter black women‘s reproduction. The latest example is this billboard hanging in New York City’s highly trafficked SoHo neighborhood which reads, “The most dangerous place for an African-American is in the womb.” The billboard was posted by the Texas-based anti-abortion group, Life Always, The New York Times reports, conveniently timed for Black History Month. Keep reading »

What Are We Reading This Week?

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Hey, just because we watch a lot of “Jersey Shore” here at The Frisky doesn’t mean we have terrible taste in pop culture! Well, it kinda does … but not all our taste is terrible. When we’re not tracking Snooki and The Situation‘s tan lines or posting gratuitous photos of hot guys, we are reading books and, you know, learning stuff.

After the jump, find out what five Frisky editors and bloggers are reading this week and make sure to tell us what you’re reading in the comments.

Natalie Portman’s Miss Dior Cherie Commercial Is Super-Cheesy

When I think of “Natalie Portman” or “Dior,” I don’t think “epic cheesiness.” But the creative director for Nat’s Miss Dior Cherie perfume commercial had a different thought process. Yikes, this is a little embarrassing. [YouTube] Keep reading »

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