Over at the Sundance Channel’s SUNfiltered blog, Em & Lo offer up some truly original sex advice just in time for Father’s Day. It’s the sex advice your dad gave you — without meaning to. After the jump, a few of the best. Then add yours in the comments! Keep reading »
“Hi, Honey!” I said as I poked my head out from the kitchen. “How was the gangbang at the bowling alley?” My husband swung through the front door lugging film equipment.
“Pretty whatever,” he said. “Four massive dudes and two roller girls.”
We were newlyweds. Ours was not your typical greeting. Keep reading »
There’s a new iPhone vibrator application on the market, but unlike its predecessors, this one is approved by Apple — and it’s FREE. MyVibe — probably the only x-rated app approved by Apple — was created in response to users’ desire for “’discreet’ vibrators, especially things that look like something else so that they can use it via travel, not worry about their kids finding them, etc.” Yeah, but this vibrator doesn’t just look like something else, it is something else — something one regularly puts next to her face. Isn’t that sort of a conflict of interests? Anyway, sexual heath expert Dr. Debby Herbenick gave it a test drive — check out her comments after the jump. Keep reading »
Robert Pattinson was hit by a taxi yesterday in New York City, while he was running from crazed fans who had gathered to catch a glimpse of him filming “Remember Me.” Although the cab clipped him, he was not hurt and sauntered away—much like the invincible, sexy vampire that he is.
This all went down on East 12th Street…which is where I live! This is all the proof I need, we are definitely getting married some day. Maybe he was even running towards my apartment to propose? It’s okay, Rob, I’ll wait. Is it just me, or does it seem like he may be turning into our generation’s Princess Diana? Everyone leave my man alone. [People] Keep reading »
It has been raining on and off in New York for weeks and we are sick of it. It’s easy to prepare for cold weather rain: wellies, a water repellent jacket, massive black umbrella, and, for the really dedicated, a hat. But the task gets considerably more difficult when the pelting rain is combined with heat and humidity, aka The Perfect Storm of All Things That Make Women Look Messy, Terrible, and Grumpy. In the interest of keeping you dry both from rain and copious amounts of sweat, we’ve found a few summer appropriate, rain-resisting wardrobe staples. Here’s what you need… Keep reading »
I don’t watch “She’s Got The Look,” and I won’t be watching it in the future, because I am pretty sure it peaked on last night’s episode. “She’s Got The Look,” is basically “America’s Next Top Model” for older ladies. On last night’s episode, one of the contestants, Laurie, lost her marbles during judging, stripped off her top, and started prattling on about beauty being spiritual and wanting to take care of people. It is straight up nuts. Clip above. Keep reading »
The next time I get a boo-boo I’m not putting on a neutral Band-Aid, which won’t match my skin anyway. I’m going to stick on a black leather Band-Aid from Scott Amron to toughen up my girly appearance. The bandages also come in a Louis Vuitton logo print. I doubt the fashion house has sanctioned these, but really, if you aren’t carrying a real Louis, then you shouldn’t try to floss with this Band-Aid. But if you’re Kanye West or Kimora Lee Simmons, then feel free to let your wound match your purse. You can pick up a pack of three bandages for $18 at Amron Exptl. [Refinery 29] Keep reading »
Lulu Guinness wanted to make sure her 20th anniversary as a designer was special, so she established the Lulu Guinness Scholarship to help young designers explore a career of accessory design at the London College of Fashion. And she created, with the help of Adam Wright, the first animatronic, or moving, handbag. The birdcage handbag contains a mechanical bird that actually moves and sings, yet is large enough to fit a lipstick and a stash of cash. Wright has also worked with Tim Burton and created the famous animatronic catwalks for designer Hussein Chalayan. The handbag won’t be mass produced, which is kind of a good thing because all that tweet-tweeting would get annoying after a while. But to hear Guinness passionately discuss the making of it in the video above makes me want to see the purse in person. [Dazed Digital]
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