National Geographic Tackles Infantilism

By: Ami Angelowicz / May 4, 2011
I know what I'm watching this evening. This week's episode of National Geographic's "Taboo" features Stanley Thorton, an adult baby. The 29-year-old sleeps in a crib he built himself, plays with Legos, and is spoon and bottle-fed by Sandra Diaz, his "caretaker." No, they are not lovers. And yes, in case you were… More »

Mind Of Man: What Men Think About Menstruation

By: John DeVore / May 4, 2011
When I was a little kid, my teenage sister explained to me that she had become a woman. This meant that for one week out of the month, I had better do exactly what she tells me. I would never know exactly when that week would be, so for my sake, she lovingly suggested I… More »

Stevie Nicks Is Always In Our Dreams

Whoa. It is a seriously good week for new music. Euro pop-rockers Architecture in Helsinki release their newest, which includes the song "Contact High," my favorite video of 2011 thus far. Watch now, please. For you folk fans out there, Fleet Foxes have a new one, too. But for my pick of the week,… More »

Lindsay Lohan Shows Some Nipple For Her First Day Of Community Service

And now, a lesson in how to dress for your first day of community service at the Los Angeles Downtown Women's Center, courtesy of Lindsay Lohan. Pick some short shorts and leopard print pumps. Pair them with a sheer black top. Make sure to skip the bra. I mean, if you're sentenced to… More »

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Shania Twain Explains Why She Blames The Other Woman More Than Her Husband For Her Divorce

"I cannot hold my husband responsible for the breakdown of our marriage. I'm responsible for that also. The fact that the marriage broke down is nobody's fault—that's just a mutual breakdown of communication between two people. But with Marie-Anne, she was my best friend and it was like, 'Oh, isn't life great.' She kept reestablishing… More »