Nirvana Fans Put Out On A First Date; Lady Gaga Enthusiasts Don’t

It's not easy to tell if someone is willing to go home with you on first date. But the online dating site Tastebuds has an offbeat idea for judging this—pay attention to what they list as their favorite music. The site surveyed users about their first date desires and then sorted through the info… More »

Being Beautiful Is Jennifer Lopez’s Job

By: Ami Angelowicz / April 13, 2011
"The thing is, [being beautiful] is part of my job … I don't want anybody thinking it's easy. It does take time and it's hard work. HDTV wide-screen is nobody's friend!"-- Jennifer Lopez on being named People's "World's Most Beautiful Woman." Her job sounds exhausting. Her regime includes grueling workouts, a strict diet, and… More »

Thank You To The Crazy Whisperers

By: Jessica Wakeman / April 13, 2011
We all have moments where we are not our best selves. Maybe our hormones are going haywire because we are pregnant, just got on birth control, or just got off birth control. Maybe we have been sleeping for three hours a night for the past six weeks because it's finals time. Or maybe we're just… More »

The Real Life “Secret Diary Of A Call Girl” Brooke Magnanti Wrote A Book About Sexonomics

By: Jessica Wakeman / April 13, 2011
In November 2009, Dr. Brooke Magnanti bravely outed herself as the "Belle du Jour," a former sex worker whose blog Diary of a London Call Girl went on to become a smash hit book and Showtime TV series, "Secret Diary of a Call Girl." A specialist in neurotoxicology and… More »

How To Get A Guy’s Attention During Sex (NSFW)

By: Ami Angelowicz / April 13, 2011
The Onion's sex guru, Rebeccah Rachel, delivers some amazing tips about how to keep a guy's attention while he's thrusting his erection at you. The accessory wall is a genius idea, as is throwing a ball at him in mid-pump. I'm surprised that Cosmo didn't think of these tips first. But the best piece… More »

Girl Talk: How Taking Improv Classes Changed My Life

If you are anything like me, you are probably very skeptical when someone utters the words "changed my life." I mean, this is the phraseology of infomercials—of people trying desperately to convince you that you need a colander that hooks onto your sink or a $14.95 bib to prevent you from spilling coffee o… More »