Is Kelsey Grammer Into Cross-Dressing?

There should probably be some kind of rule about going on “The Howard Stern” show within six months of a breakup. As with David Arquette, chances are that Howard and Robin will goad you into saying something you probably shouldn’t. Camille Grammer went on the show this week and, of course, the subject of her ex-husband Kelsey Grammer staring in “La Cage aux Folles” came up. Robin asked if Kelsey liked to dress as a woman in real life. “I didn’t say it! I’m not talking about it,” Camille said before laughing. Keep reading »

Dear Wendy: “My Fiancé Has Cold Feet”

I am in my mid-twenties, currently engaged to and living with a man I love and respect very much. We got engaged after only nine months, and in total, we’ve only been together for a little over a year. His proposal was a total shock; I was perfectly happy to just be together without rushing things, but I have to admit, it feels right to be going ahead with this. About a week ago, when I brought up marriage plans over dinner, my fiancé got visibly upset, and started talking about how “some couples just don’t ever get married” and how he thinks that’s a good way to go. He also started talking about changing the wedding plans to something much smaller than we had discussed. He later even talked about putting the wedding off indefinitely. He assured me that he’s very much in love with me, and it’s not the thought of marrying ME that’s putting him off, but the idea of losing his independence and stagnating after he gets married. I want to reassure him and talk it over, but part of me thinks he probably just needs to stew over it for awhile (I did the same thing, to a lesser degree). My question is, do I give him his space to just work it out? How much space? At what point does it make sense to call off the engagement? I feel silly being engaged with no wedding on the horizon. Regardless, I’m still committed; I just need to know where I/we stand so I can make life plans. Advice? — Bride in Question

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She’s A Girly Girl, Even In The Shower

These days a formal boudoir is hard to come by, so naturally a girl’s gotta stake her territory elsewhere. This adorable cream-and-pink shower curtain will be like a flag, telling your gentlemen callers that this room right here is where the magic happens. The vintage beauty supplies depicted on the curtain — curlers, pearls, perfume diffusers — are too cute for words. Every glamour girl needs a bathtub shower curtain as pretty as she is!

[$52.99 ModCloth]

5 Things I Plan On Doing With My Time Now That I’m Not Dating Or Drinking

Here’s the thing about drinking — it’s a multi-tasking activity and it makes lots of things even better. Here are just some things I really enjoy doing with a glass of wine in my hand:

  1. Taking a hot bath while reading a gossip magazine
  2. Liveblogging award shows and “The Bachelor”
  3. Cooking and eating
  4. Playing fetch with my dog in our building’s long hallway (since our apartment is small and it’s too cold for the dog park right now)
  5. Reading in bed

For the record, these are all frequent activities in my life and I will miss my friend Vino when I am doing them during this period of sobriety. Because I’m also giving up men — particularly the dating and sexing of them — I know I need to find new activities to put my energy into, especially things that wouldn’t be improved by, say, my favorite cocktail of Cristalino champagne and grapefruit juice. Keep reading »

What Is Your Book Zodiac?

For one more hokey way to predict your future, why not check out your book Zodiac? The site Biblio Oz has a feature where you punch in your birthday and you get your “book chart” if you will — the position of all the best sellers on the week of your birth. My number one non-fiction bestseller was none other then Christina Crawford’s terrifying, tell-all memoir about Joan Crawford, Mommie Dearest. If a book Zodiac is anything like an astrological Zodiac, I am frightened by the implications. I should probably get rid of all of my wire hangers ASAP. [BiblioOz] Keep reading »

Frisky Reader Revealed: Unscrambling LSS86

Hands down, the best thing about working at The Frisky is our amazing readers. We so heart all of your witty, thoughtful, and informative comments—heck, we even appreciate the mean ones. Sometimes, we can’t help but wonder about the faces behind the avatars. So we decided to launch a weekly column where we learn all about a Frisky reader. After the jump, meet LSS86, one of our most prolific commenters. Keep reading »

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