R. Kelly Sings “Happy Birthday” — To Himself


Oh damnit. It was R. Kelly’s birthday and we totally forgot to send him a singing telegram! No worries. The man took care of it for us. Keep reading »

The 5 Types Of Period Panties

Every woman’s got ‘em: the panties ruined by Nature’s special, beautiful, magical gift to your ladyparts. You might be thrilled that Bingo’s tadpoles didn’t penetrate the love glove, but that still doesn’t mean you aren’t pissed your white, lacy Victoria’s Secret thong looks like a Jackson Pollack painting.

Typically, girls wear sexy underwear at all times because, even if we know no one is going to see them, we just feel better about ourselves when we know we look pretty underneath. But the three to seven days of the month when all we do is cry and eat Cherry Garcia is an exception! Whether they were formerly cute panties sneak attacked by Aunt Flo or nasty knickers you bought just to stain, here are the five types of period panties every woman’s got: Keep reading »

Quickies: Andrew Garfield Fills Out Spidey’s Suit Nicely

  • Yum. Here’s your first look at Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man. Nice bulge. [The Superficial]
  • Astrologist Susan Miller would like to assure you that your astrological sign has not changed. [Twitter]
  • Backstreet Boy AJ McLean is headed back to the ‘hab. [Just Jared]

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The 30-Day Sex Challenge

My husband and I aren’t that bad, but with two children under four, two demanding careers, a dog, a cat, two cars, and a house to keep up, it can often seem like sex is the last thing either of us wants to do. Time for a challenge, no?

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Mark Ruffalo’s Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat

Mark Ruffalo shows off his coat of many colors in this W magazine’s “Best Performers of the Year” series. He looks like he’s high on peyote, but God, do I adore him. [Dlisted] Keep reading »

Today’s Lady News: Idaho Pharmacist Refuses Medication For Woman Who Had Abortion

  • A pharmacist in Nampa, Idaho, refused to fill a prescription for anti-bleeding medication for a woman, telling her she would not give it if it was being used after an abortion. Planned Parenthood of the Greater Northwest said the woman needed Methergine, which is used to stop bleeding after an abortion or childbirth. Idaho passed a so-called “conscience clause” law which allows pharmacists to refuse to dispense medication to patients based on their own beliefs. [KBOI]
  • A military panel is set to request that the Pentagon overturn its ban on women serving in combat. [NPR]

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