Dear Wendy Updates: “Money Isn’t Everything” Responds

It’s time again for “Dear Wendy Updates,” a feature where people I’ve given advice to in the past let us know whether they followed the advice and how they’re doing today. After the jump, we hear from “Money Isn’t Everything” whose newish boyfriend felt uncomfortable with the amount and type of gifts she was giving him and his family. So, has she curtailed her gift-giving? Has he become more comfortable with her expressions of affection? Find out after the jump. Keep reading »

How Did You Spend Your Thanksgiving Weekend?

The only good thing about a Monday following a four-day weekend is when it coincides with mega online sales, but I’m still pretty bummed another holiday weekend is behind us and we have five work days ahead. So, let’s try to take some of the edge off and reminisce about our Thanksgiving break, shall we? (Unless yours sucked, in which case, hooray, it’s over!). So, what did you do with your long weekend? I had two of my best friends come visit and we spent the weekend eating, drinking, and being merry. I also squeezed in a Thanksgiving meal with my in-laws, a long walk from Brooklyn to Manhattan, a delicious dinner in Chinatown, and four, count ‘em, four different karaoke bars! There was also a lot of gawking at cute boys as both my (gay male) friends are newly single and lookin’. So, what about you? Did you manage to avoid family drama? Hook up with an old high school love while you were home? Hit the Thanksgiving sales? Let’s hear it. Keep reading »

In Some Corners Of The World, Beauty Is In The Unibrow

We’ve spent much time and money waxing, tweezing, and threading the hairs that grow between our two eyebrows (and we imagine so have you). But this process, it turns out, isn’t shared by all women in the world. Over in Tajikistan (a small country just north of Afghanistan), women pride themselves on their full-grown brows as a mark of beauty. And for those who don’t naturally have pronounced unibrows, one can easily purchase pigmented herbs to color in the space, much like an eyebrow pencil. Keep reading »

The 30-Day Cellulite Challenge: Day 20

And so we return from the holidays for another edition of the 30-Day Cellulite Challenge. Nothing says, “Bring on the cellulite!” like the holiday season, really, what with all the binge eating, the fatty foods, and the lolling about on the sofa. Prior to Thanksgiving, I was reporting great results from the anti-cellulite creams I’m using for a month. Did the results hold up? Find out. Keep reading »

Kim Kardashian Is Dead!

OK, Kim Kardashian isn’t really dead, but she is playing dead for charity. Celebrities like Lady Gaga, Justin Timberlake, and Alicia Keys, along with Kardashian, are going to stop social networking — posting to Twitter, Facebook, and the like — until $1 million has been raised in the Digital Life Sacrifice event on Wednesday, Dec. 1, which benefits Keys’ Keep a Child Alive charity as part of World AIDS Day. All that said, Kardashian does make a pretty attractive corpse. [Just Jared] Keep reading »

Woman’s Pantyliner Causes Invasive TSA Search

We hope you’ve finished your Thanksgiving turkey, because the story we’re about to tell you — about a VERY invasive TSA search — might make you sick. An anonymous woman wrote in to the website GladRags.com to let them know about her holiday airport experience. The woman went to the airport in jeans and a T-shirt, bra and underwear — and a pantyliner. When TSA agents attempted to complete a full body scan of her, the pantyliner allegedly blocked their view, and she was subjected to a much more invasive search. Two female agents — with a male agent watching — conducted a search “so invasive that I was left crying and dealing with memories that I thought had been dealt with years ago of prior sexual assaults.” Keep reading »

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