What’s Wrong With Dressing Slutty On Halloween?

Yes, we’ve all heard that “Mean Girls” quote about how Halloween is the one night a year when girls can dress like a total slut. And I’ll admit that the “sexy costume” craze has led to some weird combinations, like Sexy Chewbacca and Sexy Skunk. But every year, in the weeks leading up to our scariest holiday, the slut-shaming rises to a dull roar, and everybody starts saying things like, “When did Halloween become an excuse to dress up like a slut?”

The answer is ALWAYS. When I was in 6th grade, I begged my mother to let me dress up as a hooker, because Halloween has always been about dressing up like a slut. And you know why? Because it’s fun! Keep reading »

Antoine Dodson Turns Pitchman For Sex Offender Tracker App


Still hidin’ your kids and hidin’ your wife? Have no fear, Antoine Dodson’s sex offender trapper app for the iPhone is here! Keep reading »

At What Age Will You Chop Off Your Locks?

Let me rephrase that. Do you have a set age, in your head, of when you expect it’ll be time to chop off your hair? The New York Times had an interesting article in its style section this weekend about how, when a woman reaches middle-age, she is almost expected to cut off her hair so that it can no longer be described as “long.” Keep reading »

Dear Wendy: Why Won’t He Say “I Love You”?

Wendy is off today. So in lieu of a brand-new Dear Wendy, we’re rerunning one of her early columns. Keep reading »

Jane Lynch Surrounded By Beefcakes

OK, so these images of Jane Lynch aren’t going to incite the same uproar as the Terry Richardson images of Gleeks Lea Michele and Dianna Agron in the November GQ. But still, we like that they took Sue Sylvester out of the track suit and gave her a glam moment. Oh, and surrounded her with scantily clad dudes. [People]

Another image after the jump. Keep reading »

A Show For Celebrity Name-A-Likes

Will I ever get sick of celeb-reality TV shows? I’m doubting it, because I am kind of fascinated by the concept for this new show, “The Same Name,” which CBS has just ordered a pilot for. The show will take normal folks who share their name with a celebrity, and have them switch places with their famous doppelganger as the cameras roll. Here’s hoping they can find a Kim Kardashian who’s a Sunday school teacher in a small town. Or at least a Heidi Montag who’s a garbage woman. [NYMag.com] Keep reading »

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