Katy Perry Covers “Born This Way”

Covering songs is dangerous. You have to pick something obscure enough that a zillion people haven’t already done it, but recognizable enough that the audience will want to sing along. You have to give the song your own spin, while keeping true enough to the original that the song maintains its basic shape. So… More »


Mind Of Man: Why Men Prefer “Innocent” Girls To “Whorey Slutosauruses”

By: John DeVore / March 9, 2011

This week’s column was inspired by a recent article on MarieClaire.com entitled “Why Men Prefer Innocent Girls To Bad Girls.”

The other day, some guys and I were chillaxing in my pal Josh’s sweet hot tub doing what guys do which is hang out and be real and we were discussing “innocent” girls versu… More »


Michaele Salahi Booted From “Celebrty Rehab” For Having No Addiciton

The lord giveth and taketh away. (Yeah, I pre-apologize for that intro line—it’s in poor taste.) Last week, we learned that Tareq and Michaele Salahi—the White House party crashers who ended up on “The Real Housewives of DC“—would be checking in to “Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew” for its new season along with Bai Ling,… More »


Do Not Want: Gold Chain Garter

By: Julie Gerstein / March 9, 2011

Like many women, I’m constantly looking for ways to highlight my leg fat and emphasize the parts of my body I feel most uncomfortable with. I’m also always trying to innovate in the field of weird ways and places to wear jewelry. So, with that in mind, I absolutely recommend we all run out and… More »


Frisky Reader Revealed: Delilahgem

By: Jessica Wakeman / March 9, 2011

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… More »


Solitude Is A Virtue

By: Ami Angelowicz / March 9, 2011

When I was 13, I started locking myself in my lair and writing angsty poetry, which caused people (especially my parents) to assume that I was a lonely, depressed, misanthropic hermit. As it turns out, I was spending some very necessary and healthy time alone. A new study at Harvard University found that spending time… More »