Star Couplings: J. Lo & Skeletor Are On The Rocks

  • Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony’s marriage is in major trouble. He’s too controlling and she blames him for her crappy career. [DListed]
  • Jodie Sweetin aka Stephanie Tanner has been ordered by a judge that she can’t be alone with her baby Zoie without one of her parents present — her soon-to-be ex-husband says the former meth addict is still boozing. [DListed]
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    Woman Lives With Sex Maniac

    Amanda Draper, a 34-year-old woman from Ontario, Canada, is married to Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. During the day, her husband, 33-year-old Tim Draper, is a normal and loving guy, but as soon as he falls asleep he turns into an aggressive, sex-crazed monster, who tears off his wife’s nightgown, pulls on her flesh, and forces himself on her. Keep reading »

    Carrie Bradshaw Is Dead

    Once upon a time, Carrie Bradshaw was a role model for women across America, and “Sex and the City” promised a Manolos and men-filled life. Even after the show was canceled, it lived on in reruns, and the movie version brought lady viewers back in droves. Now, though, the recession promises to finally put to bed women’s “Sex and the City” pipe dreams, or so says Vanity Fair, when one male writer takes a ride on the “SATC” bus tour. From a sad visit to the sex shop where Charlotte bought her Rabbit vibrator to the Magnolia Bakery cupcake-eating gaggle of female tourists who ragingly recount every single episode, some women are still desperately trying to hold on to “Sex and the City” escapism, instead of sinking into the reality of the great 21st century depression. By the end of the tour of this female fantasyland that never really existed: “We all realize what an obsessively ridiculous, embarrassing, empty, and needy exercise this has been.” Us, too. [Vanity Fair] Keep reading »

    Quickies!: Fashion Shuns Bryant Park

  • Vera Wang, along with Betsey Johnson and Carmen Marc Valvo, has decided not to have a flashy fashion show at the Bryant Park tents during New York Fashion Week in February. We think this has less to do with being politically correct and more to do with financial security. [Perez Hilton]
  • A Pennsylvania couple was offended when a ShopRite refused to decorate their three-year-old son’s cake because his name is Adolf Hitler Campbell. Not surprisingly, money-grubbing Walmart took the order. [Dlisted]
  • NuvaRing users may have a greater risk of developing blood clots because of the type of progestin hormone used in the Ring. But only your doctor can tell you if you’re really at risk. [Dear Sugar]
  • Jodie Sweetin can only be with her 8-month-old daughter in her parents’ home or in the presence of her parents, a judge ruled on Wednesday after Sweetin’s estranged husband made substance abuse allegations. Let’s hope discussing her meth addiction didn’t make her long for the drug. [People.com]
  • It usually pays to be a nice girl this time of year, but sometimes it’s totally appropriate to be naughty. So feel free to put that flirty coworker in her place when she’s trying to get your man under the mistletoe. [Your Tango]
  • Men think that for women, sex is more emotional then physical, so any female indiscretion is cheating. Good thing they don’t know that sometimes we fantasize about other men while we’re having sex. [Asylum]
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    The Last 31 Days Of 2008: Get Your Buzz On

    I think I may be one of the few girls that’s out here that does not own a vibrator. But after shopping for batteries with a girlfriend of mine who insists she has one in every color and every size, it got me thinking why haven’t I ever brought one? Is it embarrassment to go into a sex shop? Is it shame because I haven’t gotten any in awhile and the idea I need an object to stimulate me humiliates me a bit? Whatever the reason is, it’s time to change all that! Thank goodness for Annika. She told me to start off small with a pocket rocket…that sounds enticing. Hit up stores like Babeland.com for the best selection in female friendly sex toys.

    See all the ways to make the most of the last 31 days of 2008 here. Keep reading »

    Wearable Food Gets An Upgrade

    Before today, I thought Ring Pops were the height of glamour in food that you can wear; I was very wrong. Designer Nancy Wu took sheets of beef jerky and sewed them together to create what appear to be a classic Chanel quilted handbag and a Louis Vuitton wallet. Doesn’t the bag look like a vintage purse that was handed down from Grandma? [via Designboom] Keep reading »

    GQ: Putting The Hump In Humphrey

    Dan Humphrey has got a dirty side — well, thanks to pervy photog Terry Richardson, he does. In a shoot for the latest issue of GQ, the nice guy next door gets a lil’ naughty with some tennis balls, a leather jacket, and a bottle of champagne. Penn Bagdley is so sexy, he could pop our cork anytime! (Especially if that resembles his O face.) We loved the spread of him and co-stars Ed Westick and Chace Crawford in Out Magazine earlier this year. But after seeing these hot shots of the well-styled star in country club wear, Mr. Humphrey has got us saying, “Chuck Bass, who?” Although, “Gossip Girl”’s Lonely Boy told the men’s mag he’s looking for a bigger challenge. Hm, perhaps we could find a way to give him a handful… [World Of Wonder] Keep reading »

    Packing Up And Moving On

    Why is moving so hard? Well, for starters, it’s the third most stressful event in a person’s life, behind divorce and death. Really! Perhaps it’s because moving happens unexpectedly sometimes (you or your significant other are relocated for work, for example.) Maybe the fear of the unknown gets us in the gut — what’s it like there? who will my friends be? — that we can’t seem to move through it. And then there’s the solitude. Even if you are moving with a partner, you just don’t expect to feel so lonely when you arrive in the new place. Keep reading »

    10 Best Couples Of 2008

    We witnessed some really happy couples and some that made us shake our heads this year. We put the following 10 couples in the best category because they definitely generated a buzz in pop culture. Keep reading »

    Crave: Three-Button Sweater

    The winter is all about layering, but it takes skill to not look like the Marshmallow Man. This three-Button Sweater satisfies both needs. Made of wool and angora, it will keep you warm when worn over a long-sleeve shirt, and its short sleeves won’t add bulk under your winter coat. Plus it pairs well with work and weekend wear. [$69.50, Express] Keep reading »

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