Quickies: Lindsay Lohan Fails Drug Test & Willow Smith’s “Whip My Hair” Video Teaser

  • The word on the street is Lindsay Lohan failed a court-mandated drug test last week and could get 30 days in jail as a result. [TMZ]
  • Kim Kardashian, like Lady Gaga, has threatened legal action over Pipedream Products’ sex dolls. [Starpulse]
  • You have two whole days to try these sexy role-play scenarios. [Essence]

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And The Prize Goes To … Developing Your Fall Fashion Look

In honor of fall fashion week on The Frisky, we asked you to tell us how you will develop your look this season, in the hopes of winning a fall fashion prize pack from Avon. Many of you plan on layering your summer staples to make them weather-appropriate, pulling out your cold weather staples from seasons past, and hitting up your favorite thrift stores. But there could only be one winner. And it was oceanvodka because homegirl already has her outfits planned based on the weather. Read her comment after the jump. Keep reading »

Gift For Gab: The Best Comments For The Week Of September 10, 2010

We here at The Frisky live for celeb gossip, chocolate, and your comments. What can we say? You crack us up! Each week in this column, we shout out to our smart, sexy, and incisive readers, who aren’t afraid to talk smack on the internet. And you can get in on the action too. Tell us your favorite comments from this week in the comments! Keep reading »

Win This! “Our Noise: The Story Of Merge Records” Book

We pretty much think the last good music made came out in the ’90s — and the guys and girls of Merge Records were behind a lot of it. Indie rock bands like Superchunk, Seam, and Neutral Milk Hotel provided the soundtrack for our teenage lives and beyond.

Merge Records is special not only because of the great music it puts out, but also because the label founders are musicians themselves. Mac McCaughan and Laura Ballance of Superchunk founded the label, and it’s their artist-focused aesthetic that really drives the Merge machine. Keep reading »

Today’s Lady News: Sports Commenter Says Ines Sainz Was “Asking For It”

  • A Fox and NFL Network sports analyst, Brian Baldinger, has said that Mexican sports reporter Ines Sainz was sexually harassed by members of the Jets football team and staff because she was “asking for it.” (And yes, that’s a direct quote.) Apparently, Mr. Baldinger is of the opinion men are just big testosterone-swollen lunkheads who can’t control themselves. [Yahoo]
  • Federal Way, Washington, is considering an amendment to the morals code to limit the amount of T&A that can be shown in public. The city council’s parks committee specifically want to address the skimpily dressed “bikini baristas.” [Seattle Post-Intelligencer]
  • Oh, boo hoo: “Privates,” the video game that takes place inside a vagina has not been approved for the Xbox 360. [ComputerAndVideoGames.com]
  • A girl who was prostituted at age 14 is suing the online sex site Backpage.com, claiming she was taken advantage of by a pimp who advertised her on the site. The girl, now 15, is seeking restitution under the Child Abuse Victims Rights Act. [STLtoday.com]

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Remember When Ladies Were Cup Holders? Chevy Does

Remember when men were men and women were cup holders? Chevy does and they are selling posters of their 1959 Impala to celebrate the glory days when women knew their place was in the shotgun seat. Sexist ads don’t endear the rest of the country to feel bad for your financial woes, auto industry. [ChevyMall.com via AutoGuide.com] Keep reading »

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