For The Woman Whose Knees Need Accessorizing, CherrieCherrie

Tired of boring, unaccessorized knees? Sick of naked kneecaps? Dying for a way to make your knees speak volumes? Well, worry and wonder no more, for CherrieCherrie knee accessories are here, and “now your knees can talk!” (Oh, but what will they say?) If you’re familiar with garters, you get the idea. Back in ye olde days, garters were worn below the knee, not the thigh, and CherrieCherries are the same. They come in a variety of styles, and stockings aren’t required. Would we wear them? Our knees plead the Fifth. [NOTCOUTURE] Keep reading »

Girl On Girl: An Open Letter To Elisabeth Hasselbeck

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Dear Elisabeth Hasselbeck,

I have to say, you truly enlightened me last week when you opened your trap on “The View” and said that women who turn gay later in life do so because they can’t get a man. You said, “I’ll tell you what’s happening. Older men are going for younger women and leaving the women with no one.” Keep reading »

Frisky Reader Revealed: We’re Taking A Trip To Phoenixx

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 avatars. We decided to launch a weekly column where we learn all about a Frisky reader. After the jump, meet Phoenixx, one of our most prolific commenters. Keep reading »

The Moment Prop 8 Was Ruled Unconstitutional


I have to say, this footage from outside the federal court building in San Francisco yesterday when opponents of Prop 8 learned it had been ruled unconstitutional and that California would begin issuing marriage licenses to gays and lesbians was even more beautiful than that one guy’s double rainbow. [via BuzzFeed] Keep reading »

Caroline Giuliani Busted Shoplifting And Other Politicians’ Kids With Rap Sheets

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As mayor of New York City, Rudy Giuliani famously fought to keep crime off the streets — but little did he know he raised a budding criminal at home. Yesterday afternoon, employees at a Sephora on the Upper East Side of Manhattan watched — on camera — his daughter Caroline Giuliani, 20, hide $150 worth of beauty products in her jacket and busted her for shoplifting. Cops arrested the ex-presidential candidate’s kid for petty larceny and hauled her away in handcuffs to the local precinct. What did young Caroline Giulinai steal? Dior skin primer, Bliss moisturizer and a hairnet, among other beauty products. Really, Caroline, a hairnet? [New York Daily News]

In the messy world of politics, a Stepford wife smile and freshly scrubbed tots portray a candidate as a loving husband and a doting dad. Unfortunately, all too many politicians’ kids are familiar with the phrase “Officer, do you know who my daddy is?” After the jump, let’s meet five little hellraisers.

Why Do I Want What I Can’t Afford?

Have you watched the new “Say Yes to the Dress”? The one in Atlanta? At one point, a bride tries on a gown she can’t afford, and the saleswoman opines the bride “has champagne taste and a beer pocketbook.” My purse isn’t made out of an old Bud can or anything, but if I shop at the Gap, why do I dream of expensive things? Like this blue acrylic and silver spiked cuff by Burberry that costs $215? Do you have champagne taste but a beer budget? Keep reading »

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