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I’ve already told you I’ve had HPV. I’ve managed to steer clear of any other STIs, but I know many people who have had herpes, crabs, gonorrhea, or chlamydia. What about you? Take our poll — don’t worry, all results are of course anonymous.
Have you seen the wares from Heidi Montag’s debut clothing line for Anchor Blue, “Heidiwood”? Let’s just say there’s lots of tacky animal prints (“I love zebra!”), satin short-shorts, and racerback tank tops. But the best description of the line came courtesy of New York magazine, who sent a couple writers to try on the clothes. “We looked like rejects from Rock of Love II with Bret Michaels; stick us on the hood of a car and Whitesnake would’ve appeared, guitars in hand.” [NYMag.com] Keep reading »
Grrr. So. That Yale art student and her abortion project? Totally BS. Kudos to gillybeans for smelling a stinker. Yale issued a statement today saying that Aliza Shvarts’ story was a fake, but still a part of her real art project. Um, making us feel stupid? Sort of. The statement read: “The entire project is an art piece, a creative fiction designed to draw attention to the ambiguity surrounding form and function of a woman’s body.” For the record, I still don’t think this is art. [Yale.edu]
UPDATE: [And I swear this is the last thing I am going to write about this annoying little twit, but I feel compelled to update you all since the subject inspired so much discussion.] Now Shvarts is disputing Yale’s claim that her project was a work of fiction, saying Shvarts that she repeatedly “used a needleless syringe to insert semen into herself, and at the end of her menstrual cycle, she took abortifacient herbs to induce bleeding.” But she doesn’t know whether or not she actually was ever pregnant. “No one can say with 100-percent certainty that anything in the piece did or did not happen,” Shvarts said, “because the nature of the piece is that it did not consist of certainties.” YAWN. I’m bored. [Yale Daily News] Keep reading »
I just stumbled upon the most adorable site called BestKisses.com which is just filled with pictures of people, animals, things, whatever, kissing. You can submit your own photo too and they may just put it up alongside photos of camels kissing, and babies and dads kissing, and couples kissing. Do you think they will accept this photo of me kissing myself? [BestKisses.com] Keep reading »
Remember how I said Made Of Honor looks like practically the same movie as My Best Friend’s Wedding? And that it would probably suck? Well, Kiss The Bride has a pretty darn similar plot to both of those films, only this one features a gay guy, his first boyfriend, and that first boyfriend’s soon-to-be-wife, played by trannylicious Tori Spelling. It also looks vaguely awesome, proving that just because you stole another movie’s plot doesn’t mean you’re not worth seeing. [Kiss The Bride] Keep reading »
1) That’s the Human papillomavirus. No, virus isn’t a separate word. It’s the most common sexually transmitted infection, but most people who have HPV don’t even know they have it. There are over 40 strains of HPV which affect everything from the nose, to the mouth, to the genitals, sometimes in the form of oh-so-sexy warts. A few specific strains of the virus are the ones that can lead to cervical cancer. The strains of HPV that can cause genital warts are not the same as the types that can cause cancer.
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