Fergie, Seventeen Mag & Candies Talk to Teens

From Juno to Jamie Lynn Spears, teenage pregnancy is making a comeback — LL Cool J style (don’t call it a comeback, it’s been here for years!). Thankfully, Seventeen magazine and the Candies clothing line are stepping up like a big sister to talk to teen girls about the trend. In the February issue, they lure the babies in with a candy themed make-up article, then get down to business, talking about the choices, chances, and responsibilities involved with sexual activity. From tips on handling tough situations to quotes from other girls who have gotten pregnant, Seventeen does a bang-up job with their spread. Bonus points to Fergie for being the poster girl for the new initiative — she knows what to put out. So take a hint from the headlines — if you’ve got a teen queen, you’ve got to school her in the ways of love. Or just make her turn to page 110. [Seventeen Magazine] Keep reading »

Nips & Tucks: It’s What’s Inside That Counts

Vaginoplasty is the only way Dr. 90210 sees a vagina, but lucky for him, it’s reportedly his third most popular surgery. Ouch! That’s a touchy way to make a buck. Every woman who has had their ‘gina waxed can tell you it’s painful getting ripped off, from the hair removal to the price of the waxing. But vaginoplasty is taking the cost and the cu-next-tuesday to a whole new level and America the beautiful is it eating it up! In a new HBO Real Sex short, bare-naked porn star Katie Morgan talks about the growing demand for the cosmetic procedure. From evening flaps to making the lining a tighter fit than an American Apparel xtra-small, maybe this is what people are talking about when they ask plastic surgeons for Angelina Jolie’s lips. After all, what wouldn’t we do for Brad Pitt? However, with all this hoopla over the hoo-ha, a girl’s gotta wonder if this is the final frontier for equality. Like, what has he manscaped for me lately? [TMZ] Keep reading »

Love On A Park Bench

A plane flying over a stadium with a banner flapping behind it reading “Will you marry me?” is not our idea of romance – does everything have to be so public? However, the benches in Central Park are another story. There are more than 9,000 benches in the park, and you can adopt one for $7,500 and pick what you want the plaque to say. Yes, there are a couple marriage proposals, but they seem sweet since the bench will remain there as long as the park does. [Central Park Conservancy via Gothamist] Keep reading »

NPR Host Raises More Than Funds

Every woman loves a smooth talker, but no man appreciates a stalker- especially Garrison Keillor. The author, musician, storyteller, and host of NPR’s variety radio show A Prairie Home Companion can now add sex symbol to his resume. The generous gentleman just dropped a restraining order against a woman who wouldn’t stop sending him care packages filled with love tokens like dead beetles and an alligator foot. The crazy companion-ophile agreed to back off the radio star and let the rest of the animals in American live, although she plans to work on a book about how she believes, according to the St. Paul Pioneer Press, “she and Keillor influenced each other’s creative process.” Now this gal is nuttier than a couple months worth of on-air fundraising drives! Perhaps instead of their usual radio pitches, NPR could take a cue from their fans and the firemen and make a Hot Men of Public Radio Calendar. We’re sure a shirtless Ira Glass would bring in the big bucks! [TMZ] Keep reading »

Love Heats Up The Ice

Not just sequins and spandex, this time love was also in the air at the 2008 U.S. Figure Skating Championships. Olympic skating stars John Baldwin and Rena Inoue both had successful singles careers. Inoue, originally skated for Japan, but fell for blond Baldwin and switched teams (not in the gay way). They skated together for the U.S. in the 2006 Winter Olympics and are the first duo to successfully land a triple axel. You know with moves like that, the sex must be pretty crazy! After their most recent program at the national competition, John surprised Rena when he got down on bended knee in the middle of the ice and proposed. Aw, man. It was so cute, we began to feel guilty for staring at his butt. Luckily, we’ve still got single skating hotties Ryan Bradley and Brian Joubert to melt our ice. So, congratulations to the happy couple on both their silver medal and their engagement! [You Tube] Keep reading »

Oscar Music Strategy

Besides the opening monologue, the best part about the Academy Awards is the musical performances. My all-time favorite was Three 6 Mafia doing “It’s Hard Out Here For a Pimp,” from Hustle and Flow. Looking at this cool graphic, it seems like there might be a method for winning an Oscar for Best Song — including the words “love,” “heart,” dance,” or “remember” in your lyrics seems to help. (There are definitely exceptions, like the aforementioned tune.) Out of this year’s nominees, we’re rooting for “Falling Slowly” from Once, despite the fact that it contains none of these words. [Entertainment Weekly] Keep reading »

Romance On TV: Dating A Millionaire Means No Sex

There is something fascinating in seeing how the obscenely rich live. Who hasn’t drooled over the mansions in Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous or obsessed about Tony Hawk’s personal skate park on MTV Cribs? And now, with Bravo’s The Millionaire Matchmaker, you get to see how they date. Or at least how they date on reality TV. The series premiered last week and I’m kind of hooked. Unlike Matched in Manhattan, there’s less take-away advice for the average viewer, because dating a millionaire is not like dating a normal man. Not everyone can date a millionaire, but the requirements aren’t as stringent as you might think. You just can’t be a gold digger, and you can’t be ugly.

In the series premiere, third-generation matchmaker Patti Stanger introduces one of her millionaire clients to one of her rules: No sex until they’re in a committed, exclusive relationship. What would happen if everyone followed this rule (besides less STDs going around)? [BravoTV.com]
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The Daily Hotness: Kylie Minogue

Say what you want about her recent red carpet outfits, but frankly, with a body like that, no one is looking at the dress. Since the Aussie actress turned dance floor diva in the late 80’s, she has survived grunge, perms, and breast cancer. And both her music and her good looks keep getting hotter! Infact, we’re starting to get suspicious that she’s one of those sexy robots that guy on the Colbert Report was talking about. Her highly anticipated new album, simply called X, is set for release February 12. Check out the video for one of her singles, which is entitled with the same onomatopoeia we’d use for her: Wow! (Props to Perez for getting it released early!) “Read my lips, I’m into you!” she says. Yeah, we know the feeling Kylie, cause we can’t get YOU out of our heads! [Perez Hilton] Keep reading »

The Daily Squeeze: Naked Flights, Cougars Find Love, And Online Dating Science

  • A German travel agency is offering a flight for nudists. For about $735, passengers can fly from Erfurt, Germany to Baltic Sea resort Usedom in the nude. They’ll have to keep their clothes before boarding and disembarking, but who can resist “flying free?” [Yahoo!]
  • Pretty soon there will be loads of Demi/Ashton-type couples running around. A speed-dating event taking place in NYC in February will pair up rich, older women with younger boy toys. More than 5,000 men applied to be included in the event. [Brisbane Times]
  • What’s behind online dating sites like eHarmony and Chemistry.com? Algorithms, baby. [NY Times]
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    The Hottest Politician Drops Out

    Oh John Edwards. If politics was about rugged good looks, a killer smile, and unapologetic sex appeal, you might have won the nation’s heart. But alas, a car salesman’s haircut, a Southern drawl, and a sassy and smart wife were not enough to guarantee you the Democratic nomination for President. With you out of the race, the voting booth will be lacking in some serious mojo on Election Day. But hey, something tells us People magazine might call about a little something called “The Sexiest Man Alive” issue — and that’s something Obama and Romney could never take away from you. [ABC News] Keep reading »

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