FACT: Believing any of these gay sex myths could result in the lowering of your IQ. You’ve probably heard all of these myths in some form or another from a crazy uncle or a sexist co-worker. But if you believed them, you’re just as bad as the knuckle draggers who spread them. Here are seven of the worst.
MYTH: Being gay is a choice.
FACT: In 2008, The Karolinska Institute scanned the brains of gay and straight people and found a difference in the two, proving that being gay isn’t a choice. Now if only we had a study that examined why people choose to ignore scientific evidence. Read more…
I’ll bet you’ve never heard of a happy ending like this before. A Kansas woman is suing her personal trainer for allegedly ejaculating on her feet after a training session at the gym. Groaaaaannnn.
After completing her workout at her Gold’s Gym in Merriam, Kansas, Ashley Clevenger claims her trainer Darrell Davis took her back to a room “equipped and designated for massages.” While she was on her stomach getting her legs and feet massaged, Clevenger claims she felt “something strange on her feet that did not feel like hands.” She turned around and saw Davis “rubbing his exposed penis on her feet” and “ejaculat[ing] on [her] feet.” Clevenger is suing for psychological and emotional damages. Keep reading »
Local news in my adopted state of Massachusetts is all abuzz lately with controversy over prisoner Michelle Kosilek, currently incarcerated for the 1990 murder of her spouse, and who has, after years of legal struggles, been awarded a court order mandating that she receive the surgery she so desperately needs, on the taxpayers’ dime.
The catch — and of course there’s a catch — is that Michelle Kosilek is transgender, and the court-ordered surgery is sex reassignment surgery. She was convicted of murdering her wife by strangling her with a wire (and, apparently, nearly decapitating her in the process), when her name was Robert Kosilek, and is now serving a life sentence for that crime. Kosilek began transitioning the same year as the murder, and has brought numerous lawsuits fighting for her right to trans-specific medical care, from hormone therapy to electrolysis treatments. Keep reading »
We’re not celebrities so we don’t tweet topless pics of ourselves or worse — risk having them leaked. But still, if you take a topless photo of yourself, famous or not, you should consider the possibility that someday, somehow, it may surface for the entire world to see. Why not make the best of it? If you’re going to bother taking your clothes off for a sexy photo session, you might as well make sure it’s a good one.
“The Newsroom”‘s Allison Pill learned a hard lesson yesterday when she accidentally tweeted a topless photo of herself. After blasting her naked tatas to 13,000+ followers, Pill tweeted an apology: “Yep. That picture happened. Ugh. My tech issues have now reached new heights, apparently. How a deletion turned int a tweet … apologies.” The only thing she should be apologizing for is her pose. Let this be a lesson to us all. When taking topless photos DON’T lay on your back. Why? It flattens you out.
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Whoopsies! “The Newsroom”‘s Allison Pill accidentally tweeted a topless photo of herself with glasses. After blasting her tatas to her 13,000+ followers, Allison Pill tweeted an apology: “Yep. That picture happened. Ugh. My tech issues have now reached new heights, apparently. How a deletion turned int a tweet … apologies.” No need to apologize, Allison! We all rather quite enjoy it. But a friendly hint from me to you: laying on your back is not the best way to take a topless photo. Just sayin’. (See the NSFW version after the jump!) [
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