Another fall, another round of intense fashion weeks. Whether we’re talking Melbourne or Milan, one thing remains a constant — there are a lot of damn boobs on the runway. And sometimes they fall out of their shirts or stand at attention under sheer underthings. Here, we’ve captured the latest round of boobs on display during the spring/summer 2013 fashion week season. Don’t say we never did nothin’ for ya.
If there’s a lesson to be learned from Jami Lynn Toler, the Arizona woman accused of faking cancer to raise money for breast implants, it’s that some things are just not worth doing for fake boobs. The 27-year-old told her grandmother, her boss and dozens of other friends and family members that she needed money to get a double mastectomy and breast reconstruction surgery. She even went so far as to set up fake fundraisers and an online donation page. Toler raised $8,300, which she used to pay for her new pair of boobs. No, there was no cancer involved. It was a lie. For her crime, she was sentenced to a year in jail, three years probation and she will have to pay the victims back. Hmmm. Accepting you natural boobs or facing incarceration? I choose natural boobs! [NY Daily News]
Toler’s not the only woman who has done something incredibly stupid just to get implants. Click on to see what other dumb things women have done for bigger breasts. Ladies, so not worth it!
Danish magazine Se Og Hor has published bottomless photos of Kate Middleton, toweling off and wearing a bikini top on a balcony/porch beside Prince William. I’m assuming these pics were taken at the same time as the topless photos, when she and William were vacationing in the South of France — meaning they assumed they had some motherfucking privacy. Keep reading »
Cindy Gallup’s Make Love Not Porn movement has inspired us. For those of you who have never heard of her, Cindy Gallup is, for lack of a better term, a cougar. When, in her 40s, she began dating (and having sex with) much younger men, she discovered that their bedroom playbook was a little too heavily influenced by hardcore porn. During a 2009 TED talk, Gallup announced her plans to sexually re-educate, rehabilitate and reorient young people.
Her new website, MakeLoveNotPorn.com and video site MakeLoveNotPorn.tv (which hasn’t officially launched yet) will endeavor to teach the difference between the “porn world” and the “real world” by sparking discussion and showing videos of people having real-life sex. Not that she’s anti-porn (she claims to be a fan) she just wants everyone involved to know the difference. AMEN.
We’ve been having a similar experience in the bedroom and it’s time we ‘fess up. Guys, we’re onto you. We know when we’ve unwittingly been cast in your personal porno fantasy. Like a knockoff handbag, we can smell the inauthenticity a mile away. Most of the time, we’re too polite to say anything and we either choose to attempt to play the part … or not. I mean, sometimes we’re into it, too. But often, we feel the burden of your unrealistic expectations. So, we’re putting you on blast. It’s time to come up with some more original stuff. Click through to see our running list ideas we know you’re getting from XTube. [New York Times]
We’re not followers of Ke$ha’s music, but after hearing about the inspiration for her latest song, “Supernatural,” we’re, well, haunted. “It’s about experiences with the supernatural… but in a sexy way,” she told Ryan Seacrest on his radio show. “I had a couple of experiences with the supernatural. I don’t know his name! He was a ghost! I’m very open to it.” [Huffington Post]
Listen, we’re not totally opposed to concept of their being an afterlife and that some spirits walk amongst us. But we don’t know that we’d be game to get frisky with one either. Doesn’t seem very … intimate. But maybe we’re wrong. After all, Ke$ha is not the only person to have had some sort of sexual encounter with someone or something not quite … human. Read on for more sexual encounters of the third kind…