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!) [Gawker]
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Oopsie! Sears accidentally posted a photo with a fully exposed nipple on their website. According to Gawker, the racy image for the Morris Babydoll Mesh & Lace lingerie set was taken, nipple and all, directly from the original seller, Fright Depot, a Halloween website.
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Boobs and ass crack. You’d think it’d be easy to tell these two types of celebrity cleavage apart. But sometimes, given an odd angle, a creative outfit or plastic surgery, it can be more difficult than you think. Click through and see how well you can decipher the celebrity and their cleave. Good luck! You’re gonna need it.
Plenty of absurd things are “artsy,” like crafting Jesus on the cross out of elephant feces or giving birth inside an art gallery as a live action installation. But a drawing of Michelle Obama topless on the cover of Spain’s Magazine de Fuera de Serie is plain old tasteless. In my opinion, they have every right to depict her artistically, even in poor taste. But that doesn’t mean they should do it. Keep reading »
An unnamed, 26-year-old Russian woman has been charged with murdering a man with her bra. Allegedly drunk, the woman and her boyfriend went next door to ask her 65-year-old neighbor for cash to to buy more booze. When the man refused, the woman beat him and then took her bra off and strangled him with it.
Yes, this is an awful crime. This innocent man did not deserve to die at the hands of this terrible woman and her brassiere. But let’s glean what good we can from it, shall we? Women, should you find yourself in a life-threatening situation know that you are wearing a self-defense weapon under your T-shirt. [Mirror UK]
Did you know that one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime?
This astonishingly high statistic is one of the many things I learned about breast health at Planned Parenthood’s Breast Health Initiative briefing yesterday. Surrounded by some incredibly influential and inspirational women, including Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards and actress/activist Gabrielle Union, I was informed about the lives that screenings have already saved and the ways in which Planned Parenthood is expanding their services. Keep reading »