Are you a girl who likes girls? No? Well, then are you a girl who likes girls’ boobs? You might be a “boobs-only lesbian,” according to the cheeky website BoobsOnlyLesbians.com, which posts photos of ladies enjoying each other’s tatas. The website is only for tatas, though. Claiming “you can touch yourself down there but I don’t want to,” BoobsOnlyLesbians.com say they cater to the sexual preferences of ladies — BOLs, if you will — with an “aversion to the vag.” (Cough, and straight men, cough.) While I fancy a lovely pair of boobs myself, I’m not sure actual lesbians would appreciate the co-optation of the term. Maybe we could all just agree to appreciate boobies — without labels. [BoobsOnlyLesbians.com] Keep reading »
Uh oh. We’ve heard this story before. Amy-Erin Blakely of Orlando, Florida, filed a sexual harassment lawsuit claiming she was fired from her job at The Devereux Foundation for complaining that managers made comments about her big breasts. Blakely also said she was told that her co-workers couldn’t concentrate in meetings because her boobs were such a distraction and that someone in management “talked about how large her breasts were and that she needed to ‘hide them,’” said her lawyer, Gloria Allred. Worst of all, she alleged that she was told by a manager she would not be promoted above her position as assistant executive director because she was “too sensual”! Keep reading »
Dangerous boobs are everywhere in 2010! Following on the heels (nipples?) of Katy Perry’s firework breasts, Lady Gaga shows off her mammary menace to society on the cover of GQ Italy. Let’s hope she doesn’t try to breastfeed anyone with that thing. [Cover Awards] Keep reading »
What’s a woman thinking when a guy checks out her breasts?
“There’s a time and a place for scoping out a lady’s goods and there’s a time when to do so will earn you a slap in the face or unflattering international press. Let Asylum’s token girl explain the difference, and lay down the law about checking out a nice rack.”
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I don’t know what it is with Katy Perry and her boobs. First, she does a video with whip cream shooting out of her ta-tas. Then she gets kicked off “Sesame Street” for exposing too much cleavage. And in her latest video, “Firework,” fireworks shoot out of her breasts and … save the world. It’s like Katy’s boobs are a force of nature. Or the central theme of her life. And if we see them do enough amazing things, we may come to worship them. In any case, enjoy Katy’s new fireworks breasts. Keep reading »
“I was actually doing ‘Good Times,’ and on our first day of shooting they bound my chest because they thought my breasts were too big. I got the part when I was 10, we started shooting when I was 11—I was developing early. It made me feel that the way that I am, it’s not good enough. That’s why I decided to call [my book] True You.’”
—Janet Jackson reveals a particularly traumatizing moment she had as a child actress. Maybe this explains Nipplegate—her girls just wanted to be free? [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
The world laughed when Heidi Montag said that she felt like she was trapped in her own body because of her enormo breast implants. But I totally understand what she’s talking about.
At 25, I had lost a large amount of weight and my body fat percentage was drastically reduced in a short period of time. This worked wonders for my ass, but wreaked havoc on my chest. I remarked to my girlfriends one night after a few too many drinks that I had tiger nipples. This description, complete with claws and roaring noises, was a reference to the stretch marks that cut deep swaths in my once firm skin. I was in an unhealthy relationship at the time and at the urging of my partner, I decided to do something about my prematurely sagging breasts. Keep reading »
Pinktober — I mean, October — has been taken over as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a worthy cause that’s opportunistically hijacked to promote everything for 31 days straight. Why, just this morning I received a press release from HerCampus.com about essays that six women wrote about their bras sizes “in honor” of Breast Cancer Awareness Month! Sorry, what does an essay about your 36DD tatas have to do with “honoring” breast cancer again? I’m not the only one skeptical of consumer pink-washing during “Pinktober” … Keep reading »
There are plenty of things to say about golden girl Meghan McCain, 26, who has parlayed being John McCain‘s daughter into a full-time job: She writes a column for The Daily Beast, has written a new book called Dirty Sexy Politics, and has a gig on ABC’s “This Week.” After she called Delaware senatorial candidate Christine O’Donnell a “nutjob” this Sunday on “This Week,” Meghan provoked the ire of more hard-line Republicans and their cohorts.
Did they go after her bad manners for calling a public figure a nutjob? Did they go after her family connections? No, they took sexist potshots at her big boobs. Keep reading »