Wait a second. Didn’t Courtney Love quit Twitter a few weeks ago, after posting this image on the site? Well, apparently she is back at it again. Some people think the second woman in the photo is Paz de la Huerta of “Boardwalk Empire,” but I can’t quite tell. Shedoes like getting naked over and over again … [NY Daily News] Keep reading »
I’ve read so much advice about not just hopping into bed with men—about how you should make yourself as exclusive as a luxury brand, and how holding out makes him commit. While normally I’d insert an eye roll here, I’m finally a broken slut. Why? Courtney Love said she doesn’t do one-night stands. She, a woman whose daughter divorced her, said she is too sensitive to just hit and run on guys. That there guitar is the only thing she’ll hump without being bought dinner first! Wow. Color me shocked. Sheesh, maybe I better slow my roll. I definitely don’t want to be out-partying a woman who started a band called Hole! [Yahoo UK]
So, to help sluts like myself stop opening our legs for business after hours, I’ve come up with a handy-dandy list of reasons to avoid one night of sexy times with a stranger. The vag you save may be your own.
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In a captivating New York Times style feature that ran this weekend, Courtney Love—dubbed a darling of the fashion community—talks about how much she wants to be trusted again.
“I’d like to be trusted again, like I was at one point. I’m not trusted right now. People don’t want to get in trouble. They think that I am probably going to talk about things I shouldn’t talk about, which I do a little bit, but I am really trying to be trusted again.”
But really, did we ever trust her? Keep reading »
“I used Tony Robbins’ concerto of modeling from people who are good influences on me … I try to keep the negative people out of my life. No prescription meds! I’m in a love thing … loving myself, foremost—trying anyway—and chanting as always.”
—Courtney Love claims that her new, fresh face is from positivity and love and not from, say, surgery. I feel like she should strike up a friendship with Danielle Staub. [Celebitchy] Keep reading »
“I have to get it together and finish this damn story that The New Yorker, by the way, does not know is coming. They may reject me. But I want to be published. It’s time—I’m 46.”
—Courtney Love on her new writing career. Can’t wait to read that one! [Newser] Keep reading »