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Today’s Lady News: Offensive PMS Milk Ads Pulled

  • The California Milk Processor Board killed their offensive PMS milk ads that depicted PMS-ing women as irrational and difficult and showed their browbeaten men handing over cartons of milk to quell their symptoms. The ads read things like: “I’m sorry I listened to what you said and not what you mean” and “We can both blame myself” and directed customers to a site called EverythingIDoIsWrong.org. Now that URL redirects to a site called GotDiscussion.org which runs an apology for the offending ads. The ad agency responsible for the PMS ads told The New York Times, “It certainly wasn’t our intention to offend people.” That is such BS. Of course they were trying to offend people! Why can’t advertisers just come out and say “We were trying to offend people and get attention because that’s how advertising works?” [AdWeek]

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Milk Vows To Help “Men Living With PMS”

The milk ad campaigns of yore have been, for the most part, non-offensive. I mean, there’s not too much to argue with in the slogans “Does a Body Good” and “Got Milk?” But the California Milk Processor Board is taking a new approach which I find totally obnoxious. Their new ads riff on a recent study that shows milk can reduce PMS symptoms (or more accurately, that taking 1200 milligrams of calcium a day for three months can), but this information isn’t presented to women—it’s packaged for men. In the “Everything I Do Is Wrong” campaign, men with baffled expressions on their faces clutch cartons of milk under text that reads, “Are you a man living with PMS?” and “I’m sorry I listened to what you said and not what you meant.” Underneath, a URL leads dudes to EverythingIDoIsWrong.org, a website that’s a mock public service announcement for men dealing with the horrors of women’s PMS.

All I can say to this is … UGH. Keep reading »

Pour Yourself A Glass Of Ass Milk

According to new research, we should stop drinking cows’ milk and start drinking donkeys’ milk if we want to stay young and svelte. Asses’ nectar is thought to have many beneficial properties including preventing wrinkles and acne, regulating body weight, lowering blood fats that clog arteries, providing high quantities of omega-3 oils, and keeping energy levels up throughout the day. Okay, sure. Why not? As long as it doesn’t taste funky, I’m in. Now where do I find an ass to milk? [Daily Mail UK] Keep reading »

How Do We Feel About Cows Producing Human Breast Milk?

I, too, await the cyborg overlords who will colonize the Earth, imprison us all, and incubate alien babies in our fertile wombs.

But what I cannot wrap my head around? China claims to have genetically modified cows to produce human breast milk. Yes, a “moo moo moo” cow producing milk for a “wah wah wah” human baby.

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“Milk” Screenwriter Sues Over Sexytime Photos

Nakey pics of “Milk” screenwriter Dustin Lance Black and his ex-boyfriend engaged in all sorts of positions found their way onto StarzLife.com back in June. But now this site, and the dude who Black claims stole the photos, may have to pay a hefty fee. Black is suing for $3 million smackeroos! He says the use of the pictures is an invasion of his privacy, copyright infringement, and more. Oh yeah, and he’s totally confused because he thought these pics were deleted forever ago?

Interesting that Black chose not to target Perez Hilton. If Perez hadn’t posted the photos, they would have been like a tree falling in the forest. And that was not a peen joke. [NY Post] Keep reading »

Quote Of The Day: James Franco On Locking Lips With Sean Penn

“After our kiss, Sean texted Madonna – his ex-wife, Madonna – and said, ‘I just popped my cherry kissing a guy. I thought of you. I don’t know why.” — James Franco in Out

What kissing Franco doesn’t deserve an OMFG?!

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Book Smart: Oscar Reads “Milk”

Gus Van Sant’s biopic “Milk” is nominated for Best Original Screenplay, but writer Dustin Lance Black drew heavily on “The Mayor of Castro Street,” Randy Shilts’ 1982 biography of Harvey Milk, the first openly gay elected official, played onscreen by the fiery Sean Penn.

Something that sets this movie apart from the pack of plain old biopics is its use of actual archival and documentary footage. But Black also took some liberties with the story—here’s a rundown, so you don’t get caught revising Wikipedia with “facts” from the movie that are as real as Bernie Madoff’s money. Keep reading »

The Greatest & Gayest Headlines Of 2008

With the passing of Proposition 8, 2008 has left a bad taste in a lot of our mouths. But it would be sad to let a year full of PR triumphs for one of the hardest working and most outspoken communities slip by without acknowledging all the honors and milestones that have been achieved! So, forget the h8terade, from the death of “don’t ask, don’t tell” to the first openly gay prime time news anchor, there were a lot of wins to be proud of — just take a look at the long list of Great Gay Headlines In 2008! Keep reading »

Quickies!: Beyonce Might Not Be Having Babies Quite Yet

  • Beyonce is afraid of childbirth. Maybe she should create another alter ego named, Mama Fearless. [Shine]
  • Lindsay Lohan cozied up to Sean Penn at a private dinner for his film “Milk.” She probably longed for some peen after seeing the film’s love scenes. [Dlisted]
  • Victoria Beckham’s fashion line seems almost identical to the line from her favorite designer, Roland Mouret, who helped her set up her atelier. [Perez Hilton]
  • Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown are trying to prevent Bobby’s tell-all book from coming out. In it he describes how his ex-wife introduced him to cocaine. Now that I know this little tidbit of info, I don’t really need to read the book. [Media Takeout]
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    The Top 10 Male Nude Scenes of 2008

    Nudity expert Mr. Skin complied a list of celebrity ladies who took it all off in the name of their art this past year. From Angelina Jolie to Mena Suvari, there were some choice bare babes, but 2008 didn’t slight the men either. There was a whole lot of manhood captured for movies and even network television. Thanks to these hotties, 2008 will be remembered as the year of nude dudes! In honor of these studs, we’ve put together a list of guys who flash more than their smiles at the cameras. Here’s looking at you, boys!

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