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We’ll Never Know Who January Jones’ Baby Daddy Is And We Can Thank Jack Nicholson For That

January's Baby Daddy
Amelia has a conspiracy theory on who January Jones' baby daddy is. Read More »
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January Jones Style Stealer
The "Mad Men" actress is black, white, and red all over. Read More »
January And Liam?!
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Get the deets on the alleged makeout sesh... Read More »

“That’s my son’s business … It’s not the public’s business. Jack Nicholson once told me: ‘You should never give your personal life away, otherwise people will pick you apart. They’ll never believe in your character.’ Women should have lots of secrets. It’s our right to have secrets. Otherwise, what would we write in our memoirs?”

– January Jones responds to being asked who the father of 20-month-old Xander is in her New York Times profile. Now I’m thinking is Jack Nicholson is the father, which would make for a great memoir.  [NYTimes]

4 Quotes From RuPaul’s New York Times Interview That Blew My Mind

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RuPaul Gets Deep
"Look underneath the hood."

The New York Times’ Marcus Mabry scored an interview with my idol, RuPaul Charles. Obvs, I’m totally jealous. But I can put my feelings aside and say that this video has further solidified Ru’s status as my Life Hero. The “Drag Race” star talked about many interesting subjects including counter culture, gay icons, LGBTQ rights and his new single, “Lick It,” featuring Lady Bunny. But that doesn’t do the interview justice. There’s some seriously deep shit going on under his wig (or in this case, his cowboy hat). After the jump a few things he said that I would like to kiki about with him further with him over a plate of Tic Tacs. Ru, call me. Please. Keep reading »

Quiz: Real E-Book Or Fake? Answers Revealed!

Earlier today, we shared a bunch of book titles and synopses. Some of them were real, but many, many others were fake. Could you figure out which ones were actual books and which ones Winona and I totally made up? The answers are after the jump! Keep reading »

Quiz: New York Times E-Book Best Seller Or Completely Made Up Book?

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Carved Book Art
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A friend turned us on to the fact that there are tons of people self-publishing e-books now, and more than a few self-published e-books that have made it to the top of the New York Times e-book bestseller list, a rather impressive feat, considering these books are largely published without any real public relations support. We took a look at the e-book list and picked a bunch of our fave titles and synopses — and then we came up with our own. Can you tell which is a New York Times bestseller and which is a totally made up title? Only seven of these are real, so mark your answers and then check back with us at 5 p.m. EST when we reveal the results! Keep reading »

New York Times Needed Some Help Writing Headlines

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  • The New York Times changed their online headline on this story from “sex charges” to “sexual assault charges” after getting slammed on Twitter. The piece was about the Morehouse student athletes who have been accused of sexual assault. [New York Times]
  • A young Afghani woman was shot dead in front of 300 people by her father for “dishonoring” her family. [Amnesty UK]
  • On Babes At The Museum, a web site of attractive women who frequent art museums. [Gallerist NY]
  • Members of a Cal State San Marcos sorority dressed up like Latina gang members (“cholas”) because I guess that’s funny? [Clutch Magazine]
  • Our Hitched columnist Andrea Grimes on how Texas is seeking to further restrict minors’ access to abortion. [RH Reality Check]
  • The pros and cons of abandoning the word “feminist.” [The Atlantic] Keep reading »

Sexism Fail: NY Times Remembers NASA Jet Propulsion Scientist As “World’s Best Mom”

Girl Discovers Dinosaur
New dinosaur species named after 9yo girl who discovered it. Read More »
Science Explains Cute
Xiao Liwu panda
We like cute animals because they remind us of human babies. Read More »
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Yvonne Brill, 88, died last week in New Jersey. According to her New York Times obituary, which ran on Saturday, her standout accomplishments were the eight years she took off from work to raise her three children, the way she followed her husband from job to job, and her “mean beef stroganoff” recipe.

Oh, yeah, and she was also a pioneering rocket scientist for NASA who invented the jet propulsion system that keeps satellites orbiting properly. In 2011, Brill received the National Medal of Technology and Innovation from President Obama. You know, no biggie. Keep reading »

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