Olivia Munn couldn’t make it to SXSW for the premiere of her new movie “The Babymakers,” so she asked the director to read an open letter and share this photo, done up in the style of her alleged Skitch-annotated nude photos, instead. We vote awesome.
Check out Olivia Munn’s open letter accompanying the pic after the jump:
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It was a big weekend for celebrity nude pics! (No, Lindsay Lohan didn’t agree to pose for Playboy again.) Christina Hendricks and Olivia Munn both had alleged nude cell phone pics leaked online. Most of the photos feature women who at least look like Hendricks and Munn in varying states of undress; you can clearly see their faces in a few of the photos, but not in the ones that are the “raciest,” i.e. feature bare breasts and/or lady business. A few of “Olivia”‘s photos have text written on them, lewdly addressing a guy named Chris, whom some on the internet have speculated to be Chris Pine. And not that this is proof of anything, but I did have that familiar urge to motorboat upon seeing “Christina”‘s topless photo. Anyway, click through to see them all. [UPDATE: Er, not. The alleged photos of Munn were taken down.] Relatively SFW with links to NSFW versions… [via ONTD]
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Whether or not you wear or eat meat, PETA’s overtly sexualized publicity campaigns might leave a bad taste in your mouth. In addition to billboards featuring stars like Pamela Anderson and Olivia Munn going naked for the cause, the animal rights group often holds live spectacles in public places featuring attractive young women, models, or minor celebrities wearing little. For example, UK reality star Chantelle Houghton dressed up like a caged tiger in her underwear, black pumps, and body paint to protest the government’s decision not to ban wild animals on cruises. She addressed a serious issue in what looked like an ambitious sexy Halloween costume.
Whether it’s a nude girl-on-girl bath for World Water Day or a sexy pilgrim outfit for Thanksgiving, PETA has mastered the sexualized-woman-as-activism genre. Take a look at some of the most recent public displays and tell me if you think potentially objectifying women is worth the attention it brings to animals. Read more…
That geeky girl in the floral prints and glasses from “Blossom” is dishing out sex advice? Damn, I must be old. Yes, Mayim Bialik has plenty to say about sex and she is dishing it out on Kveller.com, a Jewish parenting web site. With baby-making on the brain, Mayim quotes the Torah on waiting seven days, plus an additional five, for a woman’s most fertile time. It’s all part of being a good Jew, you see. ”Judaism loves love. We love sex. We are told it is a mitzvah to make love and to especially make love on Shabbat, when God’s presence is close,” Mayim explains. “A woman’s right to sexual satisfaction is detailed in her ketubah, her marriage contract, independent of pregnancy.” Keep reading »
Carl’s Jr. has decided to take a different approach for their new ad campaign, rather than their usual hot girl in bikini sexily chomps on an oversized hamburger fare. Well, kind of. In this new spot, Carl’s Jr. employees state their beliefs about burgers. Things start off non-sexy, but then cue the butt shot of a model with a burger in her hand. “We believe in putting hot models in our commercials because ugly ones don’t sell burgers,” a faux employee says. Next, another one explains, “We believe in celebrity endorsements because we like to hang out with celebrities and ride water motorcycles.” Cut to Olivia Munn in a string bikini on a waterski next to Kareem Abdul Jabar. Overall, it’s pretty hilarious. Keep reading »
“You can’t trust a girl who doesn’t eat junk food. If a girl doesn’t eat junk food, she’ll probably sleep with your boyfriend.”
– Olivia Munn, arguably a little tipsy when she co-hosted “Today” with Hoda Kotb yesterday, on women you shouldn’t trust around your man. ["The Today Show" Tumblr] Keep reading »
Lately, my look is what you might call “hobo with pms”-inspired. I’ve been working from home, which means I sit around in sweats all day. On the weekends, when I venture out to make contact with society, I can’t deal with the thought of putting on high-heels or an uncomfortable blouse that requires readjusting every two minutes. That’s why I freaking love the outfit Olivia Munn is sporting on a recent casual stroll. Every item she’s wearing — from cozy cardigan to the flat boots — is comfortable, yet streamlined. She looks completely put together, while not trying too hard. Find out how to get the look, after the jump… Keep reading »