Summer came and went faster than my sunscreen did settle. But thankfully, with the new season comes the return of some amazing TV.
Here at The Frisky, we want to know which returning September TV shows have you camping out in front of your flatscreen with a big ol’ bowl of popcorn. All you have to do to is rank your first, second and third picks by scrolling through the shows below and clicking on your top three faves. Keep reading »
Ohh, the C-word. We’ve had many discussions about how it’s used, why it’s used, where it came from and whether or not it’s offensive, but this morning, one Miley Cyrus helped propel the word “cunt” back into the spotlight.
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Let’s take a minute to talk about Miley Cyrus, shall we?
With a performance so uncomfortable it rivals that of the bride who grinded down the aisle to Buckcherry’s “Crazy Bitch,” Miley’s jaw-dropping VMAs stunt left parents covering the eyes of their children and grown adults glaring with disapproval as they watched in awe.
It’s safe to say the twerkin’ pop star’s performance ruffled more than a few feathers, but there’s something to be said about the fact that we’re still talking about it days later. Wasn’t that the point? Keep reading »
White, in cotton, linen and lace, is everywhere at the moment. Whether you’re Maria Menounous filming on the streets of NYC, or Olivia Wilde hanging at the Chateau Marmont, white feels perfectly feminine and summery. We’ve found five celebs sporting white looks this week (from left to right): Maria Menounos, Eva Longoria, Padma Lakshmi, Ireland Baldwin, and Olivia Wilde. But which look is your fave?
Let’s talk about Sydney Leathers for a minute. Sydney Leathers is a LOT of things, but is she a bad person?
This woman has made some choices that I don’t agree with— carrying on a sexting affair with a very married Anthony Weiner (ew), capitalizing on her newfound attention by releasing a hardcore masturbation porno, penning an article for xoJane.com about “How to Seduce a Politician,” to name a few.
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A survey done in the UK found that only 35 percent of people wash their sex toys after every use. More than half of the participants said they washed their toys “regularly” and 12 percent, clearly not germophobes, admitted to never cleaning them. OK. That’s just gross. The company that ran this survey found the results “quite worrying given the risk of bacterial infection.” Apparently, we should be washing our toys after every use. Keep reading »