Today in news that’s exactly zero percent shocking, the Journal for Creative Behavior released a study that tells you nothing you didn’t already know about what men and women find sexy. The study, done by a University of Pennsylvania professor, interviewed 815 male and female undergraduates and asked them to rank various creative pursuits on a scale of 1 (sexually unattractive) to 5 (sexually attractive). Needless to say, men didn’t rank a woman’s love of computer skills as high on their list. So what do men find sexy? Keep reading »
It appears that Nick Jonas’s main expertise these days is grabbing his crotch on camera, which is obviously OK by us. Well, especially Amelia. I wasn’t that impressed by the still photos of his Mark Wahlberg homage that he’s as panty-droppingly sexy as she thinks he is, but I’m a little more convinced by an actual video of him grabbing his crotch. I like his speaking voice, what can I say? Keep reading »
I think everyone goes through a phase where they fantasize about changing their name. For instance, when I was four, I was hellbent on becoming Ali Angelowicz, which is absurd considering how similar it is to my actual name. My mom played along and called me Ali for a week and eventually, the novelty wore off and I wanted my old name back.
Sheila Ranea Crabtree, of Licking County, OH (she declined to reveal her age, but she appears to be fully grown), is still hung up on her “ugly” birth name. “I absolutely hate it,” she told The Columbus Dispatch. That’s why, on February 11th, Crabtree will petition a local judge to legally change her name to “Sexy.”
“I wear Victoria’s Secret clothes all the time. I was like, ‘Shoot, I’ll just go for Sexy,’” explained Crabtree.
Fair enough. Keep reading »
The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show won’t air on television until December 10, so if you’re the type of person that likes to see the looks live for the first time (do those people exist?), SPOILER ALERT. Sexiness is in the eye of the beholder, to be certain, but if these over-the-top outfits are the brand’s idea of sexy, well, all’s fair in lingerie and war. This year’s themes were “British Invasion,” “Birds of Paradise,” “Parisian Nights,” “Shipwrecked,” “Snow Angels,” and “PINK Network.” Sure, fine, but let’s see how they did!
Here are just 13 of the many, many VS looks that made us go, what? …
Victoria’s Secret is not happy with model Kylie Bisutti. Earlier this week, Bisutti, who says she left modeling to focus on her Christianity, says she was harshly treated by the lingerie brand. After winning a VS Angel modeling competition in 2009, Bisutti says she was floored by the way the brand treated women. Now she’s written a novel called I’m No Angel, which chronicles her VS days. On Wednesday, The New York Post ran an excerpt from Angel, in which Bisutti details how she “felt like a piece of meat.” Keep reading »
Sure, “sexy” is highly subjective. And if you like any or all of the lingerie found in this gallery, go wild. I just happen to think some of it looks highly painful/questionable/ridiculous. Click through and decide.