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Star Couplings: Matthew McConaughey’s Baby Boy Makes His Magazine Debut

  • Cooter Adonis, er, Levi Alves McConaughey is on the cover of OK with his parents Matthew and Camila. Cute. [Perez Hilton]
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    Elisabeth Hasselbeck Doesn’t Realize Masturbation Is Sex With The One You Love

    This really is no surprise but super uptight couch sister, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, from The View, says she wouldn’t be pleased if her husband watched porn. And she sure as hell wouldn’t ever use a vibrator because she wants the intimacy of lovemaking with her husband more than anything. Honey, what about when he’s making treks around the country playing football games? Don’t you ever get a little horny and need to attend to some maintenance? Between pedicures you still pumice the soles of your feet (or some other ridiculous metaphor), right? Keep reading »

    Star Couplings: Chris Martin Wants To Bang

  • Coldplay’s Chris Martin wants to be the guy that “everybody bangs.” We can’t give you everybody, Chris, but will Gwyneth Paltrow do? [Us Weekly]
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    Quick Pic: Who Is Chasing Kate Hudson?

    She does an excellent job of running down stairs in heels. [On the way to a taping of The View, New York City, 6/11/08] Keep reading »

    Decode My Dream: Naked On The View

    Have you ever dreamed that you slept with your father? Or rode a mechanical bull while a coworker watched? We have and were disturbed for months. Fortunately, dreams don’t always mean what you think they do, and having sex with your father is nothing to worry about, so long as it only happens in your subconscious. Here, we ask psychologist Veronica Tonay, Ph.D. to decode your crazy dreams each and every week, so that you can sleep at night, and dream some more.

    THE DREAM IN QUESTION: I was a guest co-host on The View. I had to go on in 30 seconds, but I was naked and wasn’t wearing any makeup. And Rosie (yes, I realize she’s no longer on the show) was like, “GET ON SET OR ELSE!” I was terrified. —In The Nude On National TV, New York, NY Keep reading »

    Tyra Banks: Crazy Like A Fox

    Saying Tyra Banks is crazy is just redundant. After all those seasons of the Surreal Life, everyone must know by now that it takes a well-crafted level of “look at me” to make it in the biz. And in true celeb form, Tyra, the diva of drama queens, who screams all her lines like she’s getting slashed in a B horror movie, wants to be the gravitational pull of public attention. Whether she’s spooning Sherri Shepard on The View or showing off her model moves, she’s always doing something you have to watch like you’re rubbernecking a highway accident. Unfortunately, in the media lately, she’s been made out to be a more of a car wreck than she deserves. She’s just a TV personality people! So we here at the Frisky just want to stand by our loud and proud lady. We respect a woman, let alone a model, with a burgeoning career in her 30’s. And we’re super psyched about her new CW reality TV show which will be based on one of our fav movies The Devil Wears Prada. So go on with your so bad it’s good self Ty Ty, we’ll be watching you compete in America’s Next Top Oprah! Keep reading »

    Sherri Shephard Thinks Little Boys Are Just One Princess Skirt Away From Homo-Land

    While Elisabeth Hasselbeck is off on maternity leave, Sherri Shephard is The View‘s lone resident conservative and on yesterday’s episode of the hen house peck fest, guest Melina Kanakaredes brought up a rather innocent topic which led to a whole discussion about transgender teens. Kanakaredes said her young son was playing an imagination dress up game at his preschool recently and wanted to wear a dress — she expressed that this wasn’t something she had a problem with at all and was glad the teacher didn’t make an issue out of it either. Shephard felt very differently, asserting that she would have told the teacher to not allow him to do such a thing because “dresses are for girls not boys.” Barbara Walters was right to point out that a toddler playing make believe is a far cry from a teenage boy dressing in drag every day (something that might warrant a son-parent conversation), but Shephard was unrelenting in her opinion. But where do you stand? Do you think that there’s any harm in kids innocently experimenting with gender roles during playtime? And doesn’t this prove that gender roles in general are just learned behavior anyway? Letting your 3 year old son wear a skirt isn’t going to make him gay, but even if it did, would that be such a disaster? Weigh in with your opinion in the comments. Keep reading »

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