Take note: just in case you are planning to see “The Hunger Games” this weekend — I think most people are, right? — legendary sex advice columnist Dr. Ruth (yes, she’s still alive and kicking!) took to Twitter to issue a warning! She says that the flick’s violent nature makes it a bit of a boner killer. The good doctor recommends that you and your date bone before the movie. We thank her for the advice.
Kim Kardashian couldn’t sleep last night, so she decided to share this sexy Twitpic with her millions of followers. It had absolutely nothing to do with the fact that she launched her lingerie collection this week (and this looks rather airbrushed like an ad). It was a mere coincidence I’m sure. Some celebs love getting attention by posting racy photos of themselves via Twitter. Whatever, we’re not complaining! Click through to see more celeb Twitpics featuring plenty of T&A. [Huffington Post]
Occasionally, Twitter users take on a cause that isn’t just posting pictures of their cats or ruminating on the injustices of waiting in line at Shake Shack. Like today’s hashtag campaign, started by blogger and Twitter-er London Feminist. The #ididnotreport campaign (which definitely comes with a trigger warning for those who have suffered sexual assault or abuse), encourages women to share their stories of sexual assault and the reasons why they may or may not have reported their experiences. Keep reading »
Chris Kaman is the center forward for the New Orleans Hornets basketball team, apparently one of the worst teams in the league. Last night, the Hornets played against the Charlotte Bobcats, and Chris thought that he would use an age old intimidation tactic to scare his opponents: Twitter. So he posted a couple of photos of himself on the social networking site — with a dead bobcat. Gross, you say? Tacky? Totally disgusting and effed up? Yeah, that’s about right. Keep reading »