This morning, we posted the PETA ad that is too sexy to air during the Super Bowl. Well, we weren’t the only ladies discussing it. Because “The View” couldn’t air the ad before they discussed it during the Hot Topics portion of the show, Whoopi acted it out for everyone. Go to ABC.com to watch their discussion of PETA’s ad. Keep reading »
Jon Hamm is guest starring on “30 Rock” starting Feb. 5, and a clip from the episode has been released! Liz Lemon (Tina Fey) discovers she has a handsome neighbor when Dr. Drew Baird’s mail gets delivered to her by mistake. From the 39 second that have been released, we know that Dr. Baird has an ice cream maker and loves to bake. Swoon.
The line Liz utters, “I want to go to there,” is one Fey stole from her daughter, Alice. At the SAG Awards, Fey thanked Alice in her acceptance speech for coining this phrase. About 25 years from now, Alice is going to be writing, starring in, and producing a show of her own, guaranteed. Either that, or she’ll be a highly acclaimed author. The girl is writing TV dialogue at age 3! Keep reading »
Oh PETA. Always gettin’ themselves banned. Above, the commercial that WON’T run during the Superbowl, which features scantily clad women getting horny with some vegetables. Because apparently, “studies show, vegetarians have better sex.” Is that true? Anyway, I don’t really see what’s SO super hot about it, but it does continue PETA’s trend of objectifying women in order to push their don’t eat meat agenda. Whatevs. It did kind of make me want a carrot stick dunked in ranch dip.
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Sometimes I think I’ve heard it all and then something like sneezing fetishes comes across my radar and I realize I haven’t heard ANYTHING. Obviously, there technically fetishes for everything (Soup fetishists! Foot fetishists! Puke fetishists!), which is why there are so many “-philias,” but I wasn’t aware that many of these fetishes actually had resources and an audience. So, take sneezing fetishists, who are turned on by the visual and auditory results of a sneeze. Hopefully these folks aren’t trolling the cold and flu aisle at Rite-Aid, because there’s the perfect outlet on YouTube, where there’s a channel devoted to videos of people sneezing. Subscribers to this channel are hardly future ear, nose, and throat doctors, and the appreciation for the quality and authenticity of a sneeze is fascinating. Take the description accompanying the video above: “Lacey is awesome with her latest video. Flared nostrils, false starts, soft tissues sneezes and that gorgeous ‘pre-sneeze face’ A BLONDE SNEEZE DREAM!” Wow. I’m curious how much sneeze fetishists might pay a gal to sneeze on command? [via Urlesque] Keep reading »
The subject of “good hair” wasn’t given much attention in my family growing up. Hair was as good as you made it and it didn’t matter whether your hair was naturally straight or softly curly. Grooming hair, however, was a big topic and, at times, an all day affair. I remember having my hair straightened with a pressing comb the night before school pictures; and getting it cornrowed in the summer so swimming could be fun rather than a hassle; and I also remember the irreparable damage caused by a monthly relaxer. When I grew out my natural hair I felt so free and empowered. And the first time I felt the wind blowing my short locks I couldn’t help feeling excited. I can mark every major period in my life with the hairstyle I was rocking at the time. Hair for me and probably every black woman on this planet has been a major part of life, which is why I’m excited to see Chris Rock’s “Good Hair,” which just premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. Keep reading »
On last night’s episode of “Grey’s Anatomy,” a show I don’t watch, but might have to, given this particular plot twist, Dr. McSteamy broke his ween. What? You can break a penis? You sure can! Back in college I wrote a sex column for my college paper, called “Ask Betty X” and I answered this very question. So well, in fact, that I am just going to refer to my 21-year-old alter ego’s thoughts on the matter, after the jump… Keep reading »
The anti-choice organization, CatholicVote.org has put together this advertisement which argues against abortion using Obama as its proof that abortion is wrong. After all, IMAGINE THE POTENTIAL. If Barack Obama had been aborted, he would have never been President and…wait…defended Roe V. Wade. Uh, okay, whatever. Anyway, if Obama has been aborted, he wouldn’t have been President, and then the universe would be screwed, and the American people wouldn’t have a rock star hottie for a leader, so therefore abortion is wrong! But wait, let’s imagine the potential of other coulda-been-aborted people — Adolf Hitler, Osama bin Laden, Spencer Pratt…the argument goes both way, peeps. [AdFreak] Keep reading »
There were plenty of interpretations of Beyonce’s song “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It),” so it’s nice that “If I Were A Boy” is finally getting some parody love. In this video, Pinocchio ponders what it would be like to be a real boy. Keep reading »
TLC is branching out from its typical fare (“Jon & Kate Plus 8,” “17 Kids and Counting,” “Trading Spaces,” etc.) with a show that’s still family oriented, but a little more on the sexy side. With “Mother Knows Sex,” the channel will follow Patty Brisben, a Midwestern housewife, churchgoer, and mother of four, as she and her family run their business. Brisben and Co. have made millions from Pure Romance, a company that sells sex toys at Tupperware party-like gatherings at people’s homes. How does a family that works together in the sex industry get along? What is it like to discuss dildos with your mother? We’ll find out when “Mother Knows Sex” debuts Feb. 1 at 10pm EST. [AP] Keep reading »
Originally, I was a little bit mocking of the fact that Beyonce got the honor of singing the song for President and First Lady Obama’s first dance at the Inaugural Ball last night — but that woman brought it. Above, the first couple dances to Etta James’ “At Last” and Barack even throws in a twirl or two. Amazing. Keep reading »