Kegels. Any woman who has ever pushed a baby out her cooter will tell you all about how powerful exercising those muscles down there is. I had no idea the same work out worked for men. In this informative video, made by the Sexual Health Guru, Coach Kendra (who seems vanilla in yoga pants, but you know is a super freak) explains how to do it in this SFW clip. Apparently even the strongest muscle man can increase his stamina, pleasure, and even do the unthinkable — have multiple orgasms. Now you can train your man for a marathon!
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One last thing on the subject of Ellen Degeneres and her upcoming wedding to girlfriend Portia de Rossi. The talk show host had Republican Presidential hopeful, John McCain, on her show last week and asked him straight up about his views on gay marriage (he’s against gay marriage as well as civil unions). It was a civil discussion, handled well by both, but we really give Ellen a hand for asking the tough questions. Maybe she should host a debate during the election! Keep reading »
I know you’ve have all been dying to watch Square Pegs, which came out on DVD this week, and now you don’t even have to buy the DVD or add it to your Netflix queue. The Minisode Network, an online channel on Crackle, YouTube, MySpace, and a bunch of other places online, features condensed five- to seven-minute episodes of classic TV shows, and it’s adding Square Pegs to its lineup on Monday! Above is a exclusive sneak peak at one Square Pegs Minisode. In case you forgot, Square Pegs was a show on CBS in 1982 and stars Sarah Jessica Parker and Amy Linker as two teens who are desperate to fit in at Weemawee High School. It feels a lot like My So-Called Life or Freaks and Geeks but with fabulous ’80s outfits.
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The Campaign for Museums and the 24 Hour Museum recently held a survey to commemorate Museums and Galleries Month. They asked a variety of people about the greatest and worst innovations and ideas of all time. While the wheel took the top spot, with the internet close behind, equal rights for women and the pill cracked the top five. Plus, two famous feminists, Mary Wollstonecraft and Emmeline Pankhurst, also were recognized as “People in History Responsible For the Best Ideas.” Hooray! We modern women sure have accomplished a lot — from the right to vote to the right to orgasm. Speaking of which, it’s National Masturbation Month, so be sure to congratulate yourself for all you’ve achieved! [Metro UK]
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WHAT was Randy wearing on last night’s season finale of American Idol. So fashion forward (or classic?) to sport a red blazer with a white border and an ascot?!?! And I feel like I may have missed something by turning on my TV a bit late, but why are the Davids wearing matching outfits? Well, except for David Cook’s interesting choice of accessories. That necklace and pocket scarf really added something. At least Paula had some wise words for the two: “Sometimes we think it’s all about winning, but it’s the things sometimes that we lose that reminds us how truly special we are as people.” Deep. Keep reading »
Amelia wears a lot of bronzer (some might even say too much), so Trae Bodge, the creative director and founder of Three Custom Color Specialists in New York, gave her a lesson on how to look sun-kissed but natural.
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My heart literally skips a beat when I hear the opening riff to the 90210 theme song. The CW has released a promo video for the new spin-off, based totally on the original’s opening credits, and I am so so so so excited. I think we can be assured that the fashion is going to be fierce. After all, Nine-Oh did help bring flower hats, leggings, cropped baby T’s, and school girl skirts to the masses. Keep reading »
Last night’s season finale of Gossip Girl was a spectacle, and one of the more interesting plot lines was the Blair/Chuck romance. Basically, Chuck admits (to Nate) that he’s in love with Blair. He makes this sappy toast at his father and Lily’s wedding, and then he invites Blair to go to Tuscany with him on his family’s private jet. Has Chuck reformed and gone from date rapist to romantic? Well, I got really excited because I think he and Blair are really cute together, mostly because they’re both so evil, but then things went awry! Chuck’s dad tells him that taking Blair to Tuscany will change everything, and Chuck decides he’s not really ready to commit and leaves Blair to fly alone (well, with some random hot guy), and instead hits on blonde hottie Amelia. I guess some guys never change. Keep reading »
Ryan Cabrera came into my life through The Ashlee Simpson Show. I’m not gonna lie, I bought his first album. “On the Way Down” is a good song, okay? But then his hair started making him look like a werewolf, and I (and the rest of the world) tried to forget about him. Well, now Ryan’s back, and he has a new hairstyle. I can’t decide which is worse — the werewolf look or the homeless-man-who-doesn’t shower-and-also-wears-pirate-earrings look. I wonder if he went to Ashlee’s wedding with this grungy hair or if Papa Joe made him take a shower. Keep reading »