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Star Couplings: Matthew McConaughey Awaits The Arrival Of Baby Pabst

  • Everyday there is a new reason to love Matthew McConaughey — today that reason is that supposedly the Dazed and Confused actor wants to name his baby-on-the-way after his favorite beer. He was inspired by his brother, who named his son Miller Lyte. [DListed]
  • Nineteen-year-old Julianne Hough, one of the professionals from Dancing With The Stars, told CosmoGirl! that she is saving herself for marriage. Probably not that hard to do when you’re surrounded by gay ballroom dancers all day. [DListed]
  • Ooooh, blind item alert, kind of! John Mayer issued a cryptic message on his blog yesterday, saying, “Dear Ex Lover, Perhaps you didn’t understand the last time I told you to stop contacting me, so I’ll do my best to spell it out for you. I do not wish to have you in my life anymore. I don’t know how much more clear I can be about it. It would serve you best to move on with your life and find someone who can put up with you, because I’m done trying.” So who so we think she is? Cameron? Jessica? Minka? [Us Weekly]
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    The Daily Squeeze: Contraceptives, Peaking Early, And Fake Blood

  • Teens are more likely to use contraceptives if they’re in a romantic relationship with their partner than if it’s a casual thing. This may seem illogical, but not many of the actions performed under the influence of teenage hormones make any sense. [Washington Post]
  • Some Asian women in Britain who have been sexually active are faking their virginity by lying, having their hymen restored through surgery, or using a few drops of joke shop blood. [BBC]
  • The Durex Sexual Wellbeing Survey of 26,000 people around the world found that 60 percent of those surveyed said sex is an enjoyable, vital part of life; however, only 44 percent said they were satisfied with their sex lives. Frequency of sex and sexual satisfaction peaks between ages 20 and 34, so get it while it’s hot! [UPI]
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    Puritan Pop Stars

    Over a decade after Britney claimed she was saving herself for marriage, the Jonas Brothers, a popular teeny-bopper boy band, have decided to take a vow of celibacy too. The trio of short, dark, and handsome teens told Details Magazine that they even bought rings to commemorate their commitment to chastity from Disney World and Tiffany’s. (How punk rock!) Although it’s not actually working as kryptonite for their hordes of screaming girl groupies, the Christian rockers turned pop stars, who are now owned by Disney, want to stay shining examples of purity. Their tour director, Rob Brenner, who had worked with Spears, sees abstinence as a way to keep the boys focused and grounded, while avoiding the pitfalls (i.e. drugs, pregnancy, general craziness) of other stars who make it big when they’re young. Keep reading »

    American Idol Introduces Us To Father/Son Purity Pledges

    American Idol always gives us plenty of hysterical tidbits and this year has been no different. First there’s Alexis Cohen, the 23-year old glitter covered Grace Slick fan from Pennsylvania who sounded like an old Jewish grandmother; then there’s the Simon-obsessed Renaldo Lapuz who wrote a rather catchy diddy called “I Am Your Brother”; and, lastly, there’s this guy — Bruce Dickson. Bruce is a virgin, has never kissed a girl, and is not planning to until he gets married! In fact, he and his Dad each wear one part of a purity necklace, shaped like a heart and a key. When Bruce meets that one lucky lady (who’d better be as pure as he is!), Bruce’s daddy is going to give her his necklace so that now, Bruce will have the key to her heart. So, on one hand we’re majorly creeped out — we’ve never heard of fathers and sons making purity pledges! Isn’t that kind of pervy and gay? But on the flip side, it is totally nice that the completely misogynistic and sexist traditional of father’s guarding the purity of their daughters might be on its way to becoming co-ed. [YouTube] Keep reading »

    Doctors Determine The Perfect Age To Get Laid

    Much like you suspected in high school, your Sex Ed teacher was full of…outdated information. While you were tortured with a slew of un-scientific reasons why you had to keep it in your pants until marriage, help is finally here for the next generation of blue-balled teens. A study of a cross section of Americans that began in 1996 has concluded that people who started having sex too early or too late have a much higher chance of developing sexual dysfunction. While getting laid for the first time may be over oh-so-quickly, it turns out doing it between the average ages of 17 and 22 will keep you lovin’ long time. Now maybe health class can teach what you really need to know for good long-term sexual relations — how to find the clitoris. Keep reading »

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