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Saturday, January 23, 2016

(Sewers of Paris) Hangout!

It's a Sewers of Paris live video chat! Featuring past guest Brady Ginn an future-guest Aedan Roberts, talking about the entertainment that we love and the strong female characters who inspire us: Bea Arthur; Designing Women; Raja and Ben DeLaCreme from RuPaul's Drag Race; Murder She Wrote; Murphy Brown and Paul Reubens; Buffy; My So-Called Life and Claire Danes; Daria, and so much more.

We also spend some time making fun of my beard. I think I'm ok with that.

Thursday, April 16, 2015

DEBUT! (SketchShe) Baby Got BACK In The Back!

Baby got BACK (in the back seat of the Sketchshe Suzuki!)
Road tripping - Sir Mix-a-lot and Ms Minaj style!

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Sunday, September 16, 2012

(LIST) 9 Celebs Playboy Rejected!

Difficult as this may be to believe, Playboy is apparently not as entranced by newly-legal child bride Courtney Stodden as her 52-year-old hubby is: Stodden has been lobbying for a spread now that she's 18, but the magazine reportedly rejected her because she's been overly "enhanced." The Frisky lists eight more celebs who suffered the same insult:
  • Kate Gosselin: Hugh Hefner apparently doesn't like her any more than the rest of us do, responding emphatically, "No! No!" when asked if the reality star might ever make an appearance.
  • Kelly Osbourne: Man, Hef really doesn't have a filter. When Osbourne said she might want to get naked for Playboy, he responded, "I can't see it happening somehow; we don't airbrush to that extent."
  • Britney Spears: Back in her shaved-head phase, a rep said that Hef would be happy to put Britney in his magazine … "once she can put herself back on the road to recovery." If that's not incentive to get some help, there's none out there.
Click for the entire list, including the most surprising entrant—one of Hef's own girlfriends…

Monday, July 23, 2012

(LIST) 9 Actresses Who Think They're Just Too Hot!

Poor, poor Scarlett Johansson: She's so attractive, her looks have actually kept her from certain roles, she said recently. "That has happened to me before," she said. "That’s always an unfortunate thing." And she's not the only one with this terribly sad problem: Celebuzz rounds up eight more actresses who are just too darn good-looking:
  • Megan Fox: Someone once told her she was "too beautiful to get a part," to which she ranted, "That's bulls***. If I weren't attractive, I wouldn't be working at all."
  • Jessica Alba: She started off her career as a "sexy, tough action girl," Alba once said, and now wants to move past that image: "I hope all my new work will help producers in getting past my hotness."
  • Charlize Theron: After the Devil's Advocate director told her she was too sexy, she "went back in with no makeup and dirty hair" to win the part "fair and square," she said.
Click for the full list.

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

FUNNY: Sh*t Black Girls Say!

The follow-up to 'Sh*t Girls Say' and 'Sh*t Gay Guys Say'.

CHANGES: Dallas Mavericks Owner Expects Gay NBA Player Within 5 Years, Likely Before a Female Coach!

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban told TMZ yesterday that he expects to see an openly gay player before a woman coach, probably within the next three to five years, the Dallas Voice reports

CubanSaid Cuban: I don’t think there’s really the perception that we are intolerant. I think the only issues we’ve had is with some fallback and some old-school type language that’s derogatory to gays. So there are certain words that I think were accepted five or 10 ten years ago that guys are starting to recognize you can’t use any longer, and that hasn’t been a problem. So I think it will be more of a media sensation when somebody comes out than it will be a player issue.

Saturday, December 17, 2011

SAY WHAT? 'Sh*t Girls Say' and its Immediate Parody 'Sh*t Gay Guys Say!

A viral hit and its gay parody!

New Hotel Trend: Women-Only Rooms!

In the new trend among high-end hotels, men need not apply. The ritzy Dukes in London is the latest to experiment with women-only rooms, notes Katy Holland at Aol. The idea is to cater to single females or women traveling in groups, and the no-boys-allowed rule applies even to the hotel staff that caters to the rooms. The Naumi in Singapore and Premier in New York City have similar offers, though a Denmark government agency recently ordered the Bella Sky in Copenhagen to stop offering women-only floors.

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

XPOSED: LiLo Posing in Playboy for $1M!

It's a long way from The Parent Trap. Tabloid regular and occasional actress Lindsay Lohan is heading to the pages of Playboy magazine—for close to $1 million, reports TMZ. The famous girlie mag apparently offered $750,000, but LiLo wanted a full $1 million. She didn't get that much, but apparently she's getting pretty close to it. No one on either side is confirming yet, but TMZ says the shoot already began last weekend.

Thursday, October 13, 2011

OFFENSIVE: Urban Outfitters' 'Vulgar' Navajo Collection Attacked!

Urban Outfitters might have thought it was getting all back to the land with its "Navajo" collection of kitschy clothing and accessories. But a Native American woman is angry about the campaign, which she say disrespects her heritage. Sasha Houston Brown, 24, of Minneapolis, has fired off a letter to the CEO calling the "inauthentic" offerings "cheap, vulgar, and culturally offensive." Some of the products the trendy retailer sells include the "Navajo Hipster Panty" and the "Navajo Print Fabric Wrapped Flask," notes ABC News.

The chachkas "make a mockery of our identity and unique cultures," Brown writes. Urban Outfitters hasn't responded to Brown. But a spokesman told ABC that the company is sticking to its guns. "The Native American-inspired trend and specifically the term 'Navajo' have been cycling thru fashion, fine art, and design for the last few years," he said. "We currently have no plans to modify or discontinue any of these products." Brown claims the products are not only offensive, but may be illegal under the Federal Trade Commission and Federal Indian Arts and Crafts Act. "It's illegal to sell any art or craft product in a manner that falsely suggests it is Indian produced, an Indian product, or the product of a particular Indian or Indian tribe," she said.

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

NOT PROTECTED: Contraceptive Shot May Double HIV Risk!

Alarming new research out of eastern and southern Africa, where both unplanned pregnancies and AIDS wreak havoc: The most popular contraceptive used by women there appears to double their risk of contracting HIV—and if a woman already has HIV, it doubles her risk of transmitting it to her partner compared to women who use no contraception. The study centers around a hormone shot given once every three months, which is the best contraception available in Africa today, one expert tells the New York Times: “If it is now proven that these contraceptions are helping spread the AIDS epidemic, we have a major health crisis on our hands.”

The fate posed by unplanned pregnancies is often no better: Hundreds of thousands of African women suffer injuries, bleeding, infection, or death in childbirth. Worse, the study also found that pregnancy itself doubles the risk of contracting or transmitting HIV, meaning women could still face the same increased risk should they decide to stop taking the hormone shot. In light of the study, WHO will meet in January to re-evaluate its contraceptive recommendations. The reason for the increased risk is not clear, though researchers essentially ruled out the possibility that decreased condom use was a factor.

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

SCARY: Woman Gets Uniboob in Botched Surgery!

In the 48 states where doctors don't need to be certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgeons to perform plastic surgery, unwary patients run the risk of ending up like Dinora Rodriguez, experts warn. The 40-year-old woman was left with a merged "uniboob" by an uncertified surgeon who had incorrectly told her that her breast implants needed to be repaired. Rodriguez, the face of the board's latest safety campaign, was also left with eyes that won't fully close after the surgeon performed a "lid lift" procedure that she hadn't requested.

The uncertified surgeon "cut across muscles you should never cut across," the surgeon who performed reconstructive surgery on Rodriguez tells ABC, noting that botched plastic surgeries are on the rise because unqualified surgeons are seeking to boost their income by offering cosmetic procedures. "The crazy thing is that for every Dinora that goes to the media there are at least 100 patients who don't speak up because they are ashamed."

Sunday, September 11, 2011

WHO KNEW? Women's Orgasms Exist Because...!

Turns out there is a unique reason for the female orgasm... but nobody knows what it is yet. The latest foray into female ecstasy involved asking about 10,000 pairs of opposite-sex siblings and twins about their sexual habits. The upshot: Most of the girls had no similarity with their boy counterparts in terms of susceptibility to orgasm. 

Scientists in Australia and Finland say this means that the female orgasm serves a unique evolutionary purpose, New Scientist reports. Why? One popular theory is that female orgasms are an evolutionary by-product from the male—you know, like nipples are on men. If boy-girl siblings and twins had a similar susceptibility to orgasm, that would have established a genetic(or artificial) Male-female connection and bolstered the by-product theory. So if this study is accurate—and not all experts are on board—then scientists can return to other theories, like the notion that orgasms give gals a reproductive boost.

Friday, April 22, 2011

SEX: Now at Your Local Drugstore: Vibrators!

Vibrators used to be confined to seedy stores or websites, but nowadays you can find them right next to the tampons at your local Walgreens, and women are increasingly open about purchasing the sex toys—and sharing them with partners. Consumers "kept telling us vibrators, vibrators. And we just laughed. And then we realized they were serious," says a VP for Trojan, which actually managed to get its vibrator commercial aired on TV.

A Durex brand manager agrees: Sales of that company's vibrators are up 60% over the past six months, and "consumers are definitely not shy about this kind of purchase in the retail environment,” he tells the New York Times. Sex and the City is partially to thank for this increased level of "women's sexual comfort," notes Dr. Laura Berman, and she is just one of many who is happy about it: "Women are getting less and less caught up on an unrealistic and puritanical vision of what a good girl is. When they can embrace their self-stimulation, they can take ownership of their sexuality.”

Idea: Why not make a Vibrating Tampon?

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Is Amelia Earhart's Saliva the Key to Her Whereabouts?

Last year, researchers may have found one of Amelia Earhart’s bones—and this year, another group might be able to match that bone to Earhart, using, of all things, the missing aviator’s spit. Scientists will attempt to harvest DNA from the saliva found on four letters Earhart sent to family members, and from that create a DNA profile they can then compare to the bone to determine whether it is actually Earhart’s, National Geographic reports.

The letters were chosen because of their personal nature, thus making it more likely they were actually sealed by Earhart, but any DNA samples harvested will be tested against DNA of Earhart’s relatives to confirm it came from her. A geneticist who is not working on the project says the method “sounds reasonable,” but will be challenging: Two kinds of DNA must be harvested in order to create the profile, and scientists will need to find “quite a bit of DNA” in order to succeed. One neat fact: People in that era generally opened envelopes on the side, with the aid of a letter opener, so the original seals on Earhart's envelopes remain intact.
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