Topic: Zac Efron

Zac Efron Provides a Compelling Visual Argument Against the Mustache

Zac Efron Provides a Compelling Visual Argument Against the Mustache

You know, I’ve always been against the resurgence of the mustache. In its rebirth, it has never been serious, never manly, like it was back in the ’70s. It has only been ridiculous, an embarrassment to our generation.

But as evidenced by the faces of men from Brooklyn to Silver Lake, my wishes to see the mustache not reappear have not been taken seriously, and the ‘stache is now a prominent accessory on many a male upper lip. More »

Vogue Was the First Stop on the Teresa Palmer Awareness Campaign Tour

Vogue Was the First Stop on the Teresa Palmer Awareness Campaign Tour

In last month’s inaugural edition of Shut Up Vogue, I pointed out that Vogue was using some random Australian actress in a photoshoot instead of a model. Vogue – at least the American edition – has never had a problem with using actresses instead of models, but they usually choose ones you’ve heard of. I should have known something was up with the selection of Palmer, though. More »

Gallery: 10 Reasons Why No-Shave November Should Not Exist

Gallery: 10 Reasons Why No-Shave November Should Not Exist

Both women’s and men’s health awareness is important. Finding a cure for prostate cancer is just as important as finding a cure for breast cancer and people should be aware of that. But here’s the problem: No-Shave November as the awareness campaign for men’s health, is not the way to do it. Facial hair (and I mean, thick, bushy, itchy facial hair … scruff is ok to an extent) is nasty. And what’s even worse is when guys who have difficulties growing facial hair try and practice no-shave November. No one likes to see patchy peach fuzz on a grown man. More »

Gallery: Celebrities Who Need a Scandal

Gallery: Celebrities Who Need a Scandal

Celebrity scandals are awesome. They’re great conversation starters and just good old fashion entertainment. I love me a DUI arrest or a pregnancy out of wedlock because well, it makes celebrities real and vulnerable. They’re just like us! But some celebs tend to burn out their scandal privileges and it just makes them sad. I’m tired of Lindsay in rehab. I’m tired of everyone all up in Britney’s business. I’m especially tired of hearing about Ashton and Demi. What I’m looking for is a celebrity that I actually like to dip his or her toes in the hot waters of immorality. I’m not asking for said celebrity to ruin his or her career. I just want to hear that James Franco ISN’T perfect. But I won’t ever hear that and so he will forever remain a flawless, talented, beautiful and brilliant artist. But I have a few more plausible ideas of who we should let their hair down, step into the spotlight and maybe do some cocaine. And get caught. More »