This week, Jen sits things out while we play a carb-centric game of WBD with a very special guest: the amazing Ms. Julie Klausner.
Julie was kind enough to take time out of her busy schedule–she’s got a brand new book out called Art Girls Are Easy–to come by and discuss the pros and cons of fucking/marrying/and killing some classic carbohydrates: a baguette, a bowl of pasta and a basket of French fries. We managed to avoid any and all jokes about the baguette’s phallic qualities, too! More
While we’re certainly more congratulatory toward (and in sheer admiration of) Angelina Jolie, we’re also sending Brad Pitt numerous smiles, thumbs-ups and high-fives. More
Neither of PeTA’s sexiest vegans is Pamela Anderson, because she’s not a vegan. But doesn’t she look good in a cabbage bikini? More
I really, really, really do not buy for a single second that male virgins are the best ever at sex. I don’t believe it no matter how hard Game of Thrones wants to push that idea. More
During my almost five-year career as a sex worker, I have experienced work-related fear exactly twice. The first time was at the very beginning of my adventures in the sex industry, when Grant, the gentleman I got my revenge on last week, outed me to my mother.
The second time was two weeks ago when I got arrested. More
If everyone is doing it, then everyone should take a class in it. More
According to our friends at HowAboutWe, the day after Mother’s Day is the most popular day for women to commit adultery. Huh! How about that. More
Would you be cool with letting a friend borrow your dildo? More
Is it kind of absolutely insane to anybody else that two people who met on a reality show are still together ten years down the road? And that we still have this type of show going?
We are all awful, and so, so responsible. More
One of the things that seemed nicest about NBA star Jason Collins‘ coming out was the fact that everyone seemed incredibly supportive. It was not always such. More
When I first read that two dogs had gotten married in a $750 ceremony, I legitimately thought, “That is the cheapest wedding I’ve ever heard of!” Then I remembered that these were not people. These were dogs. I don’t know why they were concerned that if their children were bastards they would not properly inherit property (that is the point of weddings, yes?) but I guess that was sensible of them. I don’t know what they have. They could have really good chew toys. More
A while ago, we figured out “What your favorite engagement ring says about you” and, let’s be honest, what we really figured out was that I have the best taste. Today we’re going to figure out what your favorite wedding dress says about you. And next week your favorite flower arrangements, and then favorite wedding ice sculptures, and so on, and so forth, forever! More
Looking back, it feels like the 1940’s were divided into two different eras: one when women were desperate for the men to come home from the war, and one the men who finally came home.
The depression was finally over! But from 1939 to 1945, rationing was in and guys were out (of the country). Eligible men were shipped off to war, and women were left to either run the household, or live in their parents’ home praying that her boyfriend returned home safely. If and when they ever came back, there weren’t enough single men to go around! All’s fair in love and war, girls. Here’s what dating was like in the 40s…
Margaret Cho didn’t just imply John Travolta was gay (as has long been rumored) she flat out claimed he was gay. Really gay. She was extremely forthright about the topic in her recent Australian tour. Cho remarked that: More